The Engineering Alloys Division focuses on improving “traditional” materials. New ideas, methodologies, and technologies are being developed based on a thorough understanding of composition-processing-microstructure-property relationships and applications to improve both the mechanical and functional properties of these alloys to increase their robustness and application. Current emphases include computing the fundamental properties of transition metals and intermetallic compounds, alloying theory and materials design, alloys for biomedical use, strengthening corrosion- and heat-resistant light alloys, and defects and diffusion in metals as a basis for reaction synthesis.
♦ Multi-functional Alloys for Structural Use
♦ Metallic Materials for Implant Applications
♦ Multi-scale Computation for the Purpose of Alloy Design
♦ Solidification and Crystal Growth
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