Symposium

S02: Architectured Materials: Traits and Perspectives

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TopicS: Structural Materials

Architectured materials, or archimats, are defined as materials whose properties are determined by their inner make-up, including composition and internal structure, at a length scale intermediate between the microstructural scale and the specimen dimensions. Architecturing provides an extra ‘degree of freedom’ in materials design. Even entirely dissimilar materials can be combined to an archimat in this way, thus delivering new functionalities not possible with traditional materials design. The field has reached a degree of maturity that warrants a dedicated symposium under the MSE Conference umbrella.

The symposium will focus on the following themes:

  • Applying the archimat strategy to reconcile conflicting properties and achieve new functionalities;
  • Hierarchical materials architectures in Nature;
  • Design of archimats using Machine Learning methods;
  • Engineering applications of archimats; 
  • Responsive structures and actuators;

Lecture S02: Architectured Materials: Traits and Perspectives
WEB 3D Metamaterials: Recent Progress

Prof. Dr. Martin Wegener

Lecture S02: Architectured Materials: Traits and Perspectives
WEB High Pressure Torsion - Taking advantage of shear localization

Dr. Andrea Bachmaier Dr. Karoline Kormout Prof. Reinhard Pippan Dr. Anton Hohenwarter Dr. Stefan Wurster

Lecture S02: Architectured Materials: Traits and Perspectives
WEB Studying structure-property relationships of bone on the nano- and microscale

Dr. Jakob Schwiedrzik Daniele Casari Cinzia Peruzzi Tatiana Kochetkova Dr. Rajaprakash Ramachandramoorthy Prof. Dr. Michel Calame Prof. Dr. Edoardo Mazza Prof. Dr. Philippe Zysset Dr. Johann Michler

Lecture S02: Architectured Materials: Traits and Perspectives
3D configuration and mechanical properties of the helically architectured hybrid materials processed by High Pressure Torsion Extrusion

Dayan Nugmanov Dr. Roman Kulagin Dr. Olivier Perroud Prof. Laszlo TOTH Prof. Horst Hahn

Poster S02: Architectured Materials: Traits and Perspectives
Hierarchical nanostructured aluminum alloy-coated micro-architectured materials and their mechanical properties

Ph.D. Lizi Cheng Dr. Ge Wu Prof. Jian LU

Lecture S02: Architectured Materials: Traits and Perspectives
Nanoglasses – news from the amorphous state

Prof. Dr. Horst Hahn Dr. Harsha Sree Nandam Dr. Reda Chellali

Lecture S02: Architectured Materials: Traits and Perspectives
Natural architectured materials and mechanical adaptation

Prof. Dr. Peter Fratzl

Lecture S02: Architectured Materials: Traits and Perspectives
Realizing three-dimensional chiral metamaterials with tailored macroscopic behaviour

Patrick Ziemke Dr. Yi Chen Vincent Hahn Tobias Frenzel Pascal Kiefer Jonathan Schneider Prof. Martin Wegener Prof. Peter Gumbsch

Lecture S02: Architectured Materials: Traits and Perspectives
Strong, stiff and tough diamond/metal laminate

Yang Xuan Timo Fromm Dr. Stefan M. Rosiwal Prof. Dr. Karsten Durst

Lecture S02: Architectured Materials: Traits and Perspectives
Using cluster analysis for design of architectured materials

Dr. Roman Kulagin Prof. Yan Beygelzimer Artem Schumilin Prof. Peter Gumbsch Dr. Brigitte Baretzky Prof. Yuri Estrin

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