Symposium

F04: High-Temperature Functional Materials

Belongs to:
TopicF: Functional Materials, Surfaces, and Devices

High-temperature processes in energy conversion, industrial production and transportation cause primarily anthropogenic CO2 emissions and are, therefore, subject of further improvements with respect to increased operation temperature, life time and efficiency. The symposium focuses on the close relationship between functionality of high-temperature materials and operation principles above 350 °C. The presentation of new materials and functions will be especially acknowledged. Recent results on high-temperature materials related to their preparation, characterization and application including disclosure of atomistic transport processes are requested. Contributions should include but are not limited to:

  • Novel and emergent materials for fuel cells, turbines and combustion systems
  • Materials for gas, pressure and temperature sensors
  • Actor and sensor materials and integrated sensor actor systems
  • Active piezoelectric and electronic structures 
  • Functional coatings including catalysts
  • Compatibility of functional materials

Lecture F04: High-Temperature Functional Materials
WEB High-temperature oxidation resistance of Ti2AlC MAX phase based systems

Dipl.-Ing. Sylvain Badie Prof. Dr. Robert Vaßen Prof. Dr. Olivier Guillon Prof. Dr. Jesus Gonzalez-Julian

Lecture F04: High-Temperature Functional Materials
WEB Synthesis of mullite whiskers in Na2SO4 flux

Amanmyrat Abdullayev Dr. Maged Bekheet Prof. Dr. Aleksander Gurlo

Lecture F04: High-Temperature Functional Materials
Correlation of nonstoichiometry and electrical conductivity of thin-film Ce1-xZrxO2-δ solid solutions

Dr. Iurii Kogut Carsten Steiner Alexander Wollbrink Prof. Dr. Ralf Moos Prof. Dr. Holger Fritze

Lecture F04: High-Temperature Functional Materials
Long-Term Stability of AlN Thickness-Shear Mode Resonators

Dr. Iurii Kogut Ivan Gamov Dr. Carsten Hartmann Dr. Klaus Irmscher Prof. Dr. Matthias Bickermann Prof. Dr. Holger Fritze

Lecture F04: High-Temperature Functional Materials
Metrological facilities for thermophysical properties measurements at very high temperature

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Hartmann Dr. B. Hay Dr. N. FLEURENCE Dr. R. RAZOUK Dr. K. Anhalt Dr. S. Sarge Dr. J. Wu Dr. N. MILOSEVIC Dr. M. CATALDI Dr. C. LORRETTE K. Knopp Dr. K. BOBORIDIS Dr. J. MANARA Dr. S. VidiB Dr. P. PICHLER Dr. T. DENNER

Lecture F04: High-Temperature Functional Materials
Molecular Flow Modelling for pressure determination by a new nanobalance system under zero gravity

Dr. David Henriques Prof. Dr. Holger Fritze Dr. Michal Schulz Prof. Dr. Torsten Markus

Lecture F04: High-Temperature Functional Materials
Self-healing of creep-induced damage in a ternary Fe-3Au-4W alloy

Ph.D. Yifan Fu Prof. Dr. Sybrand van der Zwaag Dr. Niels van Dijk

Lecture F04: High-Temperature Functional Materials
Thermal process monitoring for additive manufacturing

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Hartmann D. Ochs P. Lenski Prof. Dr. A. Versch Prof. Dr. A. Schiffler A. Winterstein Dr. J. Manara

Lecture F04: High-Temperature Functional Materials
Thin-Film Chemical Expansion of Ceria Based Solid Solutions Determined by Laser Vibrometry up to 800 °C

Dr. Hendrik Wulfmeier Dhyan Kohlmann Alexander Wollbrink Thomas Defferriere Prof. Dr. Harry L. Tuller Prof. Dr. Holger Fritze

Lecture F04: High-Temperature Functional Materials
Traceable measurement of the Seebeck coefficient of thermoelectric materials up to 850 K

Dr. Frank Edler Kai Huang