The 10th International Symposium on Superalloys, or Superalloys 2004,
will be held from the evening of Sunday, September 19, until noon on Thursday,
September 23, 2004, at the Seven
Springs Mountain Resort in Champion, Pennsylvania.
The purpose of the International Symposium on Superalloys is to provide
a forum for researchers, producers, and users to present the most recent
technical information on a class of high-strength, high-temperature alloys
commonly known as superalloys. The symposium, which has been held once
every four years beginning in 1968, is sponsored by the Seven Springs
International Symposium Committee in cooperation with The
Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS), the TMS High Temperature
Alloys Committee, and ASM
As new details about the meeting are finalized, the information will be
added to this site as quickly as possible. Anyone wishing to receive future
mailings concerning the Superalloys 2004 symposium can send an email to Betsy
Bond and request to be added to the mailing list.
SEVEN SPRINGS INTERNATIONAL
Tresa Pollock, University of Michigan; Secretary:
Betsy Bond, Allvac - Allegheny Technologies;
Treasurer: Gern Maurer,
Program Chair:, Ken Green,
Rolls-Royce; Program Committee:
Scott Walston, GE Aircraft Engines; Tim Howson, Wyman Gordon Co.; Hiroshi Harada, NIMS; Jack Schirra, Pratt & Whitney;
Tresa Pollock, University of Michigan; Roger Reed, University of British Columbia.
Publications Chair Tim
Gordon Co.; Arrangements Chair: Jim
Powder Products;Arangements Committee: Lew Temples, Dynamet Powder Products; U.S. Publicity: Warren King, GE Power Generation;
International Publicity: Peter Holmes, Alstom Power; Awards
Committee Chair: Bob
Aircraft Engines; Awards Committee: Bob Stusrud, Rolls-Royce; Chuck Kortovich, PCC Airfoils, Inc.; Doug Deye, Honeywell
ABOUT THE SEVEN SPRINGS INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM
|The Seven Springs International
Symposium Committee is an organization made up of individual members
from various industrial companies, institutions, and universities
that make, use, sell, or study materials used in high-temperature,
high-strength applications. The organization's primary function
is to arrange an international symposium on superalloys, which is
typically held every four years. This symposium is an opportunity
for the exchange of technical papers on the design, processing,
utilization, testing, and behavior of high-temperature materials.
In addition to this symposium, the committee uses its resources
to promote the dissemination of knowledge on high-temperature materials
and to encourage students to participate in the study of these materials.
The committee functions under the jurisdiction of the TMS Executive
Committee. It is guided in the scope of its efforts in cooperation
with the TMS High Temperature Alloys Committee.