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Call for Abstracts

Authors with their papers accepted for presentation at NMD ATM 2020 may re-submit the same abstracts for inclusion in the abstract book strictly as per the provided template in BOTH MS word and PDF formats. The resubmission is being requested in order to publish the abstract book with uniformity among all abstracts. Please do so preferably by 31st January 2021. Login and click on ‘Edit submission’ in your ‘My abstracts’ page.

Abstracts are invited for the conference under the following broad themes:

  • Advances in Ferrous Metallurgy

  • Advances in Non-Ferrous Metallurgy

  • Advances in Materials Science and Engineering

  • Manufacturing Technologies and Joining Processes

  • High Temperature Materials

  • Materials Degradation – Characterization and Protection

  • Computational Materials Science (incorporating Integrated Computational Materials Engineering and
    Materials Genome Initiative)

  • Materials for Energy Applications

Questions?

Contact: abstract@nmdatm2020.org

Subtheme details

  • Iron and steel making
  • High temperature metallurgical processing: Melting, casting
  • Thermo-mechanical processing
  • Extraction, melting and casting
  • High temperature metallurgical processing: Melting casting
  • Thermo-mechanical processing
  • Solidification and solid-state phase transformations
  • Microstructural characterization techniques, microstructure-property correlation, grain boundaries, interfaces, defect characterization
  • Mechanical behaviour of materials
  • Advanced materials – nanostructured materials, high entropy alloys, functionally graded materials, thin films, biomaterials, electronic materials, grapheme, CNTs
  • Composite Materials
  • Additive manufacturing
  • Powder metallurgy
  • Foundry technology
  • Metal forming
  • Weldingand Joining
  • Dissimilar materials joining
  • Refractory alloys
  • Ceramics
  • High temperature coatings
  • Refractories for industrial applications
  • Mechanical degradation – creep, fatigue, fracture
  • Corrosion
  • Non-Destructive Testing (NDT)
  • Materials recycling, Waste utilization
  • Ab-initio calculations, atomistic simulations
  • Monte Carlo methods, Phase field modeling
  • Crystal plasticity, finite element methods,
  • Integrated Computational Materials Engineering and Materials Genome Initiative
  • Data driven modelling of materials
  • Materials for Energy Storage – Batteries, Supercapacitors, Hydrogen Storage
  • Fuel Cells
  • Nuclear Materials
  • Materials for renewable energy
  • Materials for clean coal technologies, carbon capture
  • Biomass fuels, hydrogen-based power systems