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Symposium CM3 : Mechanics and Tribology at the NanoscaleIn Situ and In Silico Investigations

2016-03-28   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Lars Pastewka, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Tevis Jacobs, University of Pittsburgh
Ju Li, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Qian Yu, University of Michigan

Symposium Support

Asylum Research, an Oxford Instruments Company
Bruker Nano Surfaces
Hysitron, Inc.
Nanoscience Instruments, Inc.
Nanosurf, Inc.
Zygo Corporation
CM3.1: Nanostructures and Nanomaterials
Session Chairs
James Kermode
Lars Pastewka
Monday PM, March 28, 2016
PCC North, 100 Level, Room 126 B

1:30 PM - *CM3.1.01
Strength and Deformation of Far-from-Equilibrium Metallic Systems at the Nano-Scale: High-Entropy Alloys and Metallic Glasses

Julia Greer 1,Adenike Giwa 1,Rachel Liontas 1,David Chen 1,Karin Dahmen 2,Peter Liaw 3

1 California Inst of Technology Pasadena United States,2 University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign United States3 University of Tennessee Knoxville United States

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2:00 PM - CM3.1.02
Mechanical Properties of Freestanding Thin-Film Platinum

Zayd Leseman 1

1 Univ of New Mexico Albuquerque United States,

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2:15 PM - CM3.1.03
In Situ TEM Investigations of Metallic Nanobridges under Two Dynamic Conditions: Heating and Voltage Apply

Tatiana Kozlova 2,Henny Zandbergen 2

1 Delft University of Technology Delft Netherlands,2 Kavli Institute of Nanoscience Delft Netherlands,

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2:30 PM - CM3.1.04
Mechanical Behavior of Carbon Nanotube Forests Grown with Chemical Vapor Deposition

Parisa Pour Shahid Saeed Abadi 1,Matthew Maschmann 4,Stephen Hodson 2,Timothy Fisher 2,Jeffery Baur 3,Samuel Graham 1,Baratunde Cola 1

1 School of Mechanical Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta United States,4 Department of Mechanical amp; Aerospace Engineering University of Missouri Columbia United States2 School of Mechanical Engineering Purdue University Lafayette United States3 Materials and Manufacturing Directorate Air Force Research Laboratory Wright-Patterson Air Force Base United States

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2:45 PM - CM3.1.05
Exploring the Limit of Dislocation Based Plasticity in Nanostructured Metals

Darcy Hughes 1,Niels Hansen 2

1 Consultant Fremont United States,2 Department of Wind Energy, Risoe Campus Technical University of Denmark Roskilde Denmark

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3:00 PM -
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3:30 PM - CM3.1.06
Mechanical Properties of Nanoporous Gold

Xiying Chen 1,Karl Sieradzki 1

1 Arizona State University Tempe United States,

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3:45 PM - CM3.1.07
Quantifying Mean Strength of Nanoscale Gold by Testing Nanoporous Gold at Macroscopic Scale

Ling-Zhi Liu 1,Xing-Long Ye 1,Hai-Jun Jin 1

1 Shenyang National Laboratory for Materials Science Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences Shenyang China,

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4:00 PM - CM3.1.08
Visualization of Laser-Induced Mechanical Motion in a HAMR Lamella with Ultrafast Electron Microscopy

Pranav Suri 2,Colin Scheibner 2,Justin Brons 1,John Duda 1,Michael Kautzky 1,David Flannigan 2

2 Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science University of Minnesota Minneapolis United States,1 Seagate Technology Bloomington United States

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4:15 PM - CM3.1.09
In Situ SEM Study of Mechanical Properties of a Diffusion Pt-Aluminide (PtAl) Bond Coat at Elevated Temperatures

Sanjit Bhowmick 1,Zafir Alam 2,S. A. Syed Asif 1

1 Hysitron Inc Eden Prairie United States,2 High Temperature Coatings Defence Metallurgical Research Laboratory Hyderabad India

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4:30 PM - *CM3.1.10
Insights into the Mechanical Behavior of Nanoporous Gold from In Situ Nanoindentation-Based Testing and 3D Structural Characterization

Erica Lilleodden 1,Kaixiong Hu 1,Markus Ziehmer 1

1 Institute of Materials Research, Materials Mechanics Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht Geesthacht Germany,

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2016-03-29   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Lars Pastewka, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Tevis Jacobs, University of Pittsburgh
Ju Li, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Qian Yu, University of Michigan

Symposium Support

Asylum Research, an Oxford Instruments Company
Bruker Nano Surfaces
Hysitron, Inc.
Nanosurf, Inc.
CM3.2: Chemomechanics
Session Chairs
Tevis Jacobs
Tuesday PM, March 29, 2016
PCC North, 100 Level, Room 126 B

1:30 PM - *CM3.2.01
Atomic–Scale Tribology Elucidated by in situ Approaches

Robert Carpick 1

1 Univ of Pennsylvania Philadelphia United States,

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2:00 PM - CM3.2.02
Multiscale Modelling of Materials Chemomechanics: From Stress Corrosion Cracking to Catastrophic Brittle Fracture

James Kermode 1

1 University of Warwick Coventry United Kingdom,

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2:15 PM - CM3.2.03
Activation and Mechanochemical Breaking of C-C Bonds at the Tribological Interface between Diamond and Silica

Gianpietro Moras 1,Anke Peguiron 1,Michael Walter 4,Hiroshi Uetsuka 2,Lars Pastewka 1,Michael Moseler 4

1 Fraunhofer IWM Freiburg Germany,1 Fraunhofer IWM Freiburg Germany,4 University of Freiburg Freiburg Germany2 Asahi Diamond Industrial Co. Ltd. Ichihara Japan3 Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Karlsruhe Germany,1 Fraunhofer IWM Freiburg Germany

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2:30 PM - CM3.2.04
Structural Modifications Due to Interface Chemistry at Metal-Nitride Interfaces

Satyesh Yadav 1,Shuai Shao 1,Jian Wang 2,Xiang-Yang Liu 1

1 Los Alamos National Laboratory Los Alamos United States,1 Los Alamos National Laboratory Los Alamos United States,2 University of Nebraska–Lincoln Lincoln United States

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2:45 PM -
Discussion Time

3:00 PM -
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CM3.3: Extreme Conditions
Session Chairs
Till Junge
Tuesday PM, March 29, 2016
PCC North, 100 Level, Room 126 B

3:30 PM - CM3.3.01
High Temperature Creep and High-Throughput Mechanical Measurements at Nanometer Length Scale

Syed Asif Syed Amanulla 1

1 Ramp;D Hysitron Minneapolis United States,

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3:45 PM - CM3.3.02
Nanowire Deformations and Axial Junction Constructions in Tandem with Photocurrent Measurements Inside a Transmission Electron Microscope

Chao Zhang 2,Zhi Xu 3,Dmitry Kvashnin 4,Pavel Sorokin 5,Cretu Ovidiu 1,Dmitri Golberg 2

1 National Institute for Materials Science Tsukuba-shi Japan,2 University of Tsukuba Tsukuba-shi Japan,3 Chinese Academy of Sciences Beijing China4 National University of Science and Technology Moscow Russian Federation4 National University of Science and Technology Moscow Russian Federation,5 Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology Dolgoprudny Russian Federation1 National Institute for Materials Science Tsukuba-shi Japan

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4:00 PM - CM3.3.03
Anomalous Breeding of High-Speed Dislocations#xD; #xD;

Qing-Jie Li 1,Ju Li 2,Zhiwei Shan 3,Evan Ma 1

1 Johns Hopkins University Baltimore United States,2 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge United States3 Xi'an Jiaotong University Xi'an China

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4:15 PM - CM3.3.04
A Pull-to-Bend Testing Technique for Single Crystal Silicon

Mohamed Elhebeary 1,Taher Saif 1

1 Mechanical Engineering University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Urbana United States,

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4:30 PM - CM3.3.05
Dislocation Nucleation in Nanoscale Single Crystals

Qing-Jie Li 1,Bin Xu 2,Evan Ma 1

1 Johns Hopkins University Baltimore United States,2 Shanghai Jiao Tong University Shanghai China

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2016-03-30   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Lars Pastewka, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Tevis Jacobs, University of Pittsburgh
Ju Li, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Qian Yu, University of Michigan

Symposium Support

Asylum Research, an Oxford Instruments Company
Bruker Nano Surfaces
Hysitron, Inc.
Nanoscience Instruments, Inc.
Nanosurf, Inc.
Zygo Corporation
CM3.4/CM1.2: Joint Session: Advanced In Situ TEM
Session Chairs
Daniel Gianola
Lars Pastewka
Thomas Walther
Wednesday AM, March 30, 2016
PCC North, 100 Level, Room 121 AB

8:00 AM - CM3.4.01/CM1.2.01
Compressive Property of Aerographite Spiky-Shell Particles as Studied by In Situ Electron Microscopy

Kaori Hirahara 2,Koji Hiraishi 1,Konan Imadate 1,Yuichiro Hirota 3,Norikazu Nishiyama 3

1 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University Osaka University Suita Japan,2 Center for Atomic and Molecular Technologies, Graduate School of Engineering Osaka University Suita Japan,1 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University Osaka University Suita Japan3 Division of Chemical Engineering, Graduate School of Science and Engineering Osaka University Suita Japan

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8:15 AM - CM3.4.02/CM1.202
In Situ TEM Observations of Superelastic Deformation in Ferroelectric Nanostructures

Yu Deng 3,Chengping Zhang 1,Christoph Gammer 2,Jim Ciston 3,Andrew Minor 2

1 Physics School, Nanjing Univ. Nanjing China,3 National Center for Electron Microscopy, Molecular Foundry, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Berkeley United States,1 Physics School, Nanjing Univ. Nanjing China3 National Center for Electron Microscopy, Molecular Foundry, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Berkeley United States,2 Department of Materials Science amp; Engineering, University of California Berkeley United States3 National Center for Electron Microscopy, Molecular Foundry, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Berkeley United States

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8:30 AM - *CM3.4.03/CM1.2.03
In Situ TEM Investigations of Mechanics and Tribology at the Nanoscale

Hiroyuki Fujita 1

1 Univ of Tokyo Tokyo Japan,

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9:00 AM - CM3.4.04/CM1.2.04
Micro Strain Measurements on Amorphous Titanium Aluminide Thin-Films during in situ TEM Straining

Rohit Sarkar 1,Christian Ebner 2,Jagannathan Rajagopalan 1,Christian Rentenberger 2

1 Arizona State University Tempe United States,2 University of Vienna Vienna Austria

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9:15 AM - CM3.4.05/CM1.2.05
Characterization of Defect Motion at High Strain Rates by Dynamic TEM in situ Mechanical Testing

Thomas Voisin 1,Michael Grapes 1,Yong Zhang 1,Nicholas Lorenzo 2,Jonathan Ligda 2,Brian Schuster 2,Melissa Santala 3,Tian Li 3,Geoffrey Campbell 3,Timothy Weihs 1

1 Johns Hopkins University Baltimore United States,2 Army Research Laboratory Aberdeen Proving Ground United States3 Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Livermore United States

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9:30 AM - *CM3.4.06/CM1.2.06
Local Strain Measurements during in situ TEM Deformation with Nanobeam Electron Diffraction

Andrew Minor 2

1 Univ of California-Berkeley Berkeley United States,2 Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Berkeley United States,

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10:00 AM -
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10:30 AM - *CM3.4.07/CM1.2.07
In Situ Transmission Electron Microscope on Micro-Plastic Behavior under Single Asperity Friction

Scott Mao 1

1 Dept. of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science Univ of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh United States,

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11:00 AM - CM3.4.08/CM1.2.08
In Situ TEM Straining with Automated Crystal Orientation Mapping of Ultrafine-Grained Aluminum Films with Different Textures

Ehsan Izadi 1,Amith Darbal 2,Rohit Sarkar 1,Pedro Peralta 1,Jagannathan Rajagopalan 1

1 Arizona State University Tempe United States,2 AppFive, LLC Tempe United States

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11:15 AM - CM3.4.09/CM1.2.09
Anomalous Beam Effects During In Situ TEM Deformation of Nanocrystalline and Ultrafine-Grained Metals

Rohit Sarkar 1,Christian Rentenberger 2,Jagannathan Rajagopalan 1

1 Arizona State Univ Tempe United States,2 University of Vienna Vienna Austria

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11:30 AM - *CM3.4.10/CM1.2.10
Quantitative Dislocation Dynamics through In Situ Indentation in HRTEM

Nan Li 3,Jian Wang 2,Amit Misra 1

3 LANL Los Alamos United States,2 Univ of Nebraska Lincoln United States1 Univ of Michigan Ann Arbor United States

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CM3.5/CM1.3: Joint Session: In Situ Session
Session Chairs
Edward Boyes
Thomas Walther
Wednesday PM, March 30, 2016
PCC North, 100 Level, Room 121 AB

1:30 PM - CM3.5.01/CM1.3.01
Characterizing Working Catalysts with Correlated Electron and Photon Probes

Eric Stach 1,Yuanyuan LI 2,Shen Zhao 3,Anatoly Frenkel 2,Ralph Nuzzo 3,Jingguang Chen 4,Andrew Gamalski 1

1 Center for Functional Nanomaterials Brookhaven National Laboratory Upton United States,2 Department of Physics Yeshiva University New York United States3 Department of Chemistry University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign Urbana United States4 Department of Chemical Engineering Columbia University New York United States

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1:45 PM - CM3.5.02/CM1.3.02
Aberration-Corrected Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy of Supported Metal Single-Atom Catalysts

Jingyue Liu 1

1 Arizona State Univ Tempe United States,

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2:00 PM - CM3.5.03/CM1.3.03
Aberration Corrected Operando TEM of Catalyst Nanoparticle Surfaces during Catalysis

Benjamin Miller 1,Peter Crozier 1

1 Arizona State University Tempe United States,

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2:15 PM - CM3.5.04/CM1.3.04
Understanding the Reduction Processes of Shape Controlled Fe2O3 Catalysts by Aberration-Corrected Environmental TEM

Yan Zhou 1,Yong Li 1,Datong Yuchi 2,Jingyue Liu 3,Wenjie Shen 1

1 State Key Laboratory of Catalysis Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics Dalian China,2 School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy Arizona State University Tempe United States3 Department of Physics Arizona State University Tempe United States

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2:30 PM - *CM3.5.05/CM1.3.05
AC ESTEM/ETEM Studies of the Dynamics of Single Atoms and Nanoparticles in Catalysts under Continuous in situ Reaction Conditions

Edward Boyes 2,Pratibha Gai 1

2 University of York York United Kingdom,1 Chemistry University of York York United Kingdom

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3:00 PM -
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3:30 PM - *CM3.5.06/CM1.3.06
In Situ Environmental TEM study of Materials Processes at the Atomic Scale Using a Cs Corrector

Seiji Takeda 1,Naoto Kamiuchi 1,Ryotaro Aso 1,Kentaro Soma 1,Hideto Yoshida 1

1 Osaka Univ Ibaraki Japan,

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4:00 PM - CM3.5.07/CM1.3.07
Testing and Application of an in situ Illumination System for an Aberration-Corrected ETEM

Qianlang Liu 1,Peter Crozier 1

1 Arizona State Univ Tempe United States,

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4:15 PM - CM3.5.08/CM1.3.08
Differential Phase Contrast Analysis with a Unitary Detector for Multiscale Characterization of Magnetic Nanomaterials

Sergei Lopatin 1,Yurii Ivanov 1,Jurgen Kosel 1,Andrey Chuvilin 2

1 King Abdulla University of Science amp; Technology Thuwal Saudi Arabia,2 CIC nanoGUNE Donostia-San Sebastian Spain

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4:30 PM - CM3.5.09/CM1.3.09
Controlled Dose for Aberration Corrected In Situ (Scanning) Transmission Electron Microscopy Observations of Iron Oxide Nanoparticle Reduction Dynamics

Ryan Hufschmid 2,Eric Teeman 1,Layla Mehdi 2,Eric Jensen 2,Chiwoo Park 3,Kannan Krishnan 1,Nigel Browning 2

1 Materials Science and Engineering University of Washington Seattle United States,2 Fundamental and Computational Sciences Directorate Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Richland United States,1 Materials Science and Engineering University of Washington Seattle United States2 Fundamental and Computational Sciences Directorate Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Richland United States3 Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Florida State University Tallahassee United States

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2016-03-31   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Lars Pastewka, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Tevis Jacobs, University of Pittsburgh
Ju Li, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Qian Yu, University of Michigan

Symposium Support

Asylum Research, an Oxford Instruments Company
Bruker Nano Surfaces
Hysitron, Inc.
Nanoscience Instruments, Inc.
Nanosurf, Inc.
Zygo Corporation
CM3.6: Disordered Systems
Session Chairs
Scott Mao
Thursday AM, March 31, 2016
PCC North, 100 Level, Room 126 B

8:30 AM - CM3.6.01
Brittle to Ductile Transition with Indentation Size in Silicate Glasses

Shefford Baker 1,Lisa Lamberson 2,Caila Cohen 1

1 Cornell Univ Ithaca United States,1 Cornell Univ Ithaca United States,2 Corning Incorporated Corning United States

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8:45 AM - *CM3.6.02
Commonalities in Localized Plastic Deformation in Disordered Materials Visualized during In Situ Deformation Experiments

Daniel Strickland 1,Daniel Magagnosc 1,Jyo Lyn Hor 1,Alexander Klebnikov 1,Daeyeon Lee 1,Daniel Gianola 2

1 Univ of Pennsylvania Philadelphia United States,1 Univ of Pennsylvania Philadelphia United States,2 Materials Department University of California Santa Barbara United States

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9:15 AM - CM3.6.03
Extreme Tensile Ductility in Sputtered Zr-Ni-Al Nano-Sized Metallic Glass

Rachel Liontas 1,Mehdi Zadeh 2,Qiaoshi Zeng 3,Yong-Wei Zhang 2,Julia Greer 1,Wendy Mao 4

1 California Inst of Technology Pasadena United States,2 Institute Of High Performance Computing Singapore Singapore3 Carnegie Institution of Washington Baltimore United States4 Stanford University Stanford United States

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9:30 AM - CM3.6.04
Low Rate Dynamic Fracture Simulation of Toughening in Polymers via Highly Ordered Nanoplatelets

Garrett Nygren 1,Ryan Karkkainen 1

1 University of Miami Coral Gables United States,

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9:45 AM - CM3.6.05
A Multi-Bond Model of Single-Asperity Wear at the Nano-Scale

Yuchong Shao 1,Michael Falk 1

1 Johns Hopkins University Baltimore United States,

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10:00 AM -
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CM3.7: Leading-Edge Techniques
Session Chairs
Tevis Jacobs
Thursday AM, March 31, 2016
PCC North, 100 Level, Room 126 B

10:30 AM - CM3.7.01
Raman Spectroscopy Enhanced IIT: In Situ Analysis of Mechanically Stressed Materials

Yvonne Gerbig 2,Chris Michaels 1,Robert Cook 1

1 Material Measurement Laboratory NIST Gaithersburg United States,2 School of Engineering amp; Applied Science The George Washington University Washington United States,1 Material Measurement Laboratory NIST Gaithersburg United States

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10:45 AM - CM3.7.02
Quantitative AM-FM Mode for Fast and Versatile Imaging of Nanoscale Elastic Modulus

Marta Kocun 1,Aleksander Labuda 1,Waiman Meinhold 1,Roger Proksch 1

1 Asylum Research, an Oxford Instruments Company Santa Barbara United States,

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11:00 AM - CM3.7.03
Quantitative Measurements of Electromechanical Response with Interferometric Atomic Force Microscopy

Aleksander Labuda 1,Roger Proksch 1

1 Asylum Research Santa Barbara United States,

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11:15 AM - CM3.7.04
Advances in Bimodal Viscoelastic Nanomechanical Mapping

Aleksander Labuda 1,Marta Kocun 1,Roger Proksch 1

1 Asylum Research Santa Barbara United States,

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11:30 AM - CM3.7.05
Acoustic Detection of Phase Transitions at the Nanoscale

Rama Vasudevan 1,Hamidreza Khassaf 2,Ye Cao 1,Shujun Zhang 3,Alexander Tselev 1,Ben Carmichael 4,Baris Okatan 1,Stephen Jesse 1,Long-Qing Chen 3,S. Pamir Alpay 2,Sergei Kalinin 1,Nazanin Bassiri-Gharb 5

1 Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge United States,2 Department of Materials Science and Engineering University of Connecticut Storrs United States3 Department of Materials Science and Engineering Pennsylvania State University University Park United States4 University of Alabama Tuscaloosa United States5 School of Materials Science and Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta United States

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11:45 AM - CM3.7.06
A Novel Method for in situ Material Characterization of Electromechanical Behavior in Metals

Wonmo Kang 1,Iyoel Beniam 2,Siddiq Qidwai 2

1 Liedos Corporation Arlington United States,2 Naval Research Laboratory Washington United States

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CM3.8: Polymers and Bioinspired Materials
Session Chairs
Michael Falk
Thursday PM, March 31, 2016
PCC North, 100 Level, Room 126 B

1:30 PM - CM3.8.01
Friction Dynamics of Geckolike Materials

Jonathan Puthoff 1

1 Cal Poly Pomona Pomona United States,

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1:45 PM - CM3.8.02
Biomechanical Measurements with a Centrifugal Force Quartz Crystal Microbalance

Frank Vollmer 1

1 Max-Planck-Inst Erlangen Germany,

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2:00 PM - CM3.8.03
Mapping of Nanoscale Mechanical Properties of Polymers in Quasistatic and Oscillatory Atomic Force Microscopy Modes

Sergei Magonov 1,Marko Surtchev 1,John Alexander 1,Sergey Belikov 1

1 NT-MDT Development Inc Tempe United States,

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2:15 PM - CM3.8.04
Fundamental Limits of Material Toughening with Molecularly Confined Polymers

Scott Isaacson 1,Krystelle Lionti 2,Willi Volksen 2,Teddie Magbitang 2,Yusuke Matsuda 1,Reinhold Dauskardt 1,Geraud Dubois 1

1 Materials Science and Engineering Stanford University Stanford United States,2 Hybrid Polymeric Materials IBM Almaden Research Center San Jose United States2 Hybrid Polymeric Materials IBM Almaden Research Center San Jose United States,1 Materials Science and Engineering Stanford University Stanford United States

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2:30 PM - CM3.8.05
Nanoscale Friction of Uniaxially Stretched Polymer Films

Marina Ruths 1,Xin Xu 1,Emmanuelle Reynaud 1,Daniel Schmidt 1

1 Univ of Massachusetts-Lowell Lowell United States,

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2:45 PM - CM3.8.06
Electrical Charging Effects on the Sliding Friction of a Model Nano-Confined Ionic Liquid

Rosario Capozza 2,Andrea Benassi 3,Andrea Vanossi 3,Erio Tosatti 4

1 Instituto Italiano di Tecnologia Genova Italy,2 International School For Advanced Studies (SISSA) Trieste Italy,3 CNR-IOM Democritos National Simulation Center Trieste Italy2 International School For Advanced Studies (SISSA) Trieste Italy,3 CNR-IOM Democritos National Simulation Center Trieste Italy,4 International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) Trieste Italy

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3:00 PM -
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CM3.9: Making and Breaking of Contacts
Session Chairs
Gianpietro Moras
Thursday PM, March 31, 2016
PCC North, 100 Level, Room 126 B

3:15 PM - *CM3.9.01
Size Effects in Friction and Wear

Izabela Szlufarska 1

1 Univ of Wisconsin Madison United States,

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3:45 PM - *CM3.9.02
In Silico and In Situ Studies of the Formation and Separation of Contacts between Nanoscale Bodies

Ashlie Martini 1,Rimei Chen 1,Xiaoli Hu 1,Sai Vishnubhotla 2,Subarna Khanal 2,Tevis Jacobs 2

1 Univ of California-Merced Merced United States,2 University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh United States

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4:15 PM - CM3.9.03
Modeling AFM Adhesion Measurements on Rough Substrates

Till Junge 1,Michael Schaefer 1,Christian Greiner 1,Lars Pastewka 1

1 Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Karlsruhe Germany,

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4:30 PM - CM3.9.04
Finite Element Analysis of Adhesive Contact of the Weierstrass Profile

Harish Radhakrishnan 1,Sreekanth Akarapu 1

1 ANSYS Inc. Houston United States,

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4:45 PM - CM3.9.05
Multifunctional Ultra-Flat VA-CNTs Film; Towards High Static Friction, Low Adhesion, and Assembly of Nanoparticles on 3D Patterned Surfaces

Sanghyun Hong 1,Troy Lundstorm 1,Hamed Abdi 1,Ji Hao 1,Sun Kyoung Jeoung 2,Ashkan Vaziri 1,Nader Jalili 1,Yung Joon Jung 1

1 Northeastern Univ Boston United States,1 Northeastern Univ Boston United States,2 Korea Automotive Technology Institute Chonan Korea (the Republic of)

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CM3.10: Poster Session
Session Chairs
Tevis Jacobs
Ju Li
Lars Pastewka
Qian Yu
Thursday PM, March 31, 2016
Sheraton, Third Level, Phoenix Ballroom

8:00 PM - CM3.10.01
A Quantitative In Situ Transmission Electron Microscopy Study On Room Temperature Ductility of TiAl Alloys

Seong-Woong Kim 1,Young-Sang Na 1,Jong-Taek Yeom 1,Seung-Eon Kim 1,Andrew Minor 3

1 KIMS Changwon Korea (the Republic of),2 University of California Berkeley United States,3 Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Berkeley United States

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8:00 PM - CM3.10.02
High Output Triboelectric Nanogenerator with Work Function Controlled Metal

Taewan Kim 1,JeongHwan Lee 2,Sang-Woo Kim 2,Taiho Park 1

1 POSTECH Pohang Korea (the Republic of),2 Sungkyungkwan University Seoul Korea (the Republic of)

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8:00 PM - CM3.10.03
Typical Friction Behavior of Copper Film in Response to CeO2 Indenter Scratch Tests

Ning Xu 1,Weizhong Han 1,Zhiwei Shan 1

1 Center for Advancing Materials Performance from the Nanoscale (CAMP-Nano) amp; Hysitron Applied Research Center in China (HARCC), State Key Laboratory for Mechanical Behavior of Materials, Xi’an Jiaotong University, Xi’an, 710049, China XIAN China,

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8:00 PM - CM3.10.04
Elementary Processes of Microstructure Evolution in Copper under Reciprocating Tribological Loading

Zhilong Liu 1,Luis Strassberger 1,Peter Gumbsch 2,Christian Greiner 1

1 Institute of Applied Materials (IAM) Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) Karlsruhe Germany,1 Institute of Applied Materials (IAM) Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) Karlsruhe Germany,2 Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials IWM Freiburg Germany

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8:00 PM - CM3.10.05
Frictional Properties of Graphene Films Studied by Atomic Force Microscopy

Junho Choi 1,Kento Yoshimura 1

1 Univ of Tokyo Tokyo Japan,

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8:00 PM - CM3.10.06
Examining Nanoindentation Imprints with In Situ AFM-SEM

Megan Cordill 1,Josef Kreith 1,Tobias Strunz 2,Ernest Fantner 2

1 Erich Schmid Inst Leoben Austria,2 GETec KG Vienna Austria

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8:00 PM - CM3.10.07
Spontaneous Graphene Dewetting: Scanning Raman Analysis

Toby Hallam 1,James Annett 1,Graham Cross 1

1 Trinity College Dublin Dublin Ireland,

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8:00 PM - CM3.10.09
Curvature Dependent Wettability of Carbon Nanotubes

Konan Imadate 1,Kaori Hirahara 2

1 Mechanical Engineering Osaka University Suita Japan,1 Mechanical Engineering Osaka University Suita Japan,2 Center for Atomic and Molecular Technologies Osaka University Suita Japan

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8:00 PM - CM3.10.11
Incorporation of High Density Polyethylene with CNT Yarn for Improved Mechanical Properties

Ehsan Jazaeri 1,Stephen Hawkins 2,Robert Shanks 3,George Simon 1

1 Materials Science and Engineering Monash University Clayton Australia,2 School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Queen's University Belfast Belfast United Kingdom3 School of Applied Sciences Science, Engineering and Health RMIT University Melbourne Australia

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2016-04-01   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Lars Pastewka, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Tevis Jacobs, University of Pittsburgh
Ju Li, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Qian Yu, University of Michigan

Symposium Support

Asylum Research, an Oxford Instruments Company
Bruker Nano Surfaces
Hysitron, Inc.
Nanoscience Instruments, Inc.
Nanosurf, Inc.
Zygo Corporation
CM3.11: Sliding, Scratching, Indentation
Session Chairs
Christian Greiner
Friday AM, April 01, 2016
PCC North, 200 Level, Room 228 A

8:45 AM - CM3.11.01
Experimental and Molecular Dynamics Study of Crystallographic Orientation, Contact Size and Surface Roughness Effects on Incipient Plasticity in Tungsten

Saurav Goel 2,Ben Beake 1

2 School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Queen's University Belfast Belfast United Kingdom,1 Materials Testing Micro Materials Ltd. Wrexham United Kingdom

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9:00 AM - *CM3.11.02
Limits of Structural Superlubricity in Large Contacts

Tristan Sharp 1,Lars Pastewka 2,Mark Robbins 1

1 Physics and Astronomy Johns Hopkins University Baltimore United States,2 Karlsruhe Inst of Technology Karlsruhe Germany

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9:30 AM - CM3.11.03
Dislocation Dynamics Simulations of Pop-In during Nanoindentation

Lynn Munday 1,Joshua Crone 1,Jaroslaw Knap 1,James Ramsey 2

1 U.S. Army Research Laboratory Aberdeen Proving Ground United States,2 Computational and Information Sciences Directorate U.S. Army Research Laboratory Adelphi United States

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9:45 AM - CM3.11.04
Evaluation of Tensile Properties of Electroplated Copper Films by Single Sharp Nanoindentation

Si-Hoon Kim 1,Young-Cheon Kim 1,Ju-Young Kim 1

1 UNIST Ulsan Korea (the Republic of),

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10:00 AM -
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CM3.12: 2D Materials
Session Chairs
Ju Li
Friday AM, April 01, 2016
PCC North, 200 Level, Room 228 A

10:30 AM - CM3.12.01
Environmental Sensitivity of MoS2 Coatings: Probing the First Few Layers

John Curry 1,Ling Ju 2,Henry Luftman 4,Nick Strandwitz 2,Mark Sidebottom 1,Nicolas Argibay 3,Brandon Krick 1

1 Mechanical Engineering amp; Mechanics Lehigh University Bethlehem United States,2 Materials Science amp; Engineering Lehigh University Bethlehem United States4 Department of Chemistry Lehigh University Bethlehem United States3 Materials Science and Engineering Center Sandia National Laboratories Albuquerque United States

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10:45 AM - CM3.12.02
Dewetting of Graphene

James Annett 1,Graham Cross 1

1 Trinity College Dublin Dublin Ireland,

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11:00 AM - CM3.12.03
Atomistic Simulation of Fracture in Pristine and Polycrystalline Graphenes from Room Temperature up to the Melting Point

Antonio Gamboa 3,Baptiste Farbos 4,Gerard Vignoles 5,Jean-Marc Leyssale 2

2 Laboratoire des Composites ThermoStructuraux CNRS Pessac France,3 Centro de Investigaciones Químicas Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos Cuernavaca Mexico,2 Laboratoire des Composites ThermoStructuraux CNRS Pessac France,4 Intégration du Matériau au Système Univ. Bordeaux Telence France5 Laboratoire des Composites ThermoStructuraux Univ. Bordeaux Pessac France1 Energy Initiative MIT Cambridge United States,2 Laboratoire des Composites ThermoStructuraux CNRS Pessac France

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CM3.13: Microstructural Evolution during Loading and Sliding
Session Chairs
Tevis Jacobs
Friday PM, April 01, 2016
PCC North, 200 Level, Room 228 A

1:45 PM - CM3.13.01
Stacking Fault Energy Effects on the Microstructure Evolution of Brass Alloys under Reciprocating Tribological Loading

Christian Greiner 1,Zhilong Liu 1,Philipp Messer 1

1 IAM Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Karlsruhe Germany,

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2:00 PM - *CM3.13.02
Evolution of Dislocation Microstructure underneath a Sliding Contact

Peter Gumbsch 2,Johanna Gagel 1,Daniel Weygand 1,Zhilong Liu 1,Christian Greiner 1

1 Karlsruhe Inst of Technology Karlsruhe Germany,2 Fraunhofer IWM Freiburg Germany,1 Karlsruhe Inst of Technology Karlsruhe Germany

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2:30 PM - CM3.13.03
Stress-Driven Microstructural Evolution and Grain Boundary Doping in Nanocrystalline Alloys: A Direct Link Revealed by Quantitative In Situ Electron Microscopy

Rigen Mo 3,Gyuseok Kim 1,Saritha Samudrala 2,Peter Felfer 2,Andrew Breen 2,Julie Cairney 2,Daniel Gianola 4

1 Materials Science and Engineering University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia United States,3 Engineering Physics University of Wisconsin-Madison Madison United States,1 Materials Science and Engineering University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia United States2 Australian Centre for Microscopy and Microanalysis University of Sydney Sydney Australia1 Materials Science and Engineering University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia United States,4 Materials University of California Santa Barbara United States

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CM3.14: 2D Materials, Heterostructures and Interfaces
Session Chairs
Lars Pastewka
Friday PM, April 01, 2016
PCC North, 200 Level, Room 228 A

3:30 PM - CM3.14.01
Effect of Wear on the Mechanical Properties of MoS2

Rui Hao 1,Aleksander Tedstone 2,David Lewis 2,Pascal Bellon 1,Robert Averback 1,Christopher Warrens 3,Kevin West 3,Philip Howard 3,Sander Gaemers 4,Paul O'Brien 2,Shen Dillon 1

1 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Urbana United States,2 University of Manchester Manchester United Kingdom3 BP Technology Centre Pangbourne United Kingdom4 Castrol innoVentures Pangbourne United Kingdom

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3:45 PM - CM3.14.02
Molecular Dynamics Study of the Interface Strength of Cu1-xAgx|Ni and Cu|Au Multilayer Nanopillar Systems

Adrien Gola 1,Peter Gumbsch 1,Lars Pastewka 1

1 Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT) Institut für Angewandte Materialien - Computational Materials Science (IAM- CMS) Karlsruhe Germany,

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4:00 PM - CM3.14.03
Quantitative Subsurface Structure Fingerprint of 2D Materials and Heterostructures by Their Nanomechanical Response

Qing Tu 1,Bjoern Lange 1,Joao Lopes 2,Volker Blum 1,Stefan Zauscher 1

1 Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science Duke University Durham United States,2 Paul-Drude-Institut fuer Festkoerperelektronik Berlin Germany

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4:15 PM - CM3.14.04
2D Strain Mapping of Material Interfaces Using a Laser Diffraction Technique on Microstructure Cross-Sections

Todd Houghton 1,Hongbin Yu 1,Zeming Song 1,Hanqing Jiang 1,Hoa Nguyen 1,Michael Saxon 1

1 Arizona State University Tempe United States,

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