TMS Home JOM Home JOM Home
 
UPCOMING TMS EVENTS

May 2015
Log in as a TMS member to read JOM on SpringerLink
CURRENT ISSUE - May 2015, Volume 67, Number 5
THIS MONTH’S TECHNICAL THEME:
Metallurgy and Processing
THIS MONTH'S TECHNICAL TOPICS:

Aluminum: Shaping, Forming * Friction Stir Welding, Processing * Metallurgy: Energy, Environmental Issues * Corrosion Fatigue * Modeling of Microstructure Evolution During AM

OPEN TECHNICAL CONTENT:
 
      SPOTLIGHT NEWS STORIES
May JOM Examines Progress on Diversity and the MGI Infrastructure

Cyrus Wadia, the lead architect of the U.S. Materials Genome Initiative (MGI) traces the evolution of that effort in a May JOM: The Magazine feature article. The piece also highlights how TMS has led (and continues to lead) the advancement of an integrated approach to materials and manufacturing innovation. In another feature, Amy Clarke, TMS Board Director, Membership & Student Development, discusses how TMS is examining and sharing data to promote progress on diversity and inclusion in the minerals, metals, and materials professions. Developing a more diverse science and engineering workforce for the future is also a goal of the Adventure in Science program led by Robert Shull, highlighted in this month’s Meet a Member.

April JOM Highlights Lessons from Nature

More than 20 papers within three technical topics explore the theme of “Biomaterials and Thin Films” in the April issue of JOM. Supplementing this deep technical content is a JOM: The Magazine feature that previews a few of the themes and recommendations that are being developed as part of the TMS-led project, Modeling Across Scales: A Roadmapping Study for Connecting Materials Models and Simulations Across Length and Time Scales. Also, make sure to catch this month’s Meet a Member feature on Walter Petersen, who has developed his own unique style of wire sculpture art.



JOM Home Email JOM Contact TMS Terms of Use