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2004 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition: Who Attends?

March 14-18 · 2004 TMS ANNUAL MEETING · Charlotte, North Carolina


EXHIBIT DOCUMENTS FOR DOWNLOAD

The following documents are available for download in portable document format and can be printed and viewed using Adobe Acrobat.

EXHIBIT SHOW DIRECTORY

EXHIBITOR PROSPECTUS

EXHIBIT FLOOR PLAN

The TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition attracts more than 3,500 attendees, representing businesses in more than 60 countries, to expand your international scope.
2003 Attendees Graph
Key Decision Makers & Industry Breakdown Graphs

Why Do These People Attend?

Through a sustained, wide-ranging, yearlong campaign, TMS alerts the global metals and materials community to the coming of the TMS 2004 Annual Meeting & Exhibition. The marketing initiatives of TMS support your promotional efforts through:

Print Publications

  • JOM, the official publication of the TMS Annual Meeting, which reaches an estimated 30,000 readers each month
  • Industry and regionally directed news releases
  • Advertisements in leading industry and trade publications.
  • Pre-meeting distribution of the exhibition "pre-show" directory.

E-marketing

  • A comprehensive event web site with on line registration
  • Virtual exhibition spotlighting your products and linking to your website.
  • Electronic program and Personal Conference Scheduler
  • Monthly promotion in TMS e-News
  • Listings and information posted to meeting and trade show web sites outside of TMS.

Direct Mail

  • Meeting call for papers mailed to more than 20,000 professionals worldwide; thousands more will access it via the World Wide Web.
  • TMS 2004 Annual Meeting & Exhibition advance brochure mailed to more than 38,000 prospects.
  • Complimentary exhibit passes to invite your customers and prospects.

Featured Technologies

A comprehensive program focus on these featured technical tracks:

  • Advanced Materials
  • Electronic Materials
  • Extraction & Processing
  • Light Metals
  • Micro- and Nanoscale Technologies
  • Physical Metallurgy
  • HOT-TOPIC TRACK: Building MSE Synergies

These tracks will create the perfect audience interested in viewing:

  • Air Pollution Control Equipment
  • Alloy, rare earth, precious metals, minerals & chemical producers and suppliers
  • Aluminum production technology and equipment
  • Automation
  • Carbon Technology and Supplies
  • Casting
  • Clothing--Protective
  • Coatings, Thin Films and Surface Modification
  • Combusion/Furnace Technology
  • Corrosive/Surface Treatment
  • Engineering, Consulting, Contractors
  • Grain Refiners/Hardeners
  • HF Measurement Systems--Pot Rooms/Stacks
  • Industrial Gases
  • Industrial Process Control
  • Instrumentation, Measurement, Microscopy Equipment:
    • Electron Backscatter Diffraction
    • Grain Boundary
    • Materials Analysis/Characterizaion
    • Metallographic preparation
    • Nano-mechanical testing
    • Spectoscopy
  • Surface Analysis
  • Thermophysical properties temperature
    • X-ray Fluorescense
  • Lithium processing and applications
  • Magnesium production, processes and properties
  • Molten Metal Filtration, Pumps
  • National laboratories
  • Publishers
  • Recycling/Scrap Processing
    • Dross Handling
    • Secondary Smelting & Refining
  • Refractory & Insulating Products
  • Software/Computer:
    • Design
    • Materials Information
    • Modeling
    • Phase diagram
    • Process simulation
    • Thermodynamic calculation
  • Titanium production and processing technology

 



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