Symposium

S11: Tailor-made Multiscale Materials Systems

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TopicS: Structural Materials

The link between processing, microstructure, and properties of a material has long been a leitmotif in materials science. Yet, there remain exciting and uncharted opportunities in tailoring properties by deliberate microstructure designs on multiple discrete length scales. This symposium aims to combine expertise from materials science, chemistry, and physics for developing macroscopic materials that achieve novel properties by exploiting microstructural features on several characteristic length scales, designed “on the drawing board”. The vision is to start with single, nanoscale building blocks and to assemble larger units by stepwise aggregation on different length scales. Multiscale materials systems, combining ceramics, metals, and/or polymers, and with designed structures on each length scale, may be envisaged as the outcome. Nested metallic structures on different length scales, formed by alloy corrosion and filled with polymers, may provide an alternate route exemplifying the same paradigm. Owing to their design, such macroscopic materials will have tailor-made mechanical, electrical, and photonic properties. Their multiscale structure opens up possibilities to exchange building units in a concerted way in order to create novel material properties and, thus, to achieve entirely new materials functions.


Lecture S11: Tailor-made Multiscale Materials Systems
WEB Effect of transition metals on the evolution of polymer-derived SiOC ceramics

Prof. Kathy Lu Ni Yang

Lecture S11: Tailor-made Multiscale Materials Systems
WEB Mechanical characterization of 3-D supercrystalline ceramic-organic nanocomposites

Dipl.-Ing. Büsra Bor Dr. Diletta Giuntini Dr. Berta Domènech Prof. Dr. Michael Swain Prof. Dr. Gerold A. Schneider

Lecture S11: Tailor-made Multiscale Materials Systems
WEB Phase Content Prediction in Multi-element Polymer-derived Ceramics

Prof. Kathy Lu Ni Yang

Lecture S11: Tailor-made Multiscale Materials Systems
Bioinspired ceramic-based photonic materials for high-temperature applications

Dr. Kaline P. Furlan Dr. Jefferson Jean do Rosário Benedikt Winhard Yen Häntsch Dr. Emanuel Larsson Dr. Tobias Krekeler Dr. Martin Ritter Dr. Ana Diaz Dr. Mirko Holler Prof. Dr. Robert Blick Dr. Robert Zierold Dr. Alexander Yu Petrov Prof. Dr. Manfred Eich Prof. Dr. Gerold Schneider Dr. Rolf Janssen

Lecture S11: Tailor-made Multiscale Materials Systems
Microstructure evolution of silver-rich clusters during nanoporous gold dealloying

Yong Li Dr. Bao-Nam Dinh Ngo Dr. Jürgen Markmann Prof. Dr. Jörg Weissmüller

Lecture S11: Tailor-made Multiscale Materials Systems
Self-assembly of nano-building blocks: towards ceramic nanocomposites with exceptional mechanical properties

Alexander Plunkett Dr. Berta Domènech Dr. Diletta Giuntini Büsra Bor Prof. Dr. Gerold A. Schneider

Lecture S11: Tailor-made Multiscale Materials Systems
Supercycle Atomic Layer Deposition of Ternary Oxides for the Synthesis of High-Temperature Stable Photonic Crystals

Dr. Robert Zierold Martin Waleczek Dr. Alexander Yu Petrov Prof. Dr. Manfred Eich Prof. Dr. Gerold A. Schneider Dr. Rolf Janßen Prof. Dr. Robert H. Blick Prof. Dr. Kornelius Nielsch Dr. Kaline P. Furlan