The technical program will focus on theoretical and practical concepts, ferrous and nonferrous technologies, advanced and fundamental applications, proposed and hands-on processing methodologies, and the present and future of metals and materials industries.
Technical sessions begin on Monday morning, September 27, 2004 and end on Wednesday, September 29, 2004. All technical sessions will be held at the Marriott New Orleans Hotel. Abstracts are now available by accessing the PERSONAL CONFERENCE SCHEDULER (PCS) or in PDF FORMAT.
The abstracts will also be published in the MS&T '04 Final Program, which is distributed at the meeting to all registered attendees.
Authors’ Coffee will be held each morning from 7:30 am–8:30
am for authors, chairs, and organizers. Authors are asked to attend
Authors’ Coffee only on the morning of their presentation.
A poster session will be held in conjunction with the MS&T '04 Meeting. Presentations will be displayed on 4’x 8’ poster boards;
no formal oral presentation is required. The poster session will
begin on Monday, September 27 and remain in place through
Wednesday, September 29. Abstracts of 150 words or less may be
submitted to TMS by May 15, 2004.
Abstracts may be submitted
any of the following ways;
Concurrent proceedings volumes from MS&T '04 along with other
AIST and TMS publications will be on sale at the Marriott New
American with Disabilities
TMS and AIST strongly supports the federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which prohibits discrimination against, and promotes public accessibility for those with disabilities. In support of and compliance with this Act, we ask those attendees of the MS&T '04 requiring specific equipment or services indicate their needs by contacting the TMS Meeting Services Department at telephone (724) 776-9000 ext. 243, and advise of any specific requirements in advance.
Audio and Visual Recording Policy
TMS and AIST reserve the rights to any audio and video reproduction of all presentations at every TMS and AIST sponsored meeting. Recording of sessions (audio, video, still photography, etc.) intended for personal use, distribution, publication, or copyright without the express written consent of TMS and AIST and the individual authors is strictly prohibited. Contact the TMS Programming Department to obtain a copy of the waiver release form.