The JOM Advisory Committee consists of volunteer representatives from the technical committees of TMS. Working with the editorial office, these advisors propose topics for the journal to explore and then help solicit and review papers that fulfill the
parameters of each topic. Typically, coverage consists of a one-page commentary by the advisor, followed by a general overview
on the topic and several technical articles.
Listed below are current members of the JOM Advisory Committee and their technical committee affiliation,
grouped according to the five TMS technical divisions.
We’ve also provided access to useful information and tools for current JOM advisors. To find out how you can become a
JOM advisor, contact the editor.