2002 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition:

February 17–21 · 2002 TMS ANNUAL MEETING · Seattle, Washington



During the week of February 17–21, 2002, at the 131st Annual Meeting & Exhibition of The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS), you can join more than 4,000 science and engineering professionals, representing more than 70 different countries, who will come together for the opportunity to add to their own store of knowledge by capitalizing on the expertise and experience of their colleagues. More than 200 sessions and 1,000 individual presentations are scheduled. Whether your technical interests lie in precious metal extraction, aluminum processing, high-temperature superconductors, or just about any other materials field or metallurgical discipline, you will find programming that addresses your most pressing needs.

This year's meeting will feature programming by the

In addition to the technical programming highlights (including a keynote session concerned with the U.S. northwest's energy crisis called Energy Issues in the Aluminum Industry, a special session on the World Trade Center collapse, and incorporation of the postponed 2001 TMS Fall Extraction and Process Metallurgy Meeting: Computational Modeling of Materials, Minerals, and Metals), you will have other opportunities to build on your knowledge base by taking advantage of invited lectures, tutorial presentations, and short courses. Furthermore, the meeting will feature TMS Exhibit 2002, which will provide you an opportunity for one-to-one information and hands-on examination of products and services that answer the needs of your organization. At least 200 exhibiting companies are expected to fill the exhibit hall.

A new feature at the meeting will be the full roll-out of the TMS Personal Conference Scheduler, a utility by which attendees can create a customized schedule of activities.


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