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MM: Fachverband Metall- und Materialphysik

MM 30: Poster Session II

Dienstag, 17. März 2020, 18:15–20:00, P4

18:15 MM 30.1 The interplay of geometry and chemistry at Al grain boundaries: insight from atomisticsLiam Huber, •Poulami Chakraborty, Huan Zhao, Baptiste Gault, Dierk Raabe, and Joerg Neugebauer
18:15 MM 30.2 Resolving the grain boundary structure in nanocrystalline titanium thin films — •Vivek Devulapalli, Christian H. Liebscher, and Gerhard Dehm
18:15 MM 30.3 Observing the atomic structure of [111] tilt grain boundaries in Al — •Saba Ahmad, Christian Liebscher, and Gerhard Dehm
18:15 MM 30.4 Fractal abnormal grain growth in nanocrystalline Pd(Au): correlation between Au concentration, hardness and microstructure — •Markus Fischer, Raphael Zeller, Christian Braun, Jonas Endres, Rainer Birringer, and Carl E. Krill III
18:15 MM 30.5 Fractal abnormal grain growth in nanocrystalline Pd(Au): a result of abnormal growth triggered by pinning centers? — •Raphael Zeller, Tobias Okker, Karina De La Torre, Christian Braun, Mingyan Wang, Rainer Birringer, and Carl E. Krill III
18:15 MM 30.6 Structural relaxation in nanocrystalline Pd90Au10 — •Christian Braun, Michael J. Deckarm, Nils Boussard, and Rainer Birringer
18:15 MM 30.7 Correlative study of grain boundary segregation in nanocrystalline copper–nickel alloys — •Felix Fischer, Rüya Duran, Guido Schmitz, and Sebastian Eich
18:15 MM 30.8 Abnormal grain growth in Al(Cu) assisted by Zener pinning — •Maria Hohm, Raphael Zeller, Mingyan Wang, and Carl E. Krill III
18:15 MM 30.9 About the atomic structure of copper grain boundaries — •Lena Frommeyer, Christian H. Liebscher, and Gerhard Dehm
18:15 MM 30.10 Effect of residual stresses on dislocation nucleation and motion in lamellar TiAl alloys — •Ashish Chauniyal and Rebecca Janisch
18:15 MM 30.11 Mechanical testing of SAC soldered micro- and nanowire joints — •Samuel Griffiths and Guido Schmitz
18:15 MM 30.12 Microstructural and mechanical investigation of magnetic impulse welds of Aluminium and Copper — •David Stein, Maximilian Gnedel, Sven Winter, and Ferdinand Haider
18:15 MM 30.13 Fracture Matching of Metals in Forensic Science — •Jens Balzer, Bert Weimar, Horst Katterwe, and Werner Deinet
18:15 MM 30.14 Plane wave scattering on Janus spheres — •Jochen Wauer and Tom Rother
18:15 MM 30.15 A school badge based on scalable structural color — •Shiyao Jia, Yudie Huang, Yi Wang, Wenxin Wang, Zhihang Wang, Jiaxu Chen, and Fanzhou Lv
18:15 MM 30.16 Oriented and isotropic electrospun magnetic nanofibers - experiment and simulation — •Timo Grothe, Jan Lukas Storck, Al Mamun, Marah Trabelsi, Michaela Klöcker, Christoph Döpke, Lilia Sabantina, Tomasz Blachowicz, and Andrea Ehrmann
18:15 MM 30.17 Comparison and analysis of ultra-narrow gaps fabricated by electron and helium ion beam lithographyHao HU, Monika Fleischer, and •Pierre-Michel Adam
18:15 MM 30.18 Magnetoresistance of ruthenium nanogranular wires — •Nikolai Mai, Thomas Heinzel, Mihai Cerchez, Shibesh Dutta, Anshul Gupta, Shreya Kundu, Giacomo Talmelli, Florin Ciubotaru, Zsolt Tokei, and Christoph Adelmann
18:15 MM 30.19 Effect of Interfaces in the Oxide Transport Process in Platinum Coated Porous Frameworks of Yttria-Stabilized Zirconia (YSZ) — •Michele Bastianello, Jan-Ove Söngen, and Matthias T. Elm
18:15 MM 30.20 Optimization of structural and electrochemical properties of LiNiO2 thin film cathodes — •Juri J.E. Becker, Fabian Michel, Hendrik Hemmelmann, Angelika Polity, and Matthias T. Elm
18:15 MM 30.21 Ti3C2/MoS2 composite as anode material for lithium-ion batteries — •Peng Guo, Yuquan Wu, Lennart Singer, Peter Comba, and Rüdiger Klingeler
18:15 MM 30.22 Polypyrene tetraone (PPTO) as cathode material for lithium-ion batteries — •Jonas Spychala, Yuquan Wu, Lucas Ueberricke, Michael Mastalerz, and Rüdiger Klingeler
18:15 MM 30.23 Phase transformation in Li4+xTi5O12 probed optically — •Yug Joshi, Robert Lawitzki, and Guido Schmitz
  18:15 MM 30.24 The contribution has been withdrawn.
18:15 MM 30.25 Non-adiabatic time-optimal edge mode transfer on mechanical topological chain — •Ioannis Brouzos, Georgios Theocharis, Ioannis Kiorpelidis, and Fotios Diakonos
18:15 MM 30.26 Atomistic investigation of the LLZO / Li metal interface for all-solid state batteries — •Lisette Haarmann and Karsten Albe
18:15 MM 30.27 Hybrid Functionals in an all-electron FLAPW basis: challenges imposed by exa-scale supercomputers — •Matthias Redies, Gregor Michalicek, Christian Terboven, Daniel Wortmann, Matthias Müller, and Stefan Blügel
18:15 MM 30.28 Nonequilibrium dynamics of laser excited SiC: Description of Laser excited SiC with the help of an electronic temperature dependent interatomic potential — •Malwin Xibraku, Bernd Bauerhenne, and Martin Garcia
18:15 MM 30.29 Molecular dynamics study of impact welding processes — •Benedikt Philipp Eggle-Sievers, Tobias Stegmüller und Ferdinand Haider
18:15 MM 30.30 Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Chemical Processes at the Crack Tip — •Tobias Müller and Bernd Meyer
18:15 MM 30.31 Development of an analytic bond-order potential for Fe-Co — •Aleksei Egorov, Aparna Subramanyam, Thomas Hammerschmidt, and Ralf Drautz
18:15 MM 30.32 The Process for Creating A General-Purpose Machine Learned Potential for Silicon Carbide — •Harry Tunstall, James Kermode, and Gabrele Sosso
18:15 MM 30.33 Density functional study of metal and metal-oxide (Cu, Ni, Co, Fe, Mn) nucleation and growth on the anatase TiO2(101) surface — •Leila Kalantari, Fabien Tran, and Peter Blaha
18:15 MM 30.34 Neural network for learning and predicting tight-binding parameters — •Till Hanke, Jürgen Henk, and Ingrid Mertig
18:15 MM 30.35 High-dimensional neural network potential for laser-excited materials — •Pascal Plettenberg, Bernd Bauerhenne, and Martin E. Garcia
18:15 MM 30.36 Application of Machine Learning Interatomic Potentials to Carbon Nanostructures — •Tom Rothe, Erik Lorenz, Gustav Johansson, Fabian Teichert, Daniel Hedman, Andreas Larsson, and Jörg Schuster
18:15 MM 30.37 a Neural Network Potential with electrostatic interaction — •Tsz Wai Ko and Jörg Behler
18:15 MM 30.38 Machine-learning Driven Global Optimization of Atomic Surface Structures — •Sami Kaappa and Karsten Wedel Jacobsen
18:15 MM 30.39 Symmetry-adapted Hamiltonian representations for machine-learning-based tight-binding parametrization — •Michael Luya and Reinhard Maurer
18:15 MM 30.40 X-ray reflectivity of thin films evaluated by neural networksThorben Finke and •Uwe Klemradt
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