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Symposium 9

Novel Ceramic Coatings and Technology

Research and development in the field of novel ceramic coating systems is a key to current and future technologies. This symposium focuses on the latest advances in ceramic coating technologies, which can give totally new or markedly improved functions onto materials surfaces in terms of physical, mechanical, thermal, chemical, optical, electrical, electronic, and magnetic properties, extending the important and emerging applications in the fields of gas turbine, aeroengine, reusable spacecraft or hypersonic vehicles, defense protection, ships, automobiles, electronic devices, mechanical parts, renewable energy, etc. Simultaneously, new ceramic coating, surface nanoengineering, innovative processing technologies, advanced characterization methods, multi-scale modeling and experimental validation are particularly emphasized. This symposium will identify current key issues, effective approaches, and future outlook for ceramic coating technologies and applications through comprehensive discussion on the following proposed topics.

Proposed sessions
ª Thermal/environmental barrier coatings for CMC, intermetallics, and superalloys
ª Ceramic coatings for protection against high-temperature, oxidation, CMAS, corrosion, diffusion, wear, erosion, fretting, tribological loadings and flame
ª Processing of ceramic coatings (Thermal spray, cold spray, polymer-derived/suspension/solution precursor spray, aerosol deposition, sintering, halide activated pack cementation (HAPC), PVD, CVD, etc.)
ª Wet chemical and electrochemical processes of ceramic coatings (Sol-gel coating, anodization, microarc oxidation(MAO or PEO), chemical conversion coating, etc.)
ª Ceramic coatings for new functional applications–multi-functional, composite/hybrid, graded, nanostructured and multilayers coatings
ª Interface phenomena, adhesion, and other fundamentals of ceramic coatings
ª Technical issues and potential solutions of surface-related properties and processes in industries
ª Next generation production methods for ceramic coatings
ª Multi-scale modeling of ceramic coating properties and life predictions
ª Ceramic coatings database and artificial intelligence-based approach
ª Advanced destructive and non-destructive evaluation methodologies for ceramic coatings

- Hongbo Guo (Points of Contact), Beihang University, China, guo.hongbo@buaa.edu.cn
- Javad Mostaghimi, University of Toronto, Canada
- Lidong Zhao, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
- Ping Xiao, University of Manchester, UK
- Mikhail L. Zheludkevich, Helmholtz-Zentrum hereon, Germany
- Aimin Chang, Xinjiang Technical Institute of Physics & Chemistry of CAS, China
- Guanjun Yang (Points of Contact), Xi’an Jiaotong University, China, ygj@mail.xjtu.edu.cn
- Qiangang Fu (Points of Contact), Northwestern Polytechnical University, China, fuqiangang@nwpu.edu.cn
- Yaming Wang (Points of Contact), Harbin Institute of Technology, China, wangyaming@hit.edu.cn

Keynote Speakers

  Javad Mostaghimi, University of Toronto, Canada
  Tentative Title: A Novel Radio-Frequency Inductively Coupled Plasma (RF-ICP) Source for treating ceramic Powders
  Brief Bio: Prof. Javad Mostaghimi is a Professor in the Department of Mechanical
& Industrial Engineering at the University of Toronto and the director of the Centre for Advanced Coating Technologies (CACT). His main research interests are the study of thermal spray coatings, including superhydrophobic coatings, thermal barriers, corrosion and wear resistant coatings. He has performed comprehensive studies on the flow, temperature, and electromagnetic fields within arcs and RF inductively coupled plasmas. Professor Mostaghimi has done extensive simulation of the dynamics of droplet impact and solidification in thermal spray processes and automotive spray painting as well as the design of novel DC and RF plasma torches. He is a member of the editorial board of Plasma Chemistry and Plasma Processing and a member of the International Review Board of the Journal of Thermal Spray.
  Mikhail Zheludkevich, Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon, Germany
  Tentative Title: Functionalization of PEO Coatings via Conversion Post-treatments
  Brief Bio: Prof. Mikhail Zheludkevich is currently Director of Institute of Surface
Science at Helmholtz-Zentrum Hereon, Germany. He is also a full professor at University of Kiel. His research interests are focused on multi-functional surfaces and active protection of light materials and multi-material systems. He is a chairman of Aerospace Working Party at European Federation of Corrosion and vice-chair of Division 4 of ISE (International Society of Electrochemistry). Published above 350 SCI papers. H-index-72, above 21700 citations (Google Scholar 04.2023); Above 60 plenary, invited, and key-note talks. Tajima price of International Society of Electrochemistry-2016.
  Christopher C. Berndt, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
  Tentative Title: Artifacts in Thermal Spray Coatings: Leveraging Defective Microstructures
  Brief Bio: Professor Berndt is the Director of Surface Engineering for Advanced
Materials, SEAM. He has been involved in teaching and research within the materials engineering and mechanical engineering disciplines for 45-years. He has impacted many thousands of undergraduates through his teaching, as well as some 60 graduate students and post docs.
Berndt’s research area of specialization is ‘thermal spray coatings’. He has a specific interest in qualifying the unique artifacts of these coatings in terms of mathematical distributions and relating these metrics to the coating physical and chemical properties. The outcomes of this research direction will enable input processing conditions to be fundamentally related to engineering outcomes. These relationships will lead to intelligent processing so that coating manufacture can be fully integrated into machine learning.
Berndt has taken on leadership roles within professional societies, which includes the Presidency of ASM International and the Australian Ceramic Society. Berndt is especially proud of his students and post docs who have achieved professional prominence and earned good lives. Chris acknowledges their positive impact on his own career. Acknowledgement: This work has been supported largely by the Australian Research Council (ARC). The ARC Training Centre in Surface Engineering for Advanced Materials, SEAM, has been funded under Award IC180100005. Additional support has derived from industrial, university and other partners.
  Ping Xiao, University of Manchester, UK
  Tentative Title: Surface Engineering and Study of Coatings for High Temperature Applications
  Brief Bio: Prof. Ping Xiao currently holds the Rolls-Royce/Royal Academy of
Engineering Research Chair in Advanced Coating Technology. He joined University of Manchester, Materials Science Centre as a Lecturer in 2001, then became Senior Lecturer in 2003, Reader in 2005, and Professor in 2008. Ping Xiao did his undergraduate and postgraduate study of Chemistry in Jilin University, P. R. China. He went to Oxford University to study Materials Science for DPhil since 1989, and became a postdoctoral research fellow in Oxford since 1993. Then he joined Brunel University as a Lecturer since 1996, and became a Senior Lecturer in 2000.
Ping Xiao's research area covers three topics: 1) thermal barrier and environmental barrier coatings for aeroengine applications; 2) ceramics and ceramic coatings for nuclear industry applications; 3) ceramics and coatings for electrochemical applications. The research covers developing novel techniques to produce ceramics and ceramic coatings, understanding degradation mechanisms of ceramics and coatings, which involves characterisation of microstructure, mechanical property, and residual stresses in ceramic coatings. Ping Xiao's research has generated 300+ publications in peer-reviewed journals and he is among the top 2% list of the most cited researchers in the world identified in a study in 2020 by Stanford University (https://static.asminternational.org/amp/202105/54/).
  Changjiu Li, Xi'an Jiaotong University, China
  Tentative Title: The Strategy of Plasma Spray Ceramic Coating Microstructure Control Towards the Advanced Applications Based on the Critical Bonding Temperature Concept
  Brief Bio: Prof. Chang-Jiu Li is a full professor of Xi'an Jiaotong University since
1992. He received his B. Sc from Mechanical Department of Xi'an Jiaotong University at 1982, Master degree and Ph.D of Engineering from Osaka University (Japan) in 1986 and 1989. From 1983, he began his career of study on thermal spraying. His research interests include the coating formation mechanisms such as splat formation and lamellar interface bonding, coating microstructure development, coating microstructure design for high performance applications to wear resistant coatings, corrosion-resistant coatings, TBCs, SOFCs (Solid Oxide Fuel Cell), ASSLB (All Solid State Lithium Battery). He has published over 700 technical papers, including over 400 papers in the peer-reviewed international journals, 100 papers in Chinese journal and over 210 papers in the conference proceedings. From 2012 he serves as an associate editor of the Journal of Thermal Spray Technology. In 2017, he was selected as ASM Fellow. In 2019, he was inducted to ASM Thermal Spray Fame of Hall.
  Hongbo Guo, Beihang University, China
  Tentative Title: To be confirmed
  Brief Bio: To be confirmed
To be confirmed
  Wei Pan, Tsinghua University, China
  Tentative Title: Metallization of Ceramic Substrates using Atmosphere Plasma Spraying
  Brief Bio: Pan is the professor and director of the State Key Lab of New Ceramics
and Fine Processing of China. He received BS(1982) degree in engineering from the University of Science and Technology Beijing in China, MS(1987), and PhD(1990) degrees in engineering from Nagoya University in Japan. He currently serves as a member of the University Council of Tsinghua University; a fellow of the School of Engineering of the University of Tokyo; a member of the standing committee of the Chinese Ceramic Society, and a member of the editorial board of several international journals. He is also a member of the World Academy of Ceramics. His research interests include low thermal conductive ceramics for gas-turbine, solid-electrolyte, engineering ceramics, and nano-ceramics.

Invited Speakers

  Tao Zhang, Northeastern University, China
  Tentative Title: Applications of Acidity Ratio on the corrosion and protection
  Xiaofeng Zhao, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China
  Tentative Title: Strategies for Improving the Lifetime of Air-plasma Sprayed Thermal Barrier Coatings
  Liang Wu, Chongqing University, China
  Tentative Title: "Smart" Nano Container-based Self-healing Micro-arc Oxidation Coatings on Magnesium Alloys
  Xianghui Hou, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
  Tentative Title: R&D of Durable Icephobic Coatings and Surface
  Guanjun Yang, Xi'an Jiaotong University, China
  Tentative Title: Improving Oxidation Resistance of Bond Coat for Durable Thermal Barrier Coatings
  Qiangang Fu, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
  Tentative Title: To be confirmed
  Yaming Wang, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
  Tentative Title: Design, Fabrication and Heat Dissipation Performance of PEO High Emissivity Ceramic Coatings for Thermal Management Application
  Thomas W Coyle, University of Toronto, Canada
  Tentative Title: Microstructure of Alumina Coatings Formed on Patterned Si Substrates by Aerosol Deposition
  Meijun Liu, Xi'an Jiaotong University, China
  Tentative Title: Transport and Deposition of mMaterial in Plasma Spray-physical Vapor Deposition
  Xiaofeng Zhang, Guangdong Institute of New Materials Research, China
  Tentative Title: High Temperature Corrosion Behavior and Degradation Mechanism of Yb2Si2O7 Environmental Barrier Coatings
  Rong Tu, Wuhan University of Technology, China
  Tentative Title: Effect of Gradient Structure on Mechanical Performance of Multilayer Hard Coatings
  Pengyun Xu, Ocean University of China, China
  Tentative Title: Tailoring the Surface Structures of Functional Coatings Deposited Via Liquid Plasma Spray
  Hua Xie, Shandong University, China
  Tentative Title: Ultrafast High Temperature Sintering of Ceramic Materials for High Temperature Applications
  Jia Sun, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
  Tentative Title: Oxidative Ablation Resistance of ZrC Based Ceramic Coatings on C/C Composites
  Zhilin Tian, Shenzhen Campus of Sun Yat-sen University, China
  Tentative Title: In-situ Observation and Mechanism of Calcium-magnesium-alumina-silicates (CMAS) Melts-induced Degradation of RE2SiO5 Ceramics at 1500oC