Symposium

P04: Manipulation of Matter by Electric and Magnetic Fields

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TopicP: Processing and Synthesis

The emerging field of temperature dependent electro-chemo-mechanics of solids brings the opportunity to gain novel, energy-efficient, environmentally-friendly, less costly synthesis and processing routes for inorganic materials. External electric and magnetic fields affect solid-state diffusion processes and offer an additional degree of freedom to tailor microstructures and properties:

  • Synthesis and phase formation by solid-state reactions and phase transformations
  • Sintering, densification of particle-based materials and microstructure coarsening (pore elimination and grain growth) 
  • Mechanical deformation (plasticity and creep)
  • New material properties induced by fields (fluorescence, electric conductivity, etc.)  

The presentation of experimental work, including in-situ characterization, as well as modeling and simulations is encouraged in order to provide a rational, comprehensive knowledge for intentionally using electromagnetic energy to manipulate matter in metals, intermetallics, oxide and non-oxide ceramics as bulk, thin or thick films. A focus will be put on applications where rapid turnaround times can support and sustain research in field induced processing.


Lecture P04: Manipulation of Matter by Electric and Magnetic Fields
WEB Current rate controlled flash sintering of Gadolinium doped ceria with tailored microstructure

Dr. Martin Bram Tarini Prasad Mishra Dr. Rubens Ingraci Neto Prof. Dr. Rishi Raj Prof. Dr. Olivier Guillon

Poster P04: Manipulation of Matter by Electric and Magnetic Fields
WEB Investigating the origin of magnetic uniaxial anisotropy in cobalt ferrite induced by Spark Plasma Sintering

Dr.-Ing. Alex Aubert Fernando Maccari Dr. Iliya Radulov Prof. Dr. Oliver Gutfleisch

Poster P04: Manipulation of Matter by Electric and Magnetic Fields
Accelerated Mn-Al τ-phase formation induced by electric current assisted annealing

Ph.D. Fernando Maccari Dr. Oskar Till Bernd Stoll Dr. Iliya A. Radulov Dr. Enrico Bruder Dr. Konstantin P. Skokov Thomas Brede Dr. Christine Borchers Prof. Dr. Cynthia A. Volkert Prof. Dr. Christian Elsässer Prof. Dr. Oliver Gutfleisch

Poster P04: Manipulation of Matter by Electric and Magnetic Fields
Dry field-assisted ion exchange of silver in amorphous and crystalline systems

Dr. Mattia Biesuz Paolo Giopato Prof. Gian Domenico Sorarù Prof. Vincenzo M. Sglavo

Lecture P04: Manipulation of Matter by Electric and Magnetic Fields
Electric field-enhanced superplastic flow and microstructure development in TZP

Prof. Hidehiro Yoshida Yamato Sasaki Dr. Hiroshi Masuda Dr. Koji Morita Prof. Takahisa Yamamoto

Lecture P04: Manipulation of Matter by Electric and Magnetic Fields
Electrode dependent Joule heating during flash processes in soda lime silicate glass

Dr. Mattia Biesuz Mattia Cipriani Prof. Gian Domenico Sorarù Prof. Vincenzo M. Sglavo

Lecture P04: Manipulation of Matter by Electric and Magnetic Fields
Electromigration effects on atomic migration barriers in hard magnetic L1_0 intermetallic phases

Dr. Oskar Till Prof. Christian Elsässer Fernando Maccari Prof. Oliver Gutfleisch

Lecture P04: Manipulation of Matter by Electric and Magnetic Fields
Flash sintering of Al2O3-8YSZ composites

Dr. Mattia Biesuz Andrea Ometto Prof. Vincenzo M. Sglavo

Lecture P04: Manipulation of Matter by Electric and Magnetic Fields
High temperature deformation behavior of polycrystalline zirconia under electric current

Dr. Koji Morita Prof. Hidehiro Yoshida Dr. Byung-Nam Kim

Lecture P04: Manipulation of Matter by Electric and Magnetic Fields
Microstructure and mechanical properties upon electrically assisted deformation of magnesium alloys

Dr. Gregory Gerstein Eugen Demler Dr. Stefan Zaefferer Prof. Dr. Hans Jürgen Maier

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