Special session 15
DIFFUSION IN HIGH-ENTROPY ALLOYS (SS15)
This special session is focused on diffusion-related phenomena in high-entropy alloys spanning the field from experimental measurements using tracer and diffusion couples to theoretical density-functional-theory based calculations of diffusion barriers and rates.

Keywords
Diffusion; high-entropy alloy; point defects; tracer diffusion; interdiffusion

Publication:
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Organisers:

PD Dr. Sergiy Divinski
Institute of Materials Physics,
University of Münster, Germany
divin@uni-muenster.de

Dr. Blazej Grabowski
Head of 'Adaptive Structural Materials' group
Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung
Düsseldorf, Germany
grabowski@mpie.de

 

INVITED SPEAKER(S)


Dr. Mayur Vaidya
Institute of Materials Physics,
WWU Münster, Germany

‘UPGRADE OF HitDIC SOFTWARE FOR AUTOMATING INTERDIFFUSIVITY DETERMINATION AND ATOMIC MOBILITY DATABANK DEVELOPMENT IN MULTICOMPONENT ALLOYS’
Prof. Lijun Zhang
Central South University,
China
Abstract in .pdf (here)
Short Bio in .pdf (here

‘INTERDIFFUSION AND PHASE-EQUILIBRIA STUDIES IN HIGH ENTROPY ALLOYS’
Prof. Kaustubh Kulkarni
IIT Kanpur,
Kanpur, India
Abstract in .pdf (here)
Short Bio in .pdf (here

‘GENERALIZED PAIR-DIFFUSION MODEL FOR MULTI-PRINCIPAL ELEMENT ALLOYS’
Prof. Ingo Steinbach
Interdisciplinary Centre for Advanced Materials Simulation (ICAMS),
Ruhr-University Bochum,
Germany

Abstract in .pdf (here)
Short Bio in .pdf (here
)

‘PRACTICE, BENEFITS AND CONSTRAINTS OF PSEUDO-BINARY AND PSEUDO-TERNARY DIFFUSION COUPLE METHODS IN SINGLE PHASE CONCENTRATED ALLOYS’
Prof. Aloke Paul
Indian Institute of Science,
India
Abstract in .pdf (here)
Short Bio in .pdf (here

‘PHENOMENOLOGICAL DESCRIPTION OF DIFFUSION IN HEAs’
Prof. Dezso Beke
University of Debrecen,
Hungary


Prof. Graeme Murch
The University of Newcastle,
Australia

‘AB INITIO THERMODYNAMIC AND KINETIC PROPERTIES OF HIGH ENTROPY ALLOYS FROM CLUSTER EXPANSION TECHNIQUE’
Dr. Xi Zhang
MPIE Düsseldorf,
Germany
Abstract in .pdf (here)
Short Bio in .pdf (here