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TMS 2008 Annual Meeting & Exhibition

MARCH 9-13  • TMS 2008 ANNUAL MEETING & EXHIBITION  • NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA

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TMS 2008

IMPORTANT INFO

Pre-Registration Closed:
Please Register at the Meeting

Exhibition Directory
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Corporate Sponsors
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FINAL MEETING PROGRAM
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Final Program Meeting Info
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Program Index
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Program At A Glance
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Sunday Program
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Monday Program
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Tuesday Program
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Wednesday Program
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Thursday Program
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TMS 2008: Lectures

AVAILABLE LECTURES

Women in Science Breakfast Lecture
Date: Monday, March 10 7 to 8 a.m.
Topic: Design for the Other 90% explores a growing movement among designers to develop solutions for the 5.8 billion people across the globe (90 percent of the world’s total population) not traditionally served by the professional design community.
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Young Leaders Tutorial Luncheon Lecture
Date: Monday, March 10
Topic: “Computational Materials Science & Engineering: What is it and how do we Take Advantage?”
This lecture will address why experimentalists and theorists should become familiar with and utilize many of the standard materials science and engineering computational tools.
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Institute of Metals/Robert Franklin Mehl Lecture
Date: Monday, March 10
Topic: “High Performance Structural Metals: an Undervalued but Critical Enabling Technology”
This talk will describe some of the past advances in structural materials and outline some important opportunities going forward.
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William Hume-Rothery Award Lecture
Date: Monday, March 10
Topic: Nanoscale Metal Silicides
In this talk, a historical account of evolving roles of metal silicides in the context of integrated circuits device applications will be presented. Epitaxial growth of metal silicides on silicon and formation of amorphous interlayers in the metal/Si systems will be reviewed. Synthesis and applications of metal silicide nanowires will be described, and the future outlook will be addressed.
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Extraction & Processing Division Luncheon Lecture
Date: Tuesday, March 11
Topic: “Computational Modeling of Metals Processing: Past, Present and Future”
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Extraction & Processing Division Distinguished Lecture
Date: Tuesday, March 11
Topic: “Smelting and Refining – Faster, Smoother, Cheaper, Safer”
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Light Metals Division Luncheon Lecture
Date: Wednesday, March 12
Topic: “Innovations in Steel Production – Animations for Aluminium Technologies?”
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FOR MORE INFORMATION . . .

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