UES at MS&T 2019

September 16, 2019

People at conferenceUES, Inc. is gearing up for a great week of presentations, exhibiting, and more at the  2019 Materials Science & Technology Technical Meeting and Exhibition in Portland, Oregon, September 29-October 3.


Drop by the Robo-Met booth, number 534, to talk to our materials characterization experts, and don't miss their live Q&A with Sandia National Laboratories scientist Dr. Thomas Ivanoff. After a successful ASTM International Webinar, Dr. Ivanoff will sit down with UES' own Dr. Sundar to discuss follow-up questions on how 3D materials analysis compares to 2D material testing, his MS&T poster “From Fundamental Research to Engineered Components: Application to 3D Materials Science,” investing nuclear materials, analyzing brittle materials, and more! Add your question to the list and be entered to win Robo-Met swag by contacting us here.


Read also: ASM International Webinar with Sandia and Robo-Met


Several Team UES scientists are also giving poster sessions, presentations, and invited talks that you won't want to miss.

Team UES Invited Talks

Fabrication Processes for Transparent Polycrystalline YAG, LuAG, and ZnO (Invited)

Authors: Hyunjun Kim1; Randall Hay2; Shekhar Guha2; Alan Martinez1; Randall Corns1; Samuel Opeka1; Michael Cinibulk2

Organizations: 1: AFRL/UES, Inc.; 2: AFRL

Monday, September 30, 2019, 10:40 AM, Room A107

Predicting the Effects of Microstructure on Matrix Cracking Evolution in Fiber Reinforced CMCs via Machine Learning (Invited)

Authors: Dipen Patel1; Triplicane Parthasarathy1; Craig Przybyla2

Organizations: 1: Air Force Research Laboratory/UES, Inc.; 2:Air Force Research Laboratory

Monday, September 30, 2019, 4:40 PM

Team UES Presentations

Microstructural Refinement in Martensitic and Maraging Steels

Authors: Vikas Sinha1; E.J. Payton2; M. Gonzales2

Organizations: 1: Air Force Research Laboratory/UES Inc.; 2: Air Force Research Laboratory

Monday, September 30, 2019, 8:20 AM, Room C123

Additive Manufacturing of AF9628 Steel

Authors: E.M. Hager1; P.J. Flater1; Vikas Sinha2; E.J. Payton1; R.A. Kemnitz3; R.P. O’Hara3

Organizations: 1: Air Force Research Laboratory; 2: Air Force Research Laboratory/UES, Inc.; 3: Air Force Institute of Technology

Team UES-led Sessions

Surface Protection for Enhanced Materials Performance: Science, Technology, and Application — CMAS Degradation and Mitigation / Environmental Barrier Coatings

Organizer: Emmanuel Boakye, UES, Inc.

Tuesday, October 1, 2019, Room D137

Surface Protection for Enhanced Materials Performance: Science, Technology, and Application — Thermal Barrier Coatings / Ceramic Coatings Formed by Aerosol Deposition I

Organizer: Emmanuel Boakye, UES, Inc.

Wednesday , October 2, 2019, Room D137


Read also: Great Week at TMS 2019 for UES and Robo-Met


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