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February 2016
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CURRENT ISSUE - February 2016, Volume 68, Number 2
THIS MONTH’S TECHNICAL THEME:
Energy and Processing
THIS MONTH'S TECHNICAL TOPICS:

The Canadian Generation IV Supercritical Water-Cooled Nuclear Reactor Conceptual Design * Materials Degradation in Light-Water Reactors * Extractive Metallurgy: Efficiency and Eco-Friendliness * Aluminum: Bauxite-Alumina-Carbon-Reduction

OPEN TECHNICAL CONTENT:

Thermal Aging Phenomena in Cast Duplex Stainless Steels by T.S. Byun, Y. Yang, N.R. Overman, and J.T. Busby

 
      SPOTLIGHT NEWS STORIES
February JOM Celebrates TMS Member Achievements
The contributions and achievements of TMS members take the spotlight in several February JOM: The Magazine features. Read about Margaret Hyland’s inspiring professional journey to the award podium as New Zealand’s first female Pickering Medal recipient. Look for friends, colleagues, and mentors in the extensive overview of 2016 TMS division and society award recipients. Share the experiences and insights offered by Patrice Turchi in his final JOM perspective as the 2015 TMS president. And, learn about important updates to the TMS honors and awards program, enhancing future opportunities for member recognition.

January JOM Highlights International Outreach
The January issue of JOM: The Magazine focuses on TMS initiatives to strengthen ties with the global minerals, metals, and materials community. Kyle Brinkman reports on his experience at Euromat 2015 in Warsaw as the 2015 TMS/Federation of European Materials Societies (FEMS) Scholar—an award funded by the TMS Foundation. News articles on the work of TMS leadership in developing future collaborations with FEMS and the Metallurgy and Materials Society(MetSoc) of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum (CIM) provide an update on other TMS international outreach efforts. Also highlighting the impact of the TMS Foundation is a feature introducing the TMS student scholarship recipients for 2016 through their own words and stories. Finally, don’t miss the tribute to late Morris Fine, contributed by Gregory Olson, with Johannes Weertman and Julia Weertman.


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