European Symposium on Martensitic Transformations 2018

Country: France

City: Metz

Abstr. due: 01.03.2018

Dates: 27.08.18 — 31.08.18

Area Of Sciences: Technical sciences;

Organizing comittee e-mail:

Organizers: ESOMAT



Scientific and social highlights of the meeting will include

    Introductory lectures by specialists in the field
    Thematic sessions with invited and oral presentations
    Large poster area
    Conference dinner
    Social events

Scope and history

The European Symposium on Martensitic Transformations is one of the important events for scientists who are interested in materials undergoing martensitic transformation including steels, shape memory alloys, magnetic shape memory alloys and ceramics.

This conference covers all aspects of investigation of martensitic transformation, from theory, modelling, experimental characterization, fabrication and processing, structure/property evaluation and applications.

Participants of ESOMAT will have an great opportunity to exchange about those topics with the world community of scientists interested in all these aspects of investigation of martensitic transformation.

ESOMAT is also a great chance for young scientists and students to present their results for discussion and be exposed to the recent development from researchers on similar topics worldwide.

To find more information about ESOMAT community and proceedings of previous conference, please visit the website

The next ESOMAT 2018 will be held in Metz (France) from August 27th to August 31st 2018. On the behalf of Organizing Committee we invite all scientists interesting in martensitic transformations to participate in European Symposium on Martensitic Transformations.

The scientific program will largely but not uniquely, concentrate around the topics listed below:

    Fundamental aspects, thermodynamics and crystallography of martensitic and other displacive transformations
    Martensitic and other displacive transformations in: Ni-free alloys ; Ni-Ti based alloys ; Ti based alloys ; high entropy alloys ; magnetic systems ; high temperature systems ; steels, including TRIP/TWIP ; non-metallic materials ; architected materials, nanosized materials and systems, thin films ; composites and hybrid materials.
    Additive manufacturing
    Modelling of martensitic transformations, shape memory and superelasticity
    Characterization and testing
    Properties and applications


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