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Donald Brown
Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
Microstructural Evolution of a UNb Shape Memory Alloy During
Elevated Temperature Aging
 
Ashley Bucsek
University of Michigan, USA
Probing Martensitic Phase Transformations
and Twinning Across Length Scales Using 3D X-Ray Microscopy
 
Cyril Cayron
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, Switzerland
The Transformation Matrices and Their Variants
 
Markus Chmielus
University of Pittsburgh, USA
Beam- and Non-Beam-based Additive Manufacturing and Post-Processing
of Magnetocaloric and Magnetic-Shape-Memory Materials
 
Eunsoo Choi
Hongik University, Korea
Crimped Short Reinforcing Fibers using Cold Drawn NiTi SMA Wires
 
Shi-Hoon Choi
Sunchon National University, Korea
Development of Research Methodologies for Comprehending the Effect of Martensite
on Deformation and Fracture Behavior of Multi-Phase Steels
 
Yoon Suk Choi
Pusan National University, Korea
Microstructures and Defects of Medium-Carbon Steel Layers Additively Deposited
on Gray Cast Iron
 
Yury Chumlyakov
Tomsk State University, Russia
Shape Memory Effect and Superelasticity in FeNiCoAlX (X=Ta, Nb, Ti) High-Strength Crystals due to Thermoelastic γ-α'- Martensitic Transformation at Tension and Compression
 
Daoyong Cong
University of Science and Technology Beijing, China
Exploration of Novel Shape Memory Alloys for Elastocaloric Refrigeration
 
Gunther Eggeler
Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
Shape Memory Alloy Composition, Gibbs Free Energies and Martensite Start Temperatures - on the Importance of Enthalpy and Entropy
 
Georgiy S. Firstov
G. V. Kurdyumov Institute for Metal Physics of the N.A.S. of Ukraine, Ukraine
High Entropy Shape Memory Alloys Development: Structure, Properties, Opportunities
 
Thierry Gloriant
University of Rennes, INSA Rennes, France
Design of Martensitic Titanium-based Alloys for Vascular Stent Applications
 
Markus Ernst Gruner
University of Duisburg‐Essen, Germany
A First-Principles Perspective on the Interplay of Magnetism
and Microstructure in Ni-Mn-based Heusler Alloys
 
Yulin Hao
Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Tracing Atomic Rearrangement of a Reversible Transition
in a Multifunctional Titanium Alloy
 
Oleg Heczko
Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech
Role of Antiphase Boundaries in Martensitic Transformation
and Magnetic Shape Memory Effect

 
Yoon-Uk Heo
Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea
Electron Microscopic Study of Stress-assisted Martensitic Transformation
in a Medium Manganese Steel
 
Jae-Keun Hong
Korea Institute of Materials Science, Korea
Multiscale Microstructures in Titanium Alloys Manufactured by Additive Manufacturing
 
Hideki Hosoda
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
New Evaluation Methods for Martensitic Transformation Behavior
of Shape Memory Alloys
 
Huilong Hou
University of Maryland, USA
Fatigue-Resistant High-performance Elastocaloric Materials Made
by Additive Manufacturing
 
Mingxin Huang
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Revisit the TRIP Effect on Work Hardening Behavior of Steel at High Strain Rate
 
HyunWoo Jin
ExxonMobil Research & Engineering, USA
Martensite in Oil and Gas Industry: State-of-the-art Applications & Future Opportunities
 
Ibrahim Karaman
Texas A&M University, USA
Use of Machine Learning and Data Science for the Design of Shape Memory Alloys –
A Metallurgist Approach
 
Do Hyang Kim
Yonsei University, Korea
Ti-Ni Based Shape Memory Alloy Exhibiting High Glass Forming Ability
 
Manfred Kohl
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Shape Memory Nanoactuators for Photonics Applications
 
Tae-Ho Lee
Korea Institute of Materials Science, Korea
Screw Dislocation Driven Martensitic Nucleation
 
Taekyung Lee
Pusan National University, Korea
Martensitic Transformation in Ti-13Nb-13Zr Alloy for Surgical Implant Applications
 
Young-Kook Lee
Yonsei University, Korea
Stasis Mechanism of γ → ε Martensitic Transformation in Fe-17Mn Alloy
 
Valery Levitas
Iowa State University, USA
Phase Field Approaches to Interaction between Martensitic Phase Transformations
and Dislocation Evolution
 
Chenglin Li
Wuhan University, China
TWIP and TRIP behavior in Beta Titanium Alloys
 
Yan Li
Beihang University, China
Ti-Zr-Nb Shape Memory Alloys for Biomedical Applications
 
Yinong Liu
The University of Western Australia, Australia
NiTi as a Means to Induce Ultra-Large Elastic Strains in Other Materials
 
Haiwen Luo
University of Science and Technology Beijing, China
Substantial Strengthening of Medium Mn Steel due to the Reverse Martensite-like
Austenitic Transformation during Ultrafast Heating
 
Qingsong Mei
Wuhan University, China
Effect of Plastic Deformation on the Microstructure and Phase Transformation
of NiTi Alloys
 
Xianglong Meng
Harbin Institute of Technology, China
Martensite Microstructure and Shape Memory Effect of a Ti-16Nb High Temperature Shape Memory Alloy Subjected to Thermomechanical Treatment
 
Xiaohua Min
Dalian University of Technology, China
Metastable Phase Evolution and Deformation Mode Transition in β-type Titanium Alloys
 
Goro Miyamoto
Tohoku University, Japan
Comparison of Driving Force Necessary for Bainite and Martensite
Transformations in Steels
 
Shigekazu Morito
Shimane University, Japan
Crystallographic Features in Three Dimensional Microstructures
of Fe-C-Mn Lath Martensite
 
Nobuo Nakada
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Development of Internal Stress of Plate Martensite via Fcc-hcp Martensitic
Transformation in Metastable Austenitic Stainless Steels
 
Takayoshi Nakano
Osaka University, Japan
Control of Microstructure and Atomic Arrangement in Unstable β-type Ti Alloys by
Metal Additive Manufacturing Process
 
Minoru Nishida
Kyushu University, Japan
Recent Microstructure Characterizations in Ti-Ni Based Shape Memory Alloys
 
Takahito Ohmura
National Institute for Materials Science, Japan
Nano-Mechanical Characterization in Constituent Phases of Steels for
Interpretation of Macroscopic Deformation Behavior
 
Gregory B. Olson
Northwestern University, USA
Design of Fatigue-Resistant NiTi-based Shape Memory Alloys
 
Chan Hee Park
Korea Institue of Materials Science, Korea
An Effective Approach to Produce a Nanocrystalline Ni–Ti Shape Memory Alloy
without Severe Plastic Deformation
 
Eun Soo Park
Seoul National University, Korea
Development of Fatique-resistant High-Performance Elastocaloric TiCu-based
Superelastic Alloys
 
Etienne Patoor
Georgia Tech Lorraine, France
Multiscale Modeling of Shape Memory Alloys Behavior
 
Elena V. Pereloma
Wollongong University, Australia
Deformation-Induced Phase Transformations in Metastable Beta Ti-10V-3Al-xFe Alloys
 
Antoni Planes
University of Barcelona, Spain
Ferromagnetic Heusler Shape-Memory Alloys: Materials for Energy Applications
 
Frédéric Prima
ChimieParisTech (National Chemical Engineering Institute in Paris), France
New Strain-Transformable Titanium Alloys Displaying Combined TRIP and TWIP Effects:
From Design Approaches to Deformation Mechanisms
 
Sergey Prokoshkin
National University of Science and Technology "MISiS", Russia
Search for Critical Austenite Grain Size Limiting Stress-Induced Transformation
in Titanium Nickelide
 
Eckhard Quandt
Kiel University, Germany
The Role of Supercompatibility on the Fatigue of Shape Memory Alloys
 
Natalia Resnina
Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia
Damage of the Martensite Interfaces as the Mechanism
of the Martensite Stabilization Effect in NiTi Alloys
 
Pedro Rivera-Diaz-del-Castillo
Lancaster University, United Kingdom
Predicting Martensitic Transformation in Titanium Alloys
 
Jose M. San Juan
Universidad del País Vasco, Spain
Overview on Size Effects at Nanoscale in Cu-based Shape Memory Alloys:
Universal Scaling Law
 
Takahiro Sawaguchi
National Institute for Materials Science, Japan
Seismic Response Control of Buildings with Fe−high Mn Alloys with
Dual γ/ε Phase Deformation Microstructure
 
Avadh Saxena
Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
Flexocaloric Effects in Ferroic Materials: Thermodynamics of Bending
 
Dominique (Nick) Schryvers
University of Antwerp, Belgium
In–situ TEM Stress–induced Martensitic Transformation and Short Range Order in Ni-Ti
 
Dongyi Seo
National Research Council Canada, Canada
Microstructures and High Cycle Fatigue Properties of Ti-Al-Fe-Si Based Alloys
 
Oleg Shchyglo
Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
Phase-field Modeling Approach for Martensite Microstructure Formation
in Low-carbon Steel
 
Akinobu Shibata
Kyoto University, Japan
Microstructural and Crystallographic Studies on Hydrogen-related Fracture
in Martensitic Steels
 
Petr Sittner
Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech
Transformation – Plasticity Coupling in Thermomechanical Loading of NiTi
 
Aaron Stebner
Colorado School of Mines, USA
Additive Manufacturing of NiTi-based Shape Memory Alloys
 
Dong-Woo Suh
Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea
Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Medium Carbon Martensite-Bainite
Complex Phase Steels
 
Qingping Sun
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China
Super-high Fatigue Life of NiTi SMA at Marco- and Microscales
 
Ichiro Takeuchi
University of Maryland, USA
Development of Compression-based Elastocaloric Cooling Systems Based
on Superelastic Shape Memory Alloys
 
Cem Tasan
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
How Human Hair Deforms Ferrous Martensite: An In-Situ Study
 
Koichi Tsuchiya
National Institute for Materials Science, Japan
FCC-HCP Martensitic Transformation and Shape Memory Effect in High-Entropy Alloys
 
Toshihiro Tsuchiyama
Kyushu University, Japan
Evaluation of Dislocation Density and Dislocation Distribution in Lath Martensite
 
Kaneaki Tsuzaki
Kyushu University, Japan
A Mystery of Hydrogen Effects in Steel: Suppression and Promotion of
Thermally-and Deformation-induced Epsilon Martensitic Transformations
 
Martin Franz-Xaver Wagner
Technische Universität Chemnitz, Germany
Analysis of Dislocation-twin Boundary Interaction in NiTi
and NiTiCu Martensites during Stress Relaxation
 
Xiebin Wang
Shandong University, China
Approaches to Improve the Functional Stability of NiTi Shape Memory Alloys
 
Yunzhi Wang
The Ohio State University, USA
Phase Transformation Graph and Transformation Pathway Engineering
for High Performance Shape Memory Alloys
 
Fei Xiao
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
Inverse Elastocaloric Effect in the Ti-Ni Shape Memory Alloy
 
Ren Xiaobing
National Institute for Materials Science, Japan
Designing Hysteresis-free Shape Memory Alloys by a Triple-point Strategy
 
Hongliang Yi
Northeastern University, China
Novel Concepts for Retention of Nano-sized Austenite Films to
Improve Ductility of Press-hardening Steels:
Quenching and Flash-partitioning, Quenching and Bake-partitioning
 
Kaiyuan Yu
China University of Petroleum-Beijing, China
Ultra-high Superelastic Stresses Over Wide Temperature Range
in Bulk Nanograined NiTi-based Alloys
 
Mohsen Asle Zaeem
Colorado School of Mines, USA
Multiscale Modeling Study of Deformation Mechanisms and Flaw Tolerance
of Shape Memory Ceramics