报告标题:Functional structures by additive manufacturing报 告
人:Professor Jun Ding(Department of Materials Science & Engineering,
National University of
Jun Ding obtained Bachelor and PhD from University of Wuppertal and
Bochum (德文y), respectively. He worked as Research Fellow/SeniorResearch Fellow at the University of 韦斯特ern Australia from 壹9玖一 to

告诉题目壹:Metallic glass formation by mechanical
alloying(机械合金化制备金属玻璃)报 告
人:C.Suryanarayana教师,中亚拉巴马大学告知标题二:Additive 马努facturing
– A Metallurgical Perspective(增材成立-冶金学角度)报 告 人:Prashanth
C. Suryanarayana is currently a Professor at the University of Central
Florida (UCF) in Orlando. He obtained his Ph.D. from Banaras Hindu
University in Varanasi, India. His main research expertise includes
non-equilibrium processing of materials. His other research interests
include metallic glasses, bulk metallic glasses, and coatings. He has
published over 350 technical papers and authored/edited 贰一 books and
conference proceedings. He has also been a member of the editorial
boards of several international journals.Professor Suryanarayana is a
Fellow of ASM International, Fellow of the Institute of Materials,
Minerals and Mining, London, UK, and Fellow of the Electron Microscope
Society of India. He is one of the most cited researchers in the fieldof materials science and engineering. He has over 1八,000 citations to
his research work with an h-index of 50 and i-10 index of 1陆七. 明锐ing
to 汤姆森 Reuters, he is as one of the top 40 researchers in the world
in the 田野先生 of materials science who achieved the highest citation
impact scores for their papers published since January 两千. Asso. Prof.
Dr.-Ing. Prashanth Konda Gokuldoss is an Associate Professor in Additive
马努facturing at the Department of 马努facturing and Civil Engineering;
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Gjøvik, Norway and at
the same time holds Guest Scientist position at the Erich SchmidInstitute of Materials Science, Austrian Academy of Science, Leoben,
Austria. He will be taking charge as a Full Professor in Additive
马努facturing at the Department of Mechanical and Industrial
Engineering, 塔林 University of Technology, 塔林, Estonia from
奥古斯特 201八. He is a world-leading researcher in the 田野(field) of Additive
马努facturing. He has authored nearly 100 peer-reviewed papers and has
delivered Plenary talk, Keynote lectures and invited talks at various
reputed conferences like ISMANAM, RubiconQ, THE卡宴MEC, EMN Lecture series etc.
He is an active reviewer of almost 50 International journals and is
guest-editor for two focused issues on Additive
马努facturing.报告摘录1:Metallic glasses are relatively novel
materials that lack crystallinity. Consequently, they exhibit an
interesting combination of properties such as high strength, good
corrosion resistance and excellent soft magnetic properties. Although
considered brittle, novel approaches have rendered some of them
reasonably ductile. They have found interesting applications in a
variety of 田野s. Metallic glasses have been traditionally synthesized
by rapid solidification processing of liquid alloys as ribbons,
filaments, or powder and more recently as bulk glassy rods with a
maximum diameter of about 80 mm. A few metallic glasses have also been
produced by deposition methods in the form of thin films. These methods
have restrictions on what type of alloys can be made glassy. Mechanical
alloying, a high-energy powder processing method, is capable of
producing glassy phases from a variety of combinations of metal powders.
These glassy powders can then be consolidated to full density by
different techniques such as hot isostatic pressing and spark plasma
sintering. We have undertaken very detailed investigations of glass
formation by mechanical alloying methods in a number of alloy systems.
The present talk, however, will focus only on multicomponent iron-based
alloys. After providing a brief background of metallic glasses and
mechanical alloying, the presentation will discuss about the
glass-forming ability, influence of alloying elements, and the
relatively recently observed phenomenon of mechanical
crystallization.The scientific principles learnt using this simple
technique to understand the complex behavior of metallic glasses will be
highlighted.报告摘录贰:Laser based powder bed fusion processes like the
selective laser melting (SLM) is one of the additive manufacturing
processes used to produce 三-D metal parts by selective melting of
powders dictated by CAD data. Because of the high degree of freedom
given by processing through additive manufacturing, it is possible to
build parts with extremely complex geometries that would otherwise be
difficult or impossible to produce using conventional manufacturing
processes. However, more than the shape and the functionalities that SLM
process offers, the metallurgical features offered by the SLM process is
more interesting. Some of them are very high cooling rates good enough
to produce bulk metallic glasses, very complex and unique
microstructures and tunable properties, related to the microstructure as
well. Hence, the present talk will focus of the interesting
metallurgical aspects in the 田野先生 of SLM/AM.附件:无

  1. He moved to National University of Singapore in 1997. Now, he is
    working as Professor with Department of Materials Science & Engineering,
    National University of Singapore. He has been working on nanomaterials
    and magnetic materials over 30 years. Most recently, he has extended his
    research into additive manufacturing (3D printing).报告摘要:Additive
    manufacturing (3D printing) provides opportunities for fabrication of
    geometry-complex structures and unique microstructures, which cannot be
    easily obtained using conventional manufacturing techniques. Recently,
    research and development of additive manufacturing has been shifted
    towards to functional devices/structures for high value-added
    applications such as aerospace, automobile, biomedicine, etc.Our
    research activities cover metallic and ceramic structures with the
    emphasis of design and functionalization for various applications,
    including aerospace, green energy and environmental. Surface
    functionalization through wet-chemical processes has been successfully
    used for metallic and ceramic structures with promising properties for
    electrocatalyst and other applications. Selective laser melting has been
    used for fabrication of metallic structures. For ceramic materials, our
    focus is the development of printable paste for high-quality ceramic
    structures by robocasting, digital light projection and
    stereolithography. Currently, we are concentrating on the development
    multi-material printing and flexible greenbody for more complex


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