Division Lunch & Award Lectures

Division Luncheon Lectures

Plan to attend some of these special lectures and luncheon events during TMS2020.

Structural Materials Division Luncheon

Speaker: Ricardo Lebensohn, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Lecture Title: "How Modelers Are Keeping up with Emerging Materials Characterization and Data Analytics Techniques"

 

Extraction & Processing Division/Materials Processing & Manufacturing Division/PbZn2020 Luncheon

Speaker: Markus Reuter, Helmholtz Institute Freiberg for Resource Technology
Lecture Title: "Process Metallurgy as a Key Enabler of the Circular Economy: Digital Twinning of the Resource and Processing System"

 

Light Metals Division Luncheon

Speaker: Mark Easton, RMIT University
Lecture Title: "Near Net Manufacturing of Light Metal Alloys"

 

Award Lectures

Extraction & Processing Division Distinguished Lecturer

Speaker: Phillip Mackey, P.J. Mackey Technologies Inc.
Lecture Title: "Around the Lead and Zinc Metallurgical World in Eighty Days: A Virtual Tour of World Lead and Zinc Operations and Technologies"

William Hume-Rothery Award

Speaker: Ursula R. Kattner, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Lecture Title: "Phase Diagrams, Computational Thermodynamics and CALPHAD"

Institute of Metals/Robert Franklin Mehl Award

Speaker: Yuntian Zhu, North Carolina State University
Lecture Title: "Heterostructured Materials: A New Paradigm for Designing Metals with Superior Mechanical Properties"

William D. Nix Award Lecturer

Speaker: Robert Ritchie, University of California, Berkeley

Young Professional Award Lectures

Young Innovator in the Materials Science of Additive Manufacturing Award Lecture

Speaker: Doug Hofmann, NASA
Lecture Title: "Innovation in Additive Manufacturing: A Perspective on an Early Career in Metal Alloy Development"

Japan Institute of Metals and Materials Young Leaders International Scholar

Speaker: Xiao Xu, Tohoku University
Lecture Title: "Co-Based Heusler Alloys with Reentrant Martensitic Transformation Behavior: Fundamentals and Application Possibilities"