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Registration Opens for 2023 TMS Aluminum Courses

The TMS Aluminum Courses return with two courses to be held in September 2023. This popular program was paused due to the global pandemic, with these courses being the first offered since 2019. These events will be held concurrently from September 10-14, 2023, in the same location, The Gulf Hotel Bahrain, Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain. Each course will have a plant tour of their respective interest areas. However, registration for these events is separate, and participants must attend only the sessions of the course for which they specifically registered. 

The two courses offered are the Anode Technology for the Aluminum Industry Course and the Control of Potline Scrubber & Fugitive Emissions for Aluminum Smelters Course. Registration is now open for both courses. Register by July 31, 2023, to take advantage of a discounted registration fee.

Read Outstanding TMS Journal Content

This month, you can read the full May issues of two TMS journals at no charge: Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A and Journal of Electronic Materials. In addition, you can read a selection of high-quality, open-access articles selected by TMS editors. See the full list of this month's Editor’s Choice selections.

May Journal of the Month

Journal of Electronic Materials

Open-Access Special Issue: 
Featuring 48 papers presented during the 4th European Conference on Superalloys (“Eurosuperalloys 2022”)

Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A

New from JOM

"Synchrotron x-Ray Study of Heterostructured Materials: A Review," Jie Yan, et al.

"Synthesis, Thermodynamic Properties, and Structural Characteristics of Multicomponent Compounds in the Ag–Ni–Sn–S System," Mykola Moroz, et al.

New from Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A

"The Effect of Strain Rate on the Tensile Deformation Behavior of Single Crystal, Ni-Based Superalloys," Y. M. Wang-Koh, et al.

"Alloy Design for Additive Manufacturing: Early-Stage Oxidation of Nickel-Based Superalloys," Joseph N. Ghoussoub, et al.

"On the Impact of an Integrated HIP Treatment on the Very High Cycle Fatigue Life of Ni-Based SX Superalloys," Luciana Maria Bortoluci Ormastroni, et al.

"Comparison of Creep Mechanisms Between Co-Al-W- and CoNi-Based Single Crystal Superalloys at Low Temperature and High Stresses," Song Lu, et al.

"Deformation-Induced Planar Defects in Immm Ni2(Cr, Mo, W) Strengthened HAYNES® 244® Superalloy," T. R. Mann, et al.

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Propose a Symposium for TMS Fall 2024

What kind of programming would you like to see at the TMS Fall Meeting 2024? Held as part of the Materials Science & Technology 2024 (MS&T24) conference, the TMS Fall Meeting will present programming, networking events, social activities, and professional development workshops tailored to TMS members’ interests within the broader structure of the MS&T conference series. 
Submit your idea for a topic you would find interesting. If your symposium is approved, you’ll be able to invite speakers and contribute to the valuable conversations that happen every year at this multidisciplinary meeting of TMS members. Submit your symposium through the MS&T24 link on the MS&T website.
For a sample of the types of symposia that have been proposed for past conferences, visit the TMS Fall 2023 Programming page.
The TMS Fall Meeting 2024 at MS&T24 will be held October 6-9, 2024, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.