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Symposium CG
Ceramic Thin Films and Coatings for Protective, Tribological and Multifunctional Applications

Convener:
Sanjay SAMPATH, Stony Brook University, USA
 
Members:
Samir M. AOUADI,University of North Texas, USA
Christoper C. BERNDT, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Michael DUGGER, Sandia National Laboratories, USA
Per EKLUND, Linkoeping University, Sweden
Rainer GADOW, University of Stuttgart, Germany
Ashutosh GANDHI, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India
Wayne L. GLADFELTER, University of Minnesota, USA
Philippe GOUDEAU, Université de Poitiers, France
Tanvir HUSSAIN, University of Nottingham, UK
Shrikant JOSHI, University West, Sweden
Sang Sub KIM, Inha University, Korea
Luca LUSVARGHI, University of Modena & Reggio Emilia, Italy
Peter MECHNICH, DLR, Germany
Christian MITTERER, University of Leoben, Austria
Kazuhiro OGAWA, Tohoku University, Japan
Nitin P. PADTURE, Brown University, USA
Kevin PLUCKNETT, Dalhousie University, Canada
Kentaro SHINODA, AIST, Japan
Dmitry V. SHTANSKY, Nat.Univ.of Science & Technology "MISIS", Russia
Constantin VAHLAS, CIRIMAT, France
Robert VASSEN, Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH, Germany
Sam ZHANG S., Southwest University, China
Jun AKEDO, AIST, Japan
Hana BARANKOVA, Uppsala University, Sweden
Brigitte CAUSSAT, Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse, France
Tom COYLE, University of Toronto, Canada
Per EKLUND, Linkoeping University, Sweden
Robert FRANZ, University of Leoben, Austria
Rainer GADOW, University of Stuttgart, Germany
Vikram JAYARAM, Indian Institute of Science, India
Shrikant JOSHI, University West Sweden
Carlos G. LEVI, University of California at Santa Barbara, USA
Christian MOREAU, Concordia University, Canada
Daniel R. MUMM, University of California at Irvine, USA
Chris MURATORE, University of Dayton, USA
Farwah NAHIF, eifeler-Vacotec GmbH, Germany
Jörg PATSCHEIDER, Evatec AG, Switzerland
Lech PAWLOWSKI, University of Limoges, France
Tomas POLCAR, University of Southampton, UK
Helena RONKAINEN/Tomi SUHONEN VTT, Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland
Gobinda SAHA, University of New Brunswick, Canada
Sanjay SAMPATH, Stony Brook University, USA
Uwe SCHULZ, German Aerospace Center, Germany
Kentaro SHINODA, AIST, Japan
Robert VASSEN, Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH, Germany
Christina VILLENEUVE-FAURE, Universitè Paul Sabatier, France
Martin WEBER, Fraunhofer IST, Germany
Ping XIAO, The University of Manchester, UK
 
This symposium focuses on cutting edge experimental, theoretical and manufacturing issues associated with advanced thin films and coatings deposition techniques and surface modification and functionalization processes. These processes allow the realisation of surfaces with enhanced properties and/or novel multi-functionality, thereby enabling them to meet present requirements and future challenges for more efficient, reliable, inexpensive and clean applications that serve the technological needs of our society. Of interest are materials systems based on oxide and non-oxide ceramics; new carbons; metal-ceramic, organic-ceramic and nano-composites; and hybrid and graded structures.

Focus will be on:
 
  • Advances in deposition, surface modification and nanostructuring techniques
  • Refined characterisation and properties at meso- to nanoscale
  • Protective coatings aimed at improving the often combined, thermal, chemical and mechanical degradation of components in corroding, oxidizing and generally harsh environments.
  • Thermal and Environmental barrier coatings (TBCs and EBCs) to increase the operating temperature of static and dynamic components in advanced gas turbines and in a number of other high temperature applications
  • State-of-the-art tribological thin films and coatings used in, for example, cutting tool and machining, medical devices, electronic displays, hard disks, optical coatings etc.
  • Smart and multifunctional thin films and coatings: self-cleaning, anti- microbial, anti-fouling, catalytic, electrically/magnetically/optically stimuli-responsive etc.
  • Multiscale materials and process modeling and simulation; data-base development for coatings
Session Topics

CG-1 Advances in deposition, surface modification and characterisation techniques

  • Thermodynamics and kinetics, heat and mass transfer and in-situ monitoring of the deposition
  • Process modelling and simulation
  • Advances in deposition techniques: CVD/PVD/ALD and hybrid processes, thermal spraying, sol-gel, self-assembly, lithography, etc.
  • Ion beam, laser and electron-beam surface processing; thermochemical treatments
  • Substrate materials, substrate treatments; post-deposition treatments
  • Advances in characterisation techniques and non-destructive testing

CG-2 High temperature protective coatings in corroding, oxidising and harsh environments

  • Corrosion resistant coatings
  • Abrasion, erosion resistant coatings
  • Multifunctional coatings
  • Coating design, processing, performance
  • Characterisation of reaction scales
  • Degradation processes, life-time assessment
  • Effect of applied stress
  • Advanced applications in gas turbines, diesel engines fuel cells, aerospace industry, coal gasification, metal casting

CG-3 Thermal and environmental barrier coatings

  • Design methodologies
  • Multifunctional and nano-structured coating systems
  • Hybrid coatings and new processing methods
  • Interfacial phenomena
  • Residual stresses, ageing phenomena, failure mechanisms
  • Testing and non-destructive evaluation
  • Modelling and life prediction
  • Smart TBCs (e.g., self diagnostic, self healing, damping coatings)
  • Advanced applications in gas turbines, aero-engine parts, fuel cells, etc.

CG-4 Tribological thin films and coatings

  • Hard single-and multi-layer, graded and nanocomposite thin films and coatings
  • Surface treatments for friction and mechanical improvement
  • Adaptive self lubricating coatings
  • Interfaces and interphases
  • Hardness, toughness, friction, wear and thermal characterisation
  • Friction and wear mapping
  • Nanoindentation and small-scale plasticity
  • Nano- and micro-tribology of nanostructured and amorphous films
  • Machining, cutting and forming tools applications
  • Hard coating applications in microelectronics, magnetic recording and optical devices, computer disk drives, inkjet printing, precision instruments, medical devices and implants, automotive, aerospace, industry, agriculture etc.
  • In-situ diagnostics, multiscale modelling and novel design and testing strategies
  • Lifetime and reliability issues

CG-5 Smart and multifunctional thin films and coatings

  • Self cleaning, catalytic, anti-microbial, anti-smog, antireflection, self-healing damping coatings and films
  • Passive and active coatings that respond to electrical, magnetic, and optical inputs
  • Coatings that respond to chemical and bio-based stimuli

CG-6 Modelling and simulation of coatings and films

  • Databases for materials and their functionality
  • Modelling of materials performance, relationship of simulations to performance
  • Image-based and scattering methods for measuring and modelling ceramic coatings and films
  • Multiscale deposition process modeling

CG-7 Industrial processing in advanced surface technologies

  • Robotics and robot kinematics, manufacturing and industrial engineering

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