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FEBRUARY 13-17 · 2005 TMS ANNUAL MEETING · SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
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Featured Presentations

Encores if You Missed Them the First Time

TMS wishes to recognize these Featured Presenters from the TMS 2005 Annual Meeting technical program. The eight Featured Presentations were selected from more than 2,300 contributed papers and are being honored for their technical relevance across all TMS constituencies (industry/academia/government), their global nature, providing a technological overview or focus on an emerging trend, and overall excellence.

In addition to being presented within their respective symposia, each Featured Presenter will provide an encore of his talk at the special Featured Presentations sessions scheduled for Wednesday afternoon – February 16, at the Moscone West Convention Center, Room 2016.

  • "Bauxite Mining Sustanability" by Dr. Patrick Riley Atkins, Alcoa, Inc.
    Source Symposium: Alumina and Bauxite

  • "On the Preparation and Stability of Scorodite" by Dr. George P. Demopoulos, McGill University, Canada
    Source Symposium: Arsenic Metallurgy: Fundamentals & Applications

  • "Use of CO2-Snow for Protecting Molten Magnesium from Oxidation" by Prof. Alexander Karger, Institute of Materials Science, Germany
    Source Symposium: Magnesium Technology 2005

  • "Identifying Economic and Scrap Reuse Benefits of Light Metals Sorting Technologies" by Prof. Preston P. Li, Masschusetts Institute of Technology
    Source Symposium: Recycling

  • "Developing an Atomic-Level Understanding of the Mechanisms that Govern CO2 Mineral Carbonation Reaction Processes" by Dr. Michael J. McKelvy, Arizona State University
    Source Symposium: Characterization of Minerals, Metals and Materials

  • "Diffusion Paths and Interdiffusion Microstructures: Applications and Remaining Challenges" by Dr. John E. Morral, Ohio State University
    Source Symposium: Multicomponent Multiphase Diffusion

  • "Deformation at the Nanometer and Micrometer Length Scales: Effects of Strain Gradients and Dislocation Starvation" by Prof. William D. Nix, Stanford University
    Source Symposium: Mechanical Behavior of Thin Films and Small Structures

  • "Semiconducting and Piezoelectric Nanobelts, Nanosprings, and Nanorings" by Dr. Zhong Lin Wang, Georgia Institute of Technology
    Source Symposium: Applications and Fundamentals of High Aspect Ratio Nanomaterials

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