The 5th International Symposium on Steel Science - ISSS 2017

Time table

Monday 13
14:00 Registration desk open
16:00 Opening address
Plenary session
16:05-17:30 Yo TOMOTA Multi-scaled heterogeneities in elasto-plastic deformation and microstructure in steels
17:30-19:00 Welcome buffet
Tuesday 14
Session I : Microstructure formation in martensitic and bainitic steels
9:00 Emmanuel De MOOR Current developments in quenched and partitioned steels
9:50 Yuki TOJI  Carbon partitioning during quenching and partitioning heat treatment
10:30 Coffeee break (20min)
10:50 Francisca G. CABALLERO Carbon supersaturation and clustering in bainitic ferrite at low temperature
11:40 Nobuo NAKADA Transformation mechanism of diffusional reversion from lath martensite to austenite
12:20 Photograph + Lunch (80min)
13:40 Poster preview (3min × 40) 
15:40 Coffeee break (20min)
16:00-19:00 Poster session @ Agora Hall
(Presentation time: Odd number 16:00-17:00, Even number 17:00-18:00, Free discussion 18:00-19:00)
Light meal and beverages will be served @ Lobby  (17:00~)
Wednesday 15
Session II : Transformation kinetics and alloy partitioning
9:00 Akinori YAMANAKA  Multi-phase-field simulation of austenite-to-ferrite transformation in Fe-C-Mn and Fe-C-Mn-Si alloys
9:40 Yuji TANAKA Quantitative and microscopic analytical technique of trace carbon and its application on microstructural analysis of dual phase steels
10:20 Coffee break (20min)
10:40 Takafumi AMINO  Ferrite growth rate estimated from concentration profile measured using aberration corrected STEM-EELS
11:20 Hatem ZUROB Towards a self-consistent model of planar ferrite growth kinetics in Fe-C-X-Y alloys
12:10 Lunch (80min)
Session III : Grain boundary segregation
13:30 Hiroshi OHTANI  Thermodynamic study on grain boundary segregation
14:10 Masatake YAMAGUCHI  Combined analysis of first-principles calculations and fracture mechanics experiments on intergranular embrittlement of a Ni-Cr steel
14:50 Coffee break (20min)
15:10 Michael HERBIG Where does the carbon atom go in steel? – Insights gained by correlative transmission electron microscopy and atom probe tomography
16:00 Hidenori NAKO Influence of grain boundary segregation on temper embrittlement of Cr-Mo heat resistant steel weld metal and quantitative analysis of the amount of segregated atoms
16:40 Intermission (110min)
Japanese tea reception (optional)
18:30-20:30 Banquet @ Main Hall
Thursday 16
Session IV : Mechanical properties of high strength steels
9:00 Cem TASAN Resettable Steels: Alloy design-for-reuse towards continuous damage-resistance
9:50 Young-Kook LEE Post-uniform elongation and tensile fracture of TWIP steels
10:40 Coffee break (20min)
11:00 Daisuke HIRAKAMI Change in microstructure and hydrogen embrittlement resistance with low temperature aging of drawn pearlitic steel and its proposed mechanism
11:40 Yuuji KIMURA Phosphorus-assisted delamination toughening in high-strength steel
12:20 Closing remarks