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TMS 2007 Annual Meeting & Exhibition

FEBRUARY 25-MARCH 1  • TMS 2007 ANNUAL MEETING & EXHIBITION  • ORLANDO, FLORIDA

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TMS 2007: Tutorials

Register for one or more of these educational events using the TMS 2007 Annual Meeting registration form.

Biology For Materials Scientists and Engineers

ABOUT THIS TUTORIAL

Date: Sunday, Feb. 25
Organizers:
R.O. Ritchie, University of California, Berkeley
M.A. Meyers, University of California, San Diego
Andrea Hodge, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

This tutorial precedes the three-day symposium on biological materials science and is meant to bridge the gap between biology and materials.

These two disciplines have evolved separately with minimal intercommunication over the past fifty years. This tutorial will assist materials scientists and engineers to absorb the most significant concepts from biology and incorporate them into their own research.

Register for this tutorial through the online TMS 2007 Annual Meeting & Exhibition registration form. Cost: $175 members; $225 nonmembers.

Topics:

  • Basic Building Blocks/Molecular Units
  • Structures
  • Biomineralization
  • Hierarchy and Synergy in Biological Systems
  • Mechanical Properties
  • Fracture and Fatigue of Biological Materials
  • Genetic Engineering
  • Experimental Techniques
  • Experimental Techniques in Single Cells and Molecular Biomechanics
  • Lessons from Biology

ANSWER Tutorial Series: Neutron Scattering 101 for Structural Materials Researchers

ABOUT THIS TUTORIAL

Date and Time: Sunday, Feb. 25 • 1 to 5 p.m.

Instructors:

  • Dr. Ian Anderson, Scientific Director, Spallation Neutron Source, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Dr. Mark Bourke, Deputy Group Leader, Neutron Science Center, Los Alamos National Laboratory
  • Dr. Camden Hubbard, Group Leader, Diffraction and Thermophysical Properties Group, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Dr. Ronald Rogge, Instrument Scientist, National Research Council, Chalk River Laboratory
  • Dr. Peter Liaw, Professor and Ivan Racheff Chair of Excellence, University of Tennessee

The application of neutron scattering in studying engineering materials becomes increasingly important because of its unique ability to provide the microscopic information concerning the microstructural features and mechanical behaviors of advanced materials and composites.

Learn About

  • Fundamentals of Neutron Scattering Studies
  • Industrial Problems and Case Studies
  • Neutron Scattering at ORNL
  • Materials Science at LANSCE
  • Combined Neutron and Mechanical Behavior Studies

The tutorial is supported by the National Science Foundation, International Materials Institutes Program (DMR-0231320): Advanced Neutron Scattering netWork for Education and Research (ANSWER) on Mechanical Behavior of Materials at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

Register for this tutorial through the online TMS 2007 Annual Meeting & Exhibition registration form. Cost: $100 members; $125 nonmembers


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