Focused Session CA-10
Functionally Inorganic Graded Materials

Ivar E. REIMANIS, Colorado School of Mines, USA

Sergey ALEXANDROV, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
Valeria CANNILLO, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy
Martin FRIESS, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
Akira KAWASAKI, Tohoku University, Japan
Sasa NOVAK KRMPOTIC, Jozef Stefan Institute, Slovenia
Marek-Jerzy PINDERA, University of Virginia, USA
Luis Augusto ROCHA, UNESP, Brazil
Siegfried SCHMAUDER, University of Stuttgart, Germany
Yoshimi WATANABE, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
Zhangjian ZHOU, School of Materials Science and Engineering, China
Functionally graded materials embody continuous spatial variation in composition and microstructure purposely designed to tailor their mechanical, thermal, electrical, optical and biological properties.
Various approaches based on e.g. particulate processing, layer processing, energy, beams, diffusion processes, additive manufacturing etc are used to obtain functionally graded materials possessing passive, active and multifunctional capabilities  suitable for a wide range of civil, industrial, automotive, energy, aerospace and medical applications.
This Focused Session will discuss aspect related to design, processing and characterization of the wide range of inorganic FGMs including their performance, reliability and life cycle during use.

Session Topics

Design criteria synthesis and processing of FGM bulk materials, composites and hybrids

Functionally graded thin films and coatings

Characterization, structure and functionality

FGMs for mechanical and thermochemical applications

FGMs for functional and multifunctional applications

Modelling and simulation of materials and processes


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