Fall Meeting 2001 will be headquartered at the Westin
Indianapolis Hotel, Indianapolis, Indiana, November 4–8, 2001. All TMS technical
sessions and events will take place in the Indiana
Convention Center. TMS Committee Meetings will take place at the Westin
Indianapolis Hotel. ASM events will take place at the Indianapolis Marriott
Focusing on physical metallurgy and materials, the TMS Fall Meeting 2001 will feature a wide array of technical symposia sponsored by The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS). The TMS 2001 Fall Meeting is being held with the ASM Materials Solutions Conference & Exhibit, the 21st ASM Heat Treating Society Conference & Show, and the TMS/SPE PAD Polymer Materials Conference.The TMS Fall Meeting draws visitors from around the world and is a must for anyone interested in the latest research and development in physical metallurgy and materials. The meeting features numerous technical symposia covering everything from metal-matrix composites, polymers, and computational thermodynamics, friction stir welding, solidifications, materials design, to alloy phases--just to name a few of the many topics discussed.
For those accompanied by travel companions, consider the optional guest programs that offer a closer look into Indianapolis culture. This year’s programs include:
During your visit to Indianapolis, don’t miss your opportunity to visit one of three area manufacturing facilities. All plant tours will be held Thursday, November 8, 2001. Costs for the tours are $20 per person. This year’s tour include visits to:
Visitors will tour Allison Transmissions plant 4, home of the 1000 and 2000 series transmission. This is Allison’s newest manufacturing facility, which incorporates work cell and lean manufacturing concepts.
Contour Hardening Inc
Contour Hardening’s new facility has over 50,000 square feet of induction heat treat processing and machine equipment assembly space. During the tour, CHI will demonstrate a variety of heat treat processes.
TOCCO Indianapolis is a 10,000-square-foot facility housing a Service Center, Training Center, Inductor Manufac-turing Center and a Commercial Heat Treat Center. The tour will consist of reviewing each of these centers and their capabilities.
To register for the plant tours use the registration form. For more information, contact ASM Customer Service at (440) 338-5151, Ext. 5900.
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