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SUPERALLOYS 2008 • September 14-18, 2008 • Champion • Pennsylvania, USA

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Welcome to the 11th Int'l Symposium Superalloys 2008

Presenting four years of progress in high-temperature materials

The 11th International Symposium on Superalloys will be held September 14 through September 18, 2008, at the Seven Springs Mountain Resort in Champion, Pennsylvania.

Convened once every four years since 1968, this symposium presents the most recent technical information on a class of high-strength, high-temperature alloys commonly known as superalloys.

It provides a forum for technical interchange among researchers, producers and users regarding the design, processing, utilization, testing and behavior of high-temperature materials.

Superalloys 2008 is sponsored by the Seven Springs International Symposium Committee in cooperation with TMS, TMS High Temperature Alloys Committee, and ASM International. If you would like to be added to the mailing list for Superalloys 2008, e-mail Jacqueline Wahl.

SEVEN SPRINGS INT'L SYMPOSIUM COMMITTEE

 

The symposium committee is comprised of individuals from various industrial companies, institutions and universities that study, make, use or sell materials used in high-temperature, high-strength applications. The primary function of the committee is to arrange an international symposium on superalloys, held every four years.

The committee also uses its resources to promote the dissemination of knowledge on high-temperature materials and to encourage students to study these materials. The committee functions under the jurisdiction of the TMS Executive Committee with guidance from the TMS High Temperature Alloys Committee. Committee members include:

General Chairperson
Kenneth Green
Rolls-Royce Corporation

Secretary
Jacqueline Wahl
Cannon Muskegon Corporation

Treasurer
Gern Maurer
Carpenter Technology Corporation

Program Chairperson
Roger Reed
Univ. of Birmingham

Program Committee
Pierre Caron
ONERA;
Tim Gabb
NASA Glenn Research Center;
Eric Huron
GE Aircraft Engines;
Shiela Woodard
Pratt & Whitney

Publication Chairperson
Michael Fahrmann
Special Metals Corporation

Arrangements Chairperson
Dave Novotnak
Carpenter Technology Corporation

U.S. Publicity/Student Affairs
Gerhard Fuchs
University of Florida

Foreign Publicity
Hiroshi Harada
National Institute for Materials Science

Awards Chairperson
Tresa Pollock
University of Michigan

Awards Committee
Robert Kissinger
GE Aviation;

Doug Deye
Honeywell
;
Robert Stusrud
Rolls-Royce Corporation


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