MS26: Complex Metallic Alloys: Periodic and Non Periodic

  • Louisa Meshi (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel)
  • Radoslaw Strzalka (Akademia Górniczo-Hutnicza University of Science and Technology, Poland)
  • Date:     Thursday, 22. August 2019
  • Time:    14:00 - 16:00
  • Venue:  BIG HS

Complex metallic alloys are interesting materials for their properties as well as for fundamental questions on crystal structures. The resolution of their structures is challenging since the structures are complex and there are no fixed bond angles or bond valence sums that can help verify the correctness a solution. We invite contributions on the characterization of these fascinating materials by electron crystallography or any other complementary method.

14:00 MS26-01 Some Recent Advances in the Surface Science of Complex Metallic Alloys
Ronan McGrath (University of Liverpool, United Kingdom) | Abstract preview
14:30 MS26-02 The Power of Analogy in Physics: From Faraday Waves through Soft Matter to Complex Metallic Alloys
Ron Lifshitz (University of Tel Aviv, Israel) | Abstract preview
15:00 MS26-03 Nucleation and Growth of Tenfold Twins of NiZr during Non-Equilibrium Solidification
Wolfgang Hornfeck (Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic) | Abstract preview
15:20 MS26-04 Theoretical Study of Single-Element Quasi-Periodic Thin Films Formed on Ag-In-Yb Quasicrystal
Kazuki Nozawa (Kagoshima University, Japan) | Abstract preview
15:40 MS26-05 Three Dimensional Local Atomic Configurations of Decagonal AlNiCo Quasicrystal Studied by X-Ray Fluorescence Holography
Marc de Boissieu (CNRS, Univ. Grenoble Alpes, France) | Abstract preview