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July 2016
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CURRENT ISSUE - July 2016, Volume 68, Number 7
THIS MONTH’S TECHNICAL THEME:
Manufacturing
THIS MONTH'S TECHNICAL TOPICS:

Surface Engineering via Additive Manufacturing * Shaping, Forming, and Modeling of Advanced High-Strength Steels * Metal and Polymer-Matrix Composites II * Applied Magnetism: A Supply-Driven Materials Challenge: Part II

OPEN TECHNICAL CONTENT:

Development of a Precipitation-Strengthened Matrix for Non-quenchable Aluminum Metal Matrix Composites by Nhon Q. Vo, Jim Sorensen, Eric M. Klier, Amirreza Sanaty-Zadeh, Davaadorj Bayansan, David N. Seidman, and David C. Dunand

 
      SPOTLIGHT NEWS STORIES

JOM Looks Back at a Pioneering Career and Ahead to Its 2017 Publishing Plans
Frank Crossley, a TMS member since 1947, broke barriers as the first African American to earn a Ph.D. in metallurgical engineering, among his many contributions as a scientist and a role model in advancing racial progress. Read his remarkable story in the July JOM : The Magazine and find out why TMS is organizing the 2nd Summit on Diversity in the Minerals, Metals, and Materials Professions (DMMM2), July 25–26, in his honor. This issue also releases the 2017 JOM Technical Emphasis Calendar, as well as a broad overview of the JOM readership survey conducted earlier this year. Other important July news stories include: the new TMS and Springer partnership for proceedings publications and books; the slate of 2017 TMS Board nominees; and refined rules and processes for the 2017 TMS Bladesmithing Competition.



JOM Presents Overview of TMS2016
In 16 pages and more than 50 photographs, the June JOM: The Magazine tells the story of the TMS 2016 Annual Meeting & Exhibition (TMS2016) that took place in Nashville, February 14-18. Stanley M. Howard, 2016 TMS President, who took office at TMS2016, is featured on the cover, designed as a vintage show poster as a nod to Nashville’s musical legacy. Also, be sure to read the tribute to John Cahn, authored by one of his closest colleagues.

JOM: The Magazine articles are open to all to download. TMS members can access all JOM technical papers for free by logging in to SpringerLink via the TMS website.



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