Nanoporous Materials by Alloy Corrosion
The fourth International Symposium of Nanporous Materials by Alloy Corrosion is scheduled for the Summer of 2022. Inaugurated in 2014, the biannual symposium features the sharing of unpublished work and critical debate for the exchange of ideas in the dealloying community and beyond. (More about the 2nd and the 3rd symposia.)
While we have not yet confirmed the dates given the uncertainty of international travel, we bring you a monthly series of webinars, highlighting recent advances in the field and reuniting the community virtually. Check this page for the upcoming webinars.
Dec. 2, 8:00 pm HKT; 8:00 am EST;
12:00 pm GMT.
Dec. 2, 9:00 pm HKT; 9:00 am EST;
13:00 pm GMT. Zoom link
We will combine fabrication and modeling for the last webinar of 2021. In the first session, we will hear from Dr. Luhrs about his effort towards robust, functional nanoporous base metals and from Dr. Wada on liquid metal dealloying.
Hamburg University of Technology
In the second session, Dr. Geslin will discuss the thermodynamics and kinetics in the phase field modeling of liquid metal dealloying, and Claudia will talk about finding structural descriptors for nanoporous metals via finite element methods.
More to be announced
Electrocatalysis, Aug 2nd, by Yi Ding and Josh Snyder
Mechanics, Sep 7th, by Hai-jun Jin and Shan Shi
Functions, Sep 21st, by Jiuhui Han and Zhen Qi
Characterization, Oct 12th, by Karen Chen-Wiegar, Pan Liu and Sam Welborn
Dynamics, Nov 4th, by Ian McCue, Gunther Wittstock and Qing Chen