21st Biennial Conference of the APS Topical Group on Shock Compression of Condensed Matter (SHOCK19)
June 16-21, 2019 • Portland, Oregon

Abstract Submission

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SHOCK 2019 Epitome Bulletin

Abstract Sorting Categories

All abstract submissions should include a sorting category. Sorting categories are used to assign contributed abstracts to a session. Each contributed abstract must indicate a Category and Sub-category.  Additionally, a Presentation Type (either ORAL or POSTER) must be selected in order to be assigned to an appropriate session. A Category Type may also be selected. Preferences for a group’s abstract placement must be specified by numerical order or first-author order in the “Special Instructions” field.

01.00 Detonation and Shock-Induced Chemistry
01.01 Equations of state, sub-detonation response, multi-shock
01.02 Detonators, initiation and growth, shock-to-detonation transition
01.03 Deflagration-to-detonation transition and hotspots
01.04 Detonation modeling
01.05 Shock-induced chemical reactions
 
02.00 Energetic and Reactive Materials
02.01 Films, synthesis, chemistry, new molecules and formulations
02.03 Insensitive materials, safety, initiation
02.04 Thermites and nanoenergetics, metalized explosives
02.05 Advanced and Additive manufacturing
02.06 Equations of state of reactive materials
02.07 Thermal response, cook-off, aging, and compatibility
 
03.00 Advances in Experimental Techniques and Diagnostics
03.01 Spectroscopy and optical studies, imaging methods, x-ray and particle beam diagnostics
03.02 Velocity measurement techniques
03.03 Hugoniot and temperature measurements
03.04 Ultrafast Methods
03.05 Novel loading techniques and configurations
 
04.00 Theory, Modeling, and Simulation
04.01 First-principles and molecular dynamics
04.02 Grain-scale to continuum modeling
04.03 Advances in numerical techniques
04.04 Advances in modeling
04.05 Mesoscale modeling of explosive initiation (MMEI4)
 
05.00 Geophysics and Planetary Science
05.01 Earth and planetary materials
05.02 Planetary impacts
05.03 Improving equations of state and models
 
06.00 High Energy Density Physics/Warm Dense Matter
06.01 Formation of extreme states of matter
06.02 Equations of state for warm dense matter
06.03 Energy transport in warm dense matter
06.04 Modeling of warm dense matter
 
07.00 Materials Science and Condensed Matter Physics
07.01 Viscosity, strength, fracture
07.02 Constitutive models
07.03 Microstructure and mechanisms of high stress phase transitions
07.04 Novel / Superhard materials
07.05 Transport properties
07.06 Equations of state
 
08.00 Particulate, Porous, and Composite Materials
08.01 Experimental techniques for studying porous systems
08.02 Engineered design of porous systems for tailored response
08.03 Modeling of interactions, strength, and compaction
08.04 Theoretical developments
 
09.00 Ballistics, Impact, Spall and Ejecta Physics
09.01 Dynamic behavior of materials to internal, external, and terminal ballistics
09.02 Explosion mechanics and fragmentation
09.03 Mesoscale features, strain rate into tension, stress state for spall
09.04 Ejecta source, transport and conversion
 
10.00 Soft Matter
10.01 Natural mechanics and biomaterials
10.02 Models of natural materials and their properties under strain and impact
10.03 Dynamic properties of polymers and gels
 
11.00 Early Career / Student Symposium (Sunday Program)
 
12.00 Miscellaneous
 

Abstract Submission Guidelines

The first author is typically the primary presenting author.

If multiple abstracts with the same first author are submitted, one paper will be assigned to the regular session and all others may be assigned to a poster session. Submission of an abstract is taken as a representation by the submitter that the first author is expected to attend the conference.

Contributed abstract length is < 1,300 characters (about 250 words). Having numerous authors as well as overly long titles, affiliations, and footnotes can push the abstract over the character limit despite being within the limit for the abstract text itself.

To speed up submission know the number of authors and select the appropriate Sorting Category (listed below) and proofread the abstract.

Poster Session boards are freestanding, with a display area measuring four (4) feet high by eight (8) feet wide. Push-pins are provided.

Questions
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