Bringing Technology into Applied Perspectives
The TMS 2004 Annual Meeting & Exhibition will host the technologically informative exhibit that attendees have come to expect. This year marks a new beginning with extra efforts being made to expand the technologies being showcased in the exhibition. The 2004 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition will have symposia and numerous publications that will complement the exhibition and help attract attendees to create the most value to you. The participation of qualified experts and management professionals from around the world assures you of reaching credible prospects from all of your market segments.
ACT NOW TO SECURE A PRIME BOOTH LOCATION
Show Dates and Hours:
|Monday, March 15, 2004 -- 12:00 Noon-6:00 PM
|Tuesday, March 16, 2004 -- 9:30 AM- 5:30 PM
|Wednesday, March 17, 2004 -- 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Space Rental Charges:
|$20 per square foot
for reservations received on or before September
|$22 per square foot for reservations received after September 15,
|Standard Spaces are 10’ x 10’. The minimum space size is 10’ X 10’ (3.04m x 3.04m).
- Space Rental Includes:
- 8’ back drape and 3’ side drape
- 44” sign identifying your company name and booth number
- Aisle carpeting
- Comprehensive exhibitor services manual
- Hosted events in the exhibit hall
- Listing in the Pre-Show and On-Site Show Directories
- Supply of show invitations—free admission for customers and prospects
- Hypertext link from the TMS virtual exhibit to your web site
- Two complimentary exhibitor registrations to attend the TMS technical sessions
- Post-show attendee mailing labels
- One complimentary TMS membership for 2004
- Security throughout the show (includes set-up, show hours and dismantle)
FEATURED EXHIBIT HALL ACTIVITY
The NASCAR Racing Simulator
sponsored by PERMATECH
You can experience a totally interactive simulated driving experience —
“Drive” Jeff Gordon’s Pepsi #24
Visit Exhibit Hall B during show hours to test your driving skills.
racing is synonymous
The city boasts
the Lowe’s Motor
Speedway, the largest sports facility in the
Southeast, and the Queen City is located in the
middle of North Carolina’s stock car country.
The area is home to many of NASCAR’s
Motorsports and Dale Earnhardt, Inc.
A full-size, virtual motion, totally
interactive NASCAR racing simulator
will put you in the driver’s seat to
experience the thrills of NASCAR
Drive an actual Monte Carlo driven
by Jeff Gordon, the NASCAR
simulator will “run laps” for
3-4 minutes on Charlotte’s own
Lowe’s Motor Speedway. The driver
feels the excitement of high speed
turns, hears the sounds, and feels the
motion while “driving” a genuine,
full-size retired NASCAR vehicle.
You can actually feel the reaction of
the car changing as the tires heat up.
A daily “best driver” contest will take
place, with prizes awarded each evening.
On Wednesday, at the close of the
show, a trophy will be awarded
for the overall best time.
Be a part of the racing excitement . . .experience the Racing Simulator . . .and see the show!
SPECIAL EXHIBIT HALL EVENTS
Hosted Grand Opening Reception
Monday, March 15, 2004,
5:00 – 6:00 PM
Registrants can enjoy a hosted lunch
in the exhibit hall while visiting the booths
Tuesday, March 16, 2004, 11:45AM – 1:15 PM
Visit the booths and join us in the
exhibit hall for an afternoon treat!
Wednesday, March 17, 2004, 12:15 – 2:00 PM
Hosted Coffee Breaks
Hosted Coffee Breaks will be held in
the Exhibition during the morning and afternoon break in technical session schedule.
Lunch Café Area in the Exhibit Hall
- Open during Show Hours
- Featuring specialty food selections
- Convenient Lunch and Great Savings
- Use the $ dollar discount coupon in your
badge packet for savings on lunch.
SUPPLIER PRESENTATION SESSIONS
We invite you to see the latest processes, products
and system innovations, presented in-depth by the
exhibiting companies who have developed them.
Make plans to visit the Supplier Sessions, scheduled
for Monday, March 15, and Tuesday, March 16, 2004,
in the special presentation area in Hall B.
Exhibiting companies will give you an in-depth
look into their most innovative and ground-breaking
technologies. See the schedule posted in the exhibit
area, and plan to visit these spotlight presentations.
Attendance in the Supplier sessions is FREE to all registered attendees.
TMS 2004 Supplier Presentation Session Schedule
|Location: Exhibit Hall Presentation Area
Session I: Monday, March 15, 2004
||Evolution and Future of Titanium Additions to Aluminum
Joseph A. Megy and David Whitehead,
Jamegy Inc, Richland, WA
||Modern & Ancient Uses of Bone Ash
Dr. Edward Murray, Murlin Chemical, Inc.,
West Conshohocken, PA
||New High Temperature, Low Biopersistence
Lance Caspersen, Thermal Ceramics, Augusta, GA
||New PoDFA Reusable Crucible
Jasmin Prouix, Paul Rochette, ABB,
Metallurgical Analyzers Div, Quebec, Canada
||Autopak System - Total Automation for DC Casting
John V. Griffi n, Pechiney Aluminum Engineering, Inc,
333 Ludlow Street, Stamford, CT 06902
||New Laser Line Sensors for
Automated Level Control in Pouring
Dr. Walt Pastorius, LMI Technologies,
Windsor, Ontario, Canada
||State Of The Art Aluminium Casting Machines
Don Martosko, Core Furnace Systems Inc,
Gerd J. Brockmann, maerz-gautschi GmbH,
|Location: Exhibit Hall Presentation Area
Session II: Tuesday, March 16, 2004
||Thermal Waste Treatment Technologies and
Theodora Alexakis, PhD, PyroGenesis Inc,
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
||Recycling Aluminium Castings With ‘Cast-In’cast
Iron Inserts (The experience of Peugeot SA)
John Simpson, Dross Engineering, Alfreton,
Derbyshire, United Kingdom
||Defi ned Cooling of Bath Material
Matthias Moritz, AUMUND Foerdertechnik,
||Potroom Vehicles and Safety Aspects
Bernard A. Canavan, HMR Group AS,
Prestnesvegen 68, 5460 Husnes, Norway
||Direct Chill Casting Update
Craig S Johnson, Wagstaff, Inc, Spokane, Washington
||Multi-physics Modeling: Applications to Real World Problems
Philippe Blot, Process Engineering Resources Inc, Salt Lake City, Utah
||PCE Numerical Simulations Capabilities
Eng. Dagoberto Schubert Severo, PCE Ltda,
Porto Alegre, Brazil
EXHIBITION CONTACT INFORMATION
Cindy A. Wilson, Exhibits Coordinator
Phone: 724/776-9000, ext 231
Phone: 724/776-9000, ext 220
TMS, 184 Thorn Hill Road, Warrendale, PA 15086