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JOM Looks Back at a Pioneering Career and Ahead to Its 2017 Publishing Plans

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Posted on: 7/4/2016 ... 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. ...


TMS Journals Score Impact Factor Increases

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Posted on: 6/14/2016 ... The overall steady, upward trajectory in Impact Factors (IF) continued for TMS’s long-established journals with this week’s release of the 2015 IF numbers by the Thomson Reuters ISI Web of Knowledge citation measurement index. Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A and B, as well as JOM, notched an increase, while the Journal of Electronic Materials experienced a decrease. Impact Factors are based on the number of citations of a journal’s materials divided by the number of citable materials published by that journal.

What follows are the 2015 IF numbers for TMS journals, with the 2014 IF in parentheses:
  • JOM: 1.798 (1.757)
  • Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A: 1.749 (1.73)
  • Metallurgical and Materials Transactions B: 1.474 (1.461)
  • Journal of Electronic Materials: 1.491 (1.798)
To access TMS’s entire library of journals, visit the TMS Knowledge Resource Center. By logging in to SpringerLink via the TMS website, TMS members can read current issues and archives for all four of these journals for free.
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Learn about the Second TMS Diversity Summit

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Posted on: 6/12/2016 ... Explore the 2nd Summit on Diversity in the Minerals, Metals, and Materials Professions (DMMM2) website today to see what you will gain from attending the summit. Contribute to the conversation and help build a more diverse and inclusive professional community in the materials science and engineering fields—register by June 30.

The summit, scheduled for July 25–26, 2016 on the campus of Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, offers attendees solutions-driven programming and professional development training. More than 30 confirmed invited speakers will address pipeline, recruitment, and retention issues as well as key topics such as underrepresented minority engagement, workplace culture, and pathways to career fulfillment. Learn more about the summit and register today by visiting the DMMM2 website.
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