Technical Program

Session  1A  General Thermodynamics 
Date 11-Jul-23  
Time:  8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Moderators: Dimos Poulikakos and Raymundo Arroyave 
8:30-9:00 Opening and Introductory Remarks
Time First Name Last Name Affiliation Country Presentation Title
9:00-9:10 Brani Vidakovic Texas A&M University USA Statistician's view on several Caratheodory Results 
9:10-9:20 Elaine Oran Texas A&M University USA Thermodynamics and the History of Shock Waves
9:20-9:30 Richard Miles Texas A&M University USA Cooling hot surfaces by thermionic emission 
9:30-10:00  Panel Discussion         
10:00-10:30  Break        
10:30-10:40 Dimos Poulikakos ETH Zurich Switzerland Leveraging the physics of sunlight-surface interactions to derive photothermal materials controlling vapor condensation
10:40-10:50 Konstantinos Kakosimos Texas A&M University USA/Qatar Thermodynamics, the Driving Force in Chemical Engineering Processes
10:50-11:00 Zi-Kui Liu Penn State University USA Quantitative Predictive Theories through Integrating Quantum, Statistical, and Irreversible Thermodynamics
11:10-12:00  Panel Discussion         
12:00 End of Session        
Session  1B Thermodynamics and Manufacturing
Date 11-Jul-23  
Time:  1:30 - 5:00 pm
Moderators:  Nikos Michailidis and Marwan Khraisheh  
Time First Name Last Name Affiliation Country Presentation Title
1:30-1:40 Ibrahim Karaman Texas A&M University USA How can materials processing and thermodynamics be utilized together for engineering new materials?
1:40-1:50 Peter Voorhees Northwestern University USA The Thermodynamics of Non-Equilibrium Interfaces: from Additive Manufacturing to Solid-Solid Phase Transformations
1:50-2:00 Jim Mabe Texas A&M University USA From Thermodynamics to Certified Materials and Products
2:00-2:10 Marwan Khraisheh Texas A&M University USA/Qatar Can Thermodynamics Advance Additive Manufacturing, Part I
2:10-3:00 Panel Discussion         
3:00-3:30   Break        
3:30-3:40 Raymundo Arroyave Texas A&M University USA Exploring the Entropy Hypothesis in High Entropy Alloys
3:40-3:50 Ji-Cheng Zhao University of Maryland USA Holistic Integration of Experimental and Computational Data for Computational Thermodynamics and Kinetics
3:50-4:00 Pedro Rivera University of Southhampton UK Adopting irreversible thermodynamics for modelling plasticity: wrought alloys to additive manufacturing
4:00-4:10 Dimitris Saravanos University of Patras Greece Wavelet based Multi-Resolution modeling  in Composite Materials and Structures
4:10-4:20 Nikolaos Michailidis Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and Texas A&M University Greece Can Thermodynamics Advance Additive Manufacturing, Part II
4:20-5:00  Panel Discussion         
5:00 Break        
Session  2A Thermodynamics and Multifunctional Materials
Date 13-Jul-23  
Time:  8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Moderators:  George Chatzigeorgiou and Bjoern Kiefer 
8:30-9:00 Opening and Introductory Remarks
Time First Name Last Name Affiliation Country Presentation Title
9:00-9:10 Thomas Vougiouklis Democritus University of Thrace Greece Caratheodory Somas
9:10-9:20 Huseyin Sehitoglu University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign USA Thermodynamics of Slip Emission During Phase Transformation
9:20-9:30 Kostas Danas Ecole Polytechnique, Paris France Magnetorheological Elastomers and Instabilities: thermodynamically consistent models and experiments
9:30-9:40 Kaushik Dayal Carnegie Mellon University USA Statistical Mechanics of Active Polymers 
9:40 - 9:50 George Chatzigeorgiou CNRS and Arts et Métiers Institute of Technology  France Composite Media Undergoing Fully Coupled Thermomechanical Processes
9:50-10:20 Panel Discussion         
10:20-10:30  Break        
10:30-10:40 Andreas Leineweber TU Bergakademie Freiberg Germany Reconciling crystal structure and thermodynamic information
10:40-10:50 Bjoern Kiefer Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg Germany The Interplay of Mathematics, Mechanics, and Thermodynamics in Multi-Physics Modeling
10:50-11:00 Krishnendu Haldar Texas A&M University USA Discrete Symmetry Restrictions on Coupled Magneto-Mechanical Constitutive Equations for Crystalline Magnetic Shape Memory Alloys 
11:00-11:10 Dimitris C Lagoudas Texas A&M University USA Role of Thermodynamics in Reversible Phase Transformations of Shape Memory Alloys
11:10-12:00  Panel Discussion         
12:00 Break        
Session  2B Thermodynamics and Inelastic Behavior
Date 13-Jul-23  
Time:  1:30 pm - 5 pm
 Moderators:   Vassilis Panoskaltsis and Theocharis Baxevanis 
Time First Name Last Name Affiliation Country Presentation Title
1:30-1:40 Theocharis Baxevanis University of Houston USA Thermodynamics of Non-Linear Materials with Internal State Variables: Stability, Evolution of Inelastic Microstructures, and Phase-Field Approaches
1:40-1:50 Vassilis Panoskaltsis Demokritos University of Thrace Greece Constitutive Equations and Thermodynamics
1:50-2:00 Eyad A Masad Texas A&M University at Qatar Qatar Modeling of Infrastructure Granular and Composite Materials 
2:00-2:10 Henryk Petryk Institute of Fundamental Technological Research Poland Paradoxes in the thermodynamics of inelastic solids with microstructural instabilities
2:10-2:20 Alan Needleman Texas A&M University USA Continuum Mechanics at the Mesoscale and the Second Law of Thermodynamics
2:20-3:00 Panel Discussion         
3:00-3:30   Break        
3:30-3:40 Amine Benzerga Texas A&M University USA On the Thermodynamics of Porous Material Plasticity
3:40-3:50 Ankit Srivastava Texas A&M University USA Thermodynamics of Non-Schmid Crystal Plasticity
3:50-4:00 Stavros Gaitanaros Johns Hopkins University USA Discrete and continuum approaches for architected metamaterials: fracture and shocks
4:00-4:10 Noy Cohen Technion Israel Institute of Technology Israel Modeling polymer networks: Statistical mechanics vs. continuum based approaches
4:10-5:00  Panel Discussion         
5:00 Break        
Additional Participants 
First Name Last Name Affiliation Country
John Botsis Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne Switzerland
Nikolaos Bouklas Cornell University USA
Miroslav M Begovic Texas A&M University USA
Athanasios Tzavaras King Abdullah University Saudi Arabia
Zisis Samaras Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Greece
Charbel Farhat Stanford University USA
James Warren National Institute of Standards and Technology USA
ZJ Pei Texas A&M University USA
Edwin Thomas Texas A&M University USA
Phoebus Rosakis University of Crete Greece
Matt Pharr Texas A&M University USA
Andreas Ricoeur University of Kassel Germany
Nikos Charalambakis Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Greece
Gregory J Rodin The University of Texas at Austin USA
Konstantinos Katakalos Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Greece
George M Pharr IV Texas A&M University USA