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December 2014
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CURRENT ISSUE - December 2014, Volume 66, Number 12
THIS MONTH’S TECHNICAL THEME:
Materials for Extreme Environments
THIS MONTH'S TECHNICAL TOPICS:

Nuclear Applications of ODS and NFA Alloys • Long-Term Durability and Stability of High-Temperature Alloys • Radiation Effects in Oxide Ceramics and Novel LWR Fuels

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      SPOTLIGHT NEWS STORIES
December JOM Counts the Ways to Get the Most Out of TMS2015

Get a start on your planning for the TMS 2015 Annual Meeting & Exhibition (TMS2015) by turning to “15 for TMS2015” in the December JOM. The article attempts to distill the 4000 scheduled presentations, 70 symposia, numerous networking opportunities, and a busy exhibition into 15 can’t-miss ways to make the TMS annual meeting experience memorable. Since all lists like this tend to be up for debate, make sure to visit the TMS2015 website to find out everything else that’s going on from March 15–19 at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. Also, find out who received the 2015 student scholarships funded by the TMS Foundation in “TMS Celebrates Its Scholars” and meet the TMS Board who will be installed at TMS2015 in “New TMS Board Members Plan to Pay It Forward.”

November Cover Feature Examines the Multilayered Issues of Additive Manufacturing

Interest in harnessing the possibilities of additive manufacturing of metals has skyrocketed in recent years. But, can true, widespread application of this emerging technology live up to the buzz? Experts from throughout the field offer their front-line perspectives on the topic in “Layers of Complexity: Making the Promises Possible for Additive Manufacturing of Metals,” the cover feature in this month’s JOM. Another “don’t miss” article this month is an overview of upcoming changes to the metallurgical and materials version of the Professional Engineering examination. Also, be sure to read about the TMS Foundation’s first-ever Annual Appeal, as well as this month’s Meet a Member feature on Joalet Steenkamp and her exotic plant collection.



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