第十二届先进陶瓷国际会议
Invited Speakers
A.High and Ultrahigh Temperature Ceramics and Composites
B.Nano-laminated Ternary Carbides, Nitrides and Borides and Their 2D Counterparts MXenes/MBenes
Nano-laminated ternary carbides and nitrides are generally named as MAX phases, wherer M is transition metal, A is A-group element, X is caron and/or nitrogen. The borides with similar microstructure are named as MAB phases. The MAX phases are hexagonal materials with an inherent layering at nanoscale. These materials are responsible for a unique combination of metal/ceramic properties. Like ceramics, the materials are rigid at high temperature; like metals, these materials are machinable, good electrical and thermal conductive, which can have diverse potential applications.
Recently, it was found that atomic metal layers in MAX phase and MAB phases can be selectively removed out of a structure to separate each nanolaminates block of transition metal compounds to form 2D solids. Despite their relatively short history, MXenes (the 2D phase after removing A layers from MAX phases) have attracted attention of scientists due to their attractive properties such as excellent electronic conductivity, surface functionality, and tunability, among others.

The symposium will focus on designing, processing, structure-property relationships, thermal, electrical, optoelectronic, solid lubrication, mechanical properties, oxidation resistance, stability, and applications of these novel nanolaminates compounds in their 2D and 3D forms. In addition, exploratory research on related ternary chemistry is also invited.

Focused topics:
B01 Design and synthesis of novel MAX/MAB/MXenes
B02  Synthesis and fabrication MAX/MAB/MXenes and their composites
B03  Mechanical and oxidation properties of the MAX/MAB/MXenes
B04  MAX/MAB and MXene composites and their properties
B05  ab initio calculations, electronic and magnetic properties
B06  Functional properties of MAX/MAB/MXenes
B07  Applications of the MAX/MAB and MXene phases
B08  Metallic whisker growth on MAX phase substrates

Symposium Chairs: 
Aiguo Zhou, Henan Polytechnic University, China
Surojit Gupta, University of North Dakota, USA
Xiaohui Wang, Institute of Metal research, CAS, China
Shibo Li, Beijing Jiaotong University, China
Qing Huang, Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology & Engineering, CAS, China
Zhengming Sun, Southeast Univeristy, China
Chuanfang Zhang, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, Switzerland
Yi Liu, Shaanxi University of Technology, China
Guobing Yin, Hohai University, China

Point of Contact
Aiguo Zhou, Henan Polytechnic University, China;E-mail: zhouag@hpu.edu.cn

Keynote speakers :
Miladin Rodivic, Texas A&M University, USA
Surojit Gupta, University of North Dakota, USA
Michael Naguib, Tulane University, USA
Chuanfang Zhang, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, Switzerland
Zhengming Sun, Southeast Univeristy, China
Zhimei Sun, Beihang University, China

Invited Speakers :
1. Yuelei Bai, Harbin Institute of Technology
2. Shuai Lin, Hefei Institutes of Physical Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences
3. Jianfeng Zhang, Hohai University
4. Kun Liang, Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology and Engineering, CAS
5. Zhenying Huang, Beijing Jiaotong University
6. Wenbo Yu, Beijing Jiaotong University
7. Shibo Li, Beijing Jiaotong University
8. Chunfeng Hu, Southwest Jiaotong University
9. Junjie Wang, Northwestern Polytechnical University 
10. Peigen Zhang, Southeast University
11. Guoping Bei, China Porcelain Fuchi (Suzhou) High Tech Nano Materials Co. Ltd.
12. Guobing Ying, Hohai University
13. Bin Xu, Beijing University of Chemical Technology
14. Mian Li, Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology& Engineering, CAS
15. Aiguo Zhou, Henan Polytechnic University
16. Jian Yang, Nanjing Tech University
17. Yi Liu, Shaanxi University of Science and Technology
18. Heng Luo, Central South University
19. Yu Xie, Jilin University
20. Xiaohui Wang, Institute of Metal Research, CAS

  • Miladin Radovic
    Texas A&M University , USA/Texas
    Orientation dependent mechanical behavior of the MAX single crystals
  • Surojit Gupta
    University of North Dakota, USA
    On the design of MAX and MAB based Composites: A microstructure-based Review
  • Michael Naguib
    Tulane University, USA
    Engineering MXene Interlayer Spacing for High-Energy and High-Power Electrodes for Electrochemical Energy Storage
  • Chuanfang Zhang
    ETH Domain, Empa, Switzerland
    MXenes inks enable advanced manufacturing of energy-related devices
  • ZhengMing SUN
    School of Materials Science and Engineering Southeast University, PR China
    MAX phases, MXenes, and beyond
  • Zhimei Sun
    Beihang University, China
    Two-Dimensional TransitionMetal Carbides (MXene) and Borides (MBene)
  • Yuelei Bai
    Harbin Institute of Technology, China
    Crystal structure and phase stability and of the MAB phases
  • Shuai Lin
    Institute of Solid State Physics, Hefei Institutes of Physical Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
    Synthesis, characterizations,and applications of 3D MAX phase M4AlC3(M=V, Nb, Ta) and their 2D derivatives (MXenes)
  • Jianfeng Zhang
    College of Mechanics and Materials, Hohai University, China
    Exfoliation and modification of two-dimensional Ti3C2Txnanoplates and their water-environmental applications
  • Kun Liang
    Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology and Engineering, CAS, China
    New Two-dimensional Titanium Carbonitride Ti2C0.5N0.5Tz MXene as High-Performance Sodium-Ion
  • Zhenying Huang
    Beijing Jiaotong University, China
    Ti2AlC/Ti3AlC2 triggered in-situ ultrafine TiCx-γ,/Ni composites: microstructure and enhanced
  • Wenbo Yu
    Beijing Jiaotong University, China
    Atomic level oxidation behavior of Ti2AlC and diffusion mechanism of its Al atoms into Cu matrix
  • Shibo Li
    Beijing Jiaotong University, China
    Crack healing in MAB phases
  • Chunfeng Hu
    Southwest Jiaotong University, China
    Synthesis, Microstructure and Properties of MoAlB Ceramic
  • Junjie Wang
    Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
    Hexagonal MAB phase discovery based on material genetic engineering technology
  • Peigen Zhang
    Southeast University, P.R. China
    Metallic whisker growth by mechanochemical decomposing MAX phases
  • Guoping Bei
    Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Delft University of Technology, Delft, Mekelweg 2, 2628 CD, Delft, the Netherlands/China Porcelain Fuchi (Suzhou) High Tech Nano Materials Co. Ltd., Su, China
    Ultra-high temperature ablation behavior of MoAlB ceramics under an oxyacetylene flame
  • Guobing Ying
    Hohai University, China
    Preparation and modification of MXene for composites
  • Bin Xu
    Beijing University of Chemical Technology, China
    Application of MXenes in Energy Storage
  • Mian Li
    Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology& Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
    Synthesize of MXene through Moderate Etching Process in Fluorine-free Aqueous System
  • Aiguo Zhou
    Henan Polytechnic University, China
    Synthesis MXenes by etching in hydrothermal conditins
  • Jian Yang
    Nanjing Tech University, China
    Interfacial Structure Design of MXene for Electrochemical Energy-Storage and Microwave-Absorbing Applications
  • Yi Liu
    Shaanxi University of Science and Technology, China
    Composition and morphology modulation of MAX phase powders for microwave absorption
  • Xiaohui Wang
    Shenyang National Laboratory for Materials Science, Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
    Unveiling Charge Storage in Nb2CTx MXene as Anode Material for Lithium Ion Batteries
  • Bingbing Fan
    Zhengzhou University, China
    Tailoring microwave electromagnetic responses in Ti3C2Tx MXene with Fe3O4 nanoparticles decor
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