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Solid-Solid Phase Transformations in Inorganic Materials 2005

May 29-June 3, 2005 • Pointe Hilton Resort at Squaw Peak • Phoenix, Arizona

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS (PDF)

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  • Electronic Manuscripts Due - Contributed Papers
    June 24, 2005 (6 pg limit)
  • Electronic Manuscripts Due - Invited Papers
    July 15, 2005 (18 pg limit)

AUTHOR INSTRUCTIONS

Revised deadlines are firm and papers will not be accepted after the dates.

Welcome to the Solid-Solid Phase Transformations in Inorganic Materials 2005 Conference

This conference follows the tradition of the International Solid-to-Solid Phase Transformation Conferences held at Carnegie Mellon in 1981, Cambridge University in 1987, Nemacolin Woodlands in 1994 and Kyoto, Japan in 1999.

CONFERENCE GOALS
  • To discuss the most current developments in understanding fundamental aspects of solid-to-solid phase transformations in inorganic materials;
  • To provide researchers with a survey of new experimental, mathematical, theoretical and computational techniques applicable to the understanding of solid-to-solid phase transformations;
  • To present critical comparisons between theory and experiment;
  • To compare fundamental aspects of phase transformation in ceramics, metals, minerals and other materials;
  • To provide those who are involved in practical applications of phase transformations an opportunity to familiarize themselves with new developments in the field; and
  • To provide an informal and relaxed atmosphere in which scientists can discuss their work with colleagues from many countries.

A series of invited papers will be presented at the conference. Most of these papers will be oriented towards either a critical comparison of theory and experiment, new experimental approaches or new theoretical developments and paradigms. They will focus upon understanding fundamental mechanisms and governing principles of solid-to-solid phase transformations.

MEETING CO-SPONSORS

As of January 15, 2005, the following organizations are co-sponsors for PTM 2005.

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