Poster session 1

Monday 10 October, 18:10-20:00, Grands Echézeaux Hall

Symposium A

P1.01 Assessing the fracture strength of geological and related materials via an atomistically based J-integral
Reese Jones, Sandia, USA
P1.02 Influence of the yield stress on the evolution of a bubble population in a viscoplastic fluid: Consequences on the macroscopic swelling of bitumen drums
Antoine Marchal, CEA Marcoule - DEN/DTCD/SPDE/LP2C, France
P1.03 Modelling the support effect on the flux through an asymmetric oxygen transport gas separation membranes
Unoaku Unije, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Germany
P1.04 Wind load effect on silkworm silk fiber web structure
Isabelle Su, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
P1.05 Grain growth in porous oxides
Anter El-Azab, Purdue University, USA
P1.06 Synthesis of geopolymer foams
Petlitckaia Svetlana, CEA Marcoule, France
P1.07 Separation of pore cluster and defect influences on the failure behavior of Macro-Porous Ceramics
Phil Daro Krummrich, University of Bremen, Germany
P1.08 Acoustic properties of ceramic micro-scaffolds: FEM analysis and experiments
Alena Kruisova, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic
P1.09 From 3D images to 3D printed optimized materials
Sylvain Chupin, CEA, France


Mechanical behavior of silica aerogel using Molecular Dynamics simulations: the first modelling step for a multi-scale approach
William Gonçalves, Université Claude-Bernard Lyon 1, France

Symposium C

P1.11 Quantum molecular dynamics: accelerating diffusion via parallel replica method
Ivan Novoselov, All-Russian Research Institute of Automatics n.a. N.L.Dukhov, Russia
P1.12 Influence of meso and nanoscale structure on the properties of highly efficient small molecule solar cells
Pascal Friederich, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
P1.13 Facilitating reproducibility of multi-scale simulations using a modular workflow system
Pascal Friederich, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
P1.14 Feasible and reliable ab initio calculation of F-elements-bearing materials relevant for nuclear waste management
Piotr Kowalski, Forschungszentrum Juelich, Germany
P1.15 Representing atomic systems
Johannes Bulin, Fraunhofer Institute for Algorithms and Scientific Computing SCAI, Germany
P1.16 A hybrid parallel numerical algorithm for three-dimensional phase field modeling of crystal growth
Pavel Strachota, FJFI CVUT v Praze, Czech Republic
P1.17 Numerical and theoretical modeling of freeze-thaw damage in concrete
Tingtao Zhou, MIT, USA
P1.18 Development of EAM Fe-Y interaction potential
Sascha Koch, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

Symposium D

P1.19 Strain drop measurements of porous materials probing earthquake dynamics
Viktor Soprunyuk, University of Vienna, Austria
P1.20 Cooperative strings and glassy interfaces
Maxence Arutkin, ESPCI ParisTech, France
P1.21 A string model for the boson peak in amorphous materials
Fernando Lund, Universidad de Chile, Chile
P1.22 Ultrasonic techniques to detect dislocation proliferation
Fernando Lund, Universidad de Chile, Chile
P1.23 Random matrix model of amorphous solids
Yaroslav Beltukov, Ioffe Institute, Russia
P1.24 Linear viscoelastic characterization of heterogeneous, amorphous polymer blends in the megahertz frequency regime with acoustic wave devices
David Delgado, Northwestern University, USA
P1.25 Atomic-scale study of high-frequency energy dissipation in oxide glasses
Tanguy Damart, ILM, France
P1.26 Bond breaking in silica glass by water dimer: hybrid quantum-classical simulation
Ryo Kobayashi, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
P1.27 Finite-size effects in a model for plasticity of amorphous composites
Claire Lemarchand, Université Paris-Sud, France
P1.28 Kaiser effect in porous materials
Alessio Guarino, Université de la Réunion, France
P1.29 A computational framework for discrete shear transformation zone plasticity
Amine Benzerga, Texas A&M University, USA

Symposium E

P1.30 Micro-mechanical analysis of Oxide Dispersion Strengthened ferritic steel tubes transformed by cold pilgering mill
Elena Vakhitova, CEA SACLAY (DEN/SRMA), France
P1.31 Novel application of potts model for grain growth during welding using spparks
John Mitchell, Sandia National Laboraties, USA

Symposium F

P1.32 From glissile to sessile: influence of temperature on <110> slip in perovskite materials
Pierre Hirel, UMET, University Lille 1, France
P1.33 Size-dependent potential energy landscapes of vacancy migration in ionic nano particles
Tomoaki Niiyama, Kanazawa university, Japan
P1.34 Diffusion of vacancies in bcc metals and its dependence on temperature
Karen Fidanyan, Joint Institute for High Temperature of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
P1.35 Charge-variable interatomic potential for UO2 using a second moment tight-binding model
Duval Mbongo, IRSN, France
P1.36 Density functional theory calculations of vanadium carbides
Sebastian Echeverri Restrepo, SKF, Netherlands

Symposium G

P1.37 Modeling plasticity of MgO at the mesoscale by 2.5D Dislocation Dynamics
Karine Gouriet, UMET, CNRS UMR 8207 - Université Lille 1, France
P1.38 The Role of Dislocation Pile-up in Flow Stress Determination and Strain Hardening
Katrin Schulz, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
P1.39 Meso-scale simulation of dislocations in irradiated uranium dioxide using two-dimensional dislocation dynamics
Artem Lunev, Joint Institute for High Temperatures of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
P1.40 Multiscale theory for the climb of jogged dislocations
Pierre-Antoine Geslin, Institut Lumière Matière, Université Lyon 1-CNRS, France
P1.41 Investigation of the strengthening induced by coherent precipitates with Dislocation Dynamics
Sylvain Queyreau, LSPM CNRS - Univ. Paris XIII, France
P1.42 Hydrogen and helium solute effects on screw dislocations in bcc Fe and W from first principles
Lisa Ventelon, CEA, France
P1.43 The Bauschinger effect in highly confined thin films: a discrete dislocation plasticity study
Sana Waheed, Imperial College London, UK

Symposium I

P1.44 Megahertz frequency rheology of resin-filled silicone elastomers characterized by quartz crystal resonators
Joshua Yeh, Northwestern University, USA
P1.45 Plastic events of  polycrystals under cyclic deformation
Pritam Kumar Jana, Aalto University, Finland
P1.46 Coarse-grained simulations of polymer matrix compites
Jaafar El-Awady, Johns Hopkins University, USA
P1.47 Computational smart polymer design based on elastin protein mutability
Anna Tarakanova, MIT, USA
P1.48 Modelling of size effects in thin polymer films and characterization by molecular dynamics
Fabrice Detrez, Université Paris Est, Laboratoire MSME, France
P1.49 The influence of crosslinking agents on the deformation mechanisms of thermosetting polymer: a molecular dynamics study
Hyungbum Park, Seoul National University, South Korea
P1.50 Multiscale approach to characterize crosslinking-dependent interphase region of epoxy nanocomposites
Byungjo Kim, Seoul National University, South Korea
P1.51 Effective elastic properties of polymeric nanocomposites including the cluster of nanoparticles: Multiscale homogenization approach
Joonmyung Choi, Seoul National University, South Korea
P1.52 Flow induced alignment of dilute collagen acidic solutions in simple shear and mixed shear-extensional flows for biological plywood formation
Oscar Aguilar Gutierrez, McGill University, Canada
P1.53 Nanocavitation during deformation of PE/CNT nanocomposite
Nikita Orekhov, Joint Institute for High Temperatures of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
P1.54 Comparative study of two anisotropic damage models based on multi-mechanisms approaches for semi-crystalline polymers
Walid Ayadi, Institut Supérieur des Etudes Technologiques de RADES, Tunisia

Symposium K

P1.55 Silicon nanoparticles grown by magnetron sputtering: crystallisation through hybridisation
Panagiotis Grammatikopoulos, OIST, Japan
P1.56 Metal-oxide interface effect on the structure of silver nanoparticles deposited on amorphous silica support
Joel Puibasset, CNRS, France
P1.57 Ordering and surface segregation in CoPt nanoparticles: From surface alloys to nanoalloys
Alexis Front, CNRS/CINaM, France
P1.58 Atomic structure and local electronic properties of IrPd nanoalloys
Tsiky Andriamiharintsoa, IPCMS, CNRS-Université de Strasbourg, France

Symposium N

P1.59 Effect to replacement Of V By Nb And Fe on the tribological behavior of biomedical titanium alloys
Fellah Mamoun, Mechanical Engineering Department, Algeria
P1.60 Coarse-grained simulations of polyelectrolyte brush interfaces
Tomoyuki Kinjo, Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc., Japan
P1.61 ReacLub: Strong coupling between flow and physical chemistry in lubricated contacts
Stéphane Tromp, LaMCoS, France
P1.62 Study of diffusion and adsorption mechanisms of amine-based friction modifiers using Tight-Binding and Molecular Dynamics simulations
Rafael Pereira de Matos, Laboratoire de Tribologie et Systèmes Dynamiques - Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France
P1.63 Shear response of a fluid under extreme pressure and stress
Serigne Ndiaga Ndiaye, LAMCOS, France
P1.64 Quantum chemical molecular dynamics simulations for clarifying super-low friction mechanism of carbon nitride thin films
Miho Saito, Tohoku Univerity, Japan
P1.65 Multiscale modeling of friction in structured surfaces
Gianluca Costagliola, University of Torino, Italy
P1.66 Understanding of the electronic structure and mechanism of linkage isomerization in molybdenum dithiocarbamate
Manuel Cobian, ECL-LTDS, France
P1.67 Development of movable cellular automata for the prediction of friction and wear
Nadia Salman, University of Leeds, UK

Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline (oral):
    February 15th, 2016
  • Abstract acceptance notification:
    April 1st, 2016
  • Abstract submission deadline (poster):
    May 31st, 2016
  • Application deadline for student and post-doc grants:
    July, 18th 2016
  • Early registration deadline:
    September 5th, 2016
  • Image competition deadline
    September 15th, 2016
  • Registration deadline:
    October 7th, 2016

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