Register for one or more of these educational events using the TMS 2007 Annual Meeting registration form.
"Principles and Elements of Aluminum Cell Design and Magnetics"
Dates: Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 24 and 25 About this Course: Today's modern high amperage aluminum reduction cells require the latest technological advancements in cell design to provide long-term economically competitive performance with negligible impact on the environment.
"New Approaches in Materials and Manufacturing Education"
Date: Sunday, Feb. 25
About this Course: The revolutionary CES EduPack software and its accompanying teaching resources will be used, combining lectures with interactive hands-on use of the software.
Tutorial: Biology for Materials Scientists and Engineers Date: Sunday, Feb. 25
About this Tutorial: This tutorial precedes the three-day symposium on biological materials science and is meant to bridge the gap between biology and materials. This tutorial will assist materials scientists and engineers to absorb the most significant concepts from biology and incorporate them into their own research.
ANSWER Tutorial Series: Neutron Scattering 101 for Structural Materials Researchers
Date and Time: Sunday, Feb. 25 • 1 to 5 p.m. About this Tutorial:
The application of neutron scattering in studying engineering materials becomes increasingly important because of its unique ability to provide the microscopic information concerning the microstructural features and mechanical behaviors of advanced materials and composites.
Furnace Systems Technology
Dates: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Feb. 26, 27, 28 About this Workshop: Gain practical knowledge from this comprehensive review of combustion technology and equipment used in aluminum cast houses to improve your existing systems.
State-of-the-Art Lead-Free Solder Technology Date and Time: Sunday, Feb. 25 • 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. About this Workshop: With demand in electronics trending towards faster, smaller and cheaper products built with ROHS compliant lead-free solders, this one day Pb-free technology workshop will include up-to-date technology reviews and identify gaps for future needs for emerging Pb-free technology.
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