Program at a Glance

Main Hall (8:30~18:30)
June 4, Mon AM 8:30 Registration Desk Open
  Chair: Takahito Ohmura
Welcome Address / Prof. Sukekatsu Ushioda (President, NIMS)
  Chair: Hideyuki Murakami
NIMS Award Ceremony & Award-Winning Lectures

NIMS Award Ceremony
9:40~10:40 [NA-1]
"The First Bulk Nanostructured Metal"
Prof. H. K. D. H Bhadeshia (University of Cambridge, UK)
10:40~10:50 Break
 Chair: Takahito Ohmura
10:50~11:50 [NA-2]
"Engineering the Strength and Toughness of Dislocated Martensitic Steel"
Prof. John William Morris, Jr. (University of California, Berkeley, USA)
11:50~12:50 [NA-3]
"Nanoscience for Materials Engineering"
Prof. Subra Suresh
(National Science Foundation (NSF), USA)
PM 12:50~14:00 Lunch Time
 Chair: Toshiyuki Nishimura
Plenary Lectures

14:00~14:40 [PL-1]
"Structural Materials Research at NIMS - Since 1997 to the present, and future-"
Prof. Kaneaki Tsuzaki (NIMS, JAPAN)
14:40~15:20 [PL-2]
"Designing Nanostructured Metallic Bulk Alloys via First Principles Simulations and Atomic Scale Characterization: The Basis of Modern Manufacturing"
Prof. Dierk Raabe (Max-Planck-Institut fuer Eisenforschung, GERMANY)
15:20~16:00Coffee Break
 Chair: Koichi Tsuchiya
16:00~16:40 [PL-3]
"Development of High Specific-Strength Alloys for Sustainable Society"
Prof. Nack Joon Kim (POSTECH, KOREA)
16:40~17:20 [PL-4]
Challenging Research Topics on Structural Materials Contributing to Future Low Carbon Society
- The ALCA Program by Japan Science and Technology Agency -
Prof. Yoshinao Mishima (Tokyo Institute of Technology, JAPAN)
17:20~18:00 [PL-5]
"High Strength Sheet Steels to Improve Crashworthiness of Autobodies
   - Microstructures and Their Impacts –"
Dr. Manabu Takahashi (Nippon Steel Corporation, JAPAN)
18:30~20:00 Banquet@Okura Frontier Hotel

Hall 300 Conference Room 101 Conference Room 102
June 5, Tue AM (9:00~12:00)
Safe and Secure in Infrastructures
Surface Science for Harsh Environment
PM (13:00~17:20)
The New Strategy for Microstructures and Mechanical Properties
Advanced Microstructural Chacterization and Modeling
-Present Situation and Future Perspectives-
PM Multi Purpose Hall
17:30~20:00 Poster Session

Hall 300 Conference Room 101 Conference Room 102
June 6, Wed AM (9:00~15:00)
The New Strategy for Microstructures and Mechanical Properties
Advanced Microstructural Characterization and Modeling
-Present Situation and Future Perspectives-
Materials Reliability and Database
PM Hall 300
16:00~17:00 Wrap up
General Overview, Poster Award Ceremony, Closing Remarks

    Satellite Simposium
Conf. Room 102 Conf. Room 101 Conf. Room 202    Conf. Room 303
June 7,
Day1: Jun. 7 (10:00~17:00)
Day2: Jun. 8 (09:00~17:00)

Micromechanics of Advanced Structural Materials
-Professor Toshio Mura    Memorial Symposium-

■Registration fee:free
■For details:
English / Japanese
Jun. 7 (10:00~17:15)

Space Use Materials Symposium

■Registration fee:free
■For details: Japanese
Jun.7 (14:00~17:00)

Materials data and managing system for industry
■Registration fee:free
■For details:
English / Japanese
Jun.7 (9:30~17:00) 

Open seminar of ISIJ neutron research group

■Registration fee:free
■For details:English
June 8,
 N/A N/A N/A

Hall 300
June 5, Tue AM Chair: Kimiyoshi Naito
09:00~9:40 [TS1-1]
"Advanced Hybrid Structures for Fail-safe and Carefree Applications"
Prof. Jenn-Ming Yang (University of California, Los Angeles, USA)  
09:40~10:20 [TS1-2]
"Thermal Shock Fracture in Ceramic Materials  - Fracture Analysis using Disc-on-Rod Tests –"
Prof. Shuichi Wakayama (Toyo Metropolitan University, JAPAN)
10:20~10:40 Coffee Break
 Chair: Kota Sawada
10:40~11:20 [TS1-3]
"Dissimilar Joints between Alloy 617 and 2 Cr Steel - Creep Behavior and in Depth Microstructural Characterization"
Dr. Florian Kauffmann (Materials Testing Institute University of Stuttgart, GERMANY)
11:20~12:00 [TS1-4]
"Understanding of Brittle-to-Ductile Transition Based on Crack-Dislocation Interaction"
Prof. Kenji Higasida (Kyusyu University, JAPAN)
Conference Room 102
June 5, Tue  AM 10:00~10:05 [Opening]
Dr. Hideyuki Murakami (NIMS, JAPAN)
 "Hot corrosion" Chair: Hideyuki Murakami
10:05~10:55 [TS2-1]
"Advanced Coating Systems for High Temeprature Applications"
Prof. Toshio Narita (Hokkaido University, JAPAN)
10:55~11:25 [TS2-2]
"Microstructural Evolution and Oxidation of Materials for Power Plant Applications"
Dr. Mark A. E. Jepson (Loughborough University, UK)
  "Atmospheric corrosion" Chair: Hideyuki Murakami
11:25~12:05 [TS2-3]
"Corrosion Behavior of Weathering Steel in atmosphere of Vietnam"
Dr. Le Thi Hong Lien (Institute of Materials Science, VIETNAM)
12:05~13:30 Lunch Time
PM   "Wet corrosion" Chair: Eiji Akiyama
13:30~14:20 [TS2-4]
"High-Sensitive and locally resolved hydrogen detection in metals by Scanning Kelvin Probe Technique"
Dr. Michael Rowerder (Max-Planck-Institut fuer Eisenforschumg, GERMANY)
14:20~15:00 [TS2-5]
"Corrosion Behavior of 11 mass% Cr F/M Steel and 15 mass% Cr ODS Steel in Corrosive Solutions"
Prof. Masatoshi Sakairi (Hokkaido University, JAPAN)
15:00~15:30 Coffee Break
 "Biomaterials" Chair: Hideki Katayama
15:30~16:20 [TS2-6]
"Tailoring Materials for Tribocorrosion Systems: New Approaches?"
Dr. Stefano Mischler (Materials Institute, EPFL, SWITZERLAND)
16:20~16:50 [TS2-7]
"Hydroxyapatite Coating by Chemical Deposition for a Bioabsorbable Magnesium Alloy"
Dr. Sachiko Hiromoto (NIMS, JAPAN)
16:50~17:00 [Wrap Up]
Dr. Jin Kawakita (NIMS, JAPAN)
Hall 300
June 5, Tue PM "New Application of Sructural Materials in Industry" Chair: Yoko Mitarai
 13:00~13:40 [TS3-1]
"Consolidation and Mechanical-Properties of Atomized Mg-BasedPowders"
Dr. Akira Kato (TOYOTA, JAPAN)
 13:40~14:20 [TS3-2]
"The Need for Physically Based Modeling and Micromechanical Test in the Aerospace and Nuclear Industry"
Prof. David Rugg (Rolls Royce plc, UK)
14:20~15:00 [TS3-3]
"Fractal Analysis in Piezoelectrics - Micro-structure vs. properties -"
Prof. Kenji Uchino (Office of Naval Research Global-Asia, USA/JAPAN)
15:00~15:20 Coffee Break
"New Process for Structural Saterials" Chair: Toshiyuki Nishimura
15:20~16:00 [TS3-4]
"Design, Fabrication and Characterization of Multilayer Composites for Structural Use
Prof. Hideki Kakisawa (The University of Tokyo, JAPAN)
16:00~16:40 [TS3-5]
"Recent Progresses in Polymer Processing Technology Mainly Focused on Automobile Industrie"
Prof. Tadamoto Sakai (Shizuoka University, JAPAN)
16:40~17:00 [TS3-6]
"Impact of High-Pressure Torsion Deformation on Metallic Materials"
Prof. Koichi Tsuchiya (NIMS, JAPAN)
17:00~17:20 [TS3-7]
"Tailored Microstructure of Ceramics by Using Electric and Magnetic Fields"
Dr. Tohru Suzuki (NIMS, JAPAN)

June 6, Wed AM "Twinning in Various Crystals" Chair: Takahiro Sawaguchi
09:00~09:40 [TS3-8]
"Twinning and its Effect on Mechanical Properties of Metals"
Prof. Hideo Yoshinaga (Kyushu University, JAPAN)
09:40~10:20 [TS3-9]
"Formation of Nano-scale Twins and Double Twins during Fracture of Fine Grained Magnesium Alloys"
Dr. Alok Singh (NIMS, Japan)
10:20~10:40 Coffee Break
 10:40~11:20 [TS3-10]
"The Rolls of Deformation Twinning in Basal Textured AZ31 Mg Alloy"
Prof. Daisuke Ando (Tohoku University, JAPAN)
11:20~12:00 [TS3-11]
"Morphology and Crystallography of Self-Accommodated B19’ Martensite in Ti-Ni Shape Memory Alloys"
Prof. Minoru Nishida (Kyushu University, JAPAN)
 12:00~13:00 Lunch Time
PM "Lattice Defects and Mechanical Properties" Chair: Nobuaki Sekido
13:00~13:40 [TS3-12]
"The Effect of Thermodynamic Parameters on High Performance Materials with Respect to their Performance"
Dr. Jinichiro Nakano (National Energy Technology Laboratory, US Department of Energy, USA)
13:40~14:20 [TS3-13]
"Ab initio Approaches to Stacking Fault Energy Calculations in Mg-Y Alloys"
Dr. Martin Friak (Max-Planck Institute for Iron Research, GERMANY)
14:20~15:00 [TS3-14]
"Strengthening of Fe-Ni Based Alloys with Elastic Anomaly up to Ideal Strength"
Dr. Tadahiko Furuta (Toyota Central R.& D. Labs., Inc., JAPAN)
Conference Room 101
June 5, Tue PM "3D Tomography" Chair: Seiichiro Ii
13:00~13:05 [Opening]
Dr. Seiichiro Ii (NIMS, JAPAN)
13:05~13:45 [TS4-1]
"Advanced Electron Microscopy Techniques in the Quest for Better Functional Materials"
Prof. Dominique Schryvers (University of Antwerp, BELGIUM)
13:45~14:20 [TS4-2]
"Fitting Tomography-Based Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) to Structural Material Problems: toward Effective 3D TEM Imaging and Analysis"
Prof. Satoshi Hata (Kyushu University, JAPAN)
14:20~14:55 [TS4-3]
"Structural Material Genome Study by Advanced 3D4D Characterization"
Prof. Yoshitaka Adachi (Kagoshima University, JAPAN)
14:55~15:10 Coffee Break
"Microstructure Formation from Computational Modelling"  Chair: Ikumu Watanabe
15:10~15:50 [TS4-4]
"Efficient Phase-field Computation Coupled with Thermodynamic Database for Solidification in Multicomponent Alloys"
Prof. Seong Gyoon Kim (Kunsan National University, KOREA)
15:50~16:25 [TS4-5]
"Approaches to Bridge Phase-field Microstructure Modeling and Image-based Calculations of Materials Properties"
Prof. Toshiyuki Koyama (Nagoya Institute of Technology, JAPAN)
16:25~17:05 [TS4-6]
"Ideal Strength, Elastic Anisotropy, and Dislocations in Gum Metal"
Prof. Daryl C. Chrzan (University of California, Berkeley, USA)

June 6, Wed AM "Diffuse and Small-angle Scattering for Materials Science" Chair: Toshiyuki Koyama
09:00~09:50 [TS4-7]
"Advanced Methods of Neutron and X-ray Diffraction in Materials Science"
Prof. Gernot Kostorz (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, SWITZERLAND)
09:50~10:20 [TS4-8]
"Cluster Strengthening of Steels Characterization of Clusters with Diameter of 1nm
  - Small-Angle Scattering in Color –"
Dr. Masato Ohnuma (NIMS, JAPAN)
10:20~10:40 Coffee Break
"In-situ observation" Chair: Toru Hara
10:40~11:20 [TS4-9]
"Probing the Origin and Evolution of Strength and Ductility in Small Volumes with in situ TEM Nanomechanical Testing"
Prof. Andrew Minor (University of California, Berkeley, USA)
11:20~11:50 [TS4-10]
"Advantages of In-Situ Straining Tem Technique for Crack Propagation in Brittle Ceramic Materials"
Dr. Seiichiro Ii (NIMS, JAPAN)
11:50~13:20 Lunch Time
PM "Experimental and Theoretical Approaches to Interfacial Phenomena" Chair: Seiichiro Ii
13:20~13:55 [TS4-11]
"Atomic Simulations of Dislocation Emission Phenomena from Grain Boundaries"
Prof. Tomotsugu Shimokawa (Kanazawa University, JAPAN)
13:55~14:30 [TS4-12]
"Novel Atomic-Scale Characterization of Ceramic Interfaces by Advanced Electron Microscopy"
Prof. Naoya Shibata (The University of Tokyo, JAPAN)
14:30~15:05 [TS4-13]
"Design of High-Strength and High-Ductility Aluminum Alloys Using First-Principles Calculations: Theory and  Experiments"
Prof. Tokuteru Uesugi (Osaka Prefectural University, JAPAN)
15:05~15:40 [TS4-14]
"First-Principles Study on the Grain Boundary Decohesion of Iron by Solute Segregation:
Temper and Hydrogen-Induced Embrittlement"
Prof. Masatake Yamaguchi (Japan Atomic Energy Agency, JAPAN)
TS-5Material Reliability and Database
Conference Room 102
June 6, Wed AM Chair: Yoshinori Ono
09:00~09:10 [Opening]
Dr. Yoshiyuki Furuya (NIMS, JAPAN)
09:10~10:10 [TS5-1]
"Evaluation of Creep and Fatigue Lives under Operating Conditions in the Field"
Prof. Isamu Nonaka (Tohoku University, JAPAN)
10:10~10:20 Coffee Break
Chair: Yoshinori Ono
10:20~11:20 [TS5-2]
"Change in Composition of Rusts on Weathering Steel with Anions"
Prof. Toshiaki Ohtsuka (Hokkaido University, JAPAN)
11:20~12:00 [TS5-3]
"NIMS Structual Materials Data Sheets in Materials Information Station"
Dr. Toshio Ogata (NIMS, JAPAN)
12:00~13:00 Lunch Time
PM Chair: Yibin Xu
13:00~13:40 [TS5-4]
"Study on long term creep in NIMS and Creep Data Sheets"
Dr. Kazuhiro Kimura (NIMS, JAPAN)
13:40~14:20 [TS5-5]
"Study on Gigacycle Fatigue in NIMS and Fatigue Data Sheets"
Dr. Yoshiyuki Furuya (NIMS, JAPAN)
14:20~14:30 Coffee Break
Chair: Yibin Xu
14:30~15:10 [TS5-6]
"Atmospheric corrosion study in NIMS and Corrosion Data Sheets"
Dr. Akira Tahara (NIMS, JAPAN)
15:10~15:40 [TS5-7]
"Present Status and Future Prospects of NIMS Materials Database (MatNavi)"
Dr. Masayoshi Yamazaki (NIMS, JAPAN)