The design of industrial processes requires reliable thermodynamic data. CALPHAD (Computer Coupling of Phase Diagrams and Thermochemistry) aims to promote computational thermodynamics through development of models to represent thermodynamic properties for various phases which permit prediction of properties of multicomponent systems from those of binary and ternary subsystems, critical assessment of data and their incorporation into self-consistent databases, development of software to optimize and derive thermodynamic parameters and the development and use of databanks for calculations to improve understanding of various industrial and technological processes. This work is disseminated through the CALPHAD journal and its annual conference. Contributions of high quality in these and related fields, especially the fields of first-principles calculations, experimental measurements of thermochemical and phase equilibrium data, phase transformations, and the process and materials designs that the CALPHAD works are based on or used for, are welcome.

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Editorial board

Editor-in-Chief

  • Z.-K. Liu
    The Pennsylvania State University Department of Materials Science and Engineering, 326 Steidle Building, University Park, Pennsylvania, 16802-7003, United States

Founding Editor

  • L. Kaufman

Chairman of Advisory Board

  • A.T. Dinsdale
    National Physical Laboratory, Teddington, United Kingdom

Advisory Board

  • C. Bernard
    St Martin d'Heres, France
  • T.G. Chart
    UK
  • M. Hillert
    Stockholm, Sweden
  • A.D. Pelton
    Montreal, Quebec, Canada
  • P.J. Spencer
    Trumansburg, New York, United States
  • B. Sundman
    Stockholm, Sweden

Associate Editors

  • M. Asta
    University of California Berkeley Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Hearst Memorial Mining Bldg., Berkeley, California, 94720-1760, United States
  • G. Cacciamani
    University of Genoa Department of Chemistry and Industrial Chemistry, via Dodecaneso, 31, 16146, Genova, Italy
  • Y. Du
    Central South University School of Civil Engineering, 22 Shaoshan South Road, 410075, Changsha, China
  • Z. Du
    University of Science and Technology Beijing School of Materials Science and Engineering, (SMSE), 100083, Hai Dian Qu, China
  • B. Hallstedt
    RWTH Aachen University Institute for Materials Applications in Mechanical Engineering, Augustinerbach 4, D-52062, Aachen, Germany
  • H. Ipser
    University of Vienna Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Waehringertrasse 42, 1090, Wien, Austria
  • I.H. Jung
    Seoul National University Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Seouldaehakgyo Sinlim 9-Dong, 151-742, Gwanak-gu, Korea, Republic of
  • U.R. Kattner
    National Institute of Standards and Technology Department of Metallurgy, Gaithersburg, Maryland, MD 20899, United States
  • K.C. Hari Kumar
    Indian Institute of Technology Madras Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, 600036, Chennai, India
  • B.-J. Lee
    Pohang University of Science and Technology Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Pohanggonggwadaehakgyo Hyoja-Dong, 790-784, Pohang, Korea, Republic of
  • H. Ohtani
    Kyushu Institute of Technology School of Engineering Graduate School of Engineering Department of Material Engineering, 1-1 Sensuicho, Tobata-ku, 804-8550, Kitakyushu, Japan
  • A. Schneider
    Vallourec Germany GmbH, Rather Kreuzweg 106, 40472, Düsseldorf, Germany
  • H.J. Seifert
    Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Institute for Applied Materials Department of Materials and Processes, Herrmann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1, 76344, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, Germany
  • M. Selleby
    KTH Royal Institute of Technology Department of Materials Science and Engineering, SE-100 44, Stockholm, Sweden
  • M.H.F. Sluiter
    Delft University of Technology Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Virtual Materials Lab, Fac. 3ME, Mekelweg 2, Room 8D-4-07, 2628 CD, Delft, Netherlands
  • A. van de Walle
    Brown University School of Engineering, Box D 182 Hope Street, Providence, Rhode Island, 02912-9037, United States
  • A. Watson
    University of Leeds Bragg Centre for Materials Research, Applied Materials Science, Houldsworth Building. Clarendon Road, LS2 9JT, Leeds, United Kingdom
  • P. Wu
    Singapore University of Technology and Design Engineering Product Development, 20 Dover Dr., 138682, Singapore, Singapore