In This Issue
Keynote Speakers Announced for Light Metals Session
Attracting and growing the next generation of technical talent will be the focus of the 2020 Light Metals Keynote Session
, featuring five invited speakers from industry and academia. The keynote session will kick off light metals programming at 8:00 a.m. on February 24, at the TMS 2020 Annual Meeting & Exhibition
(TMS2020) in San Diego, California.
Organized by Corleen Chesonis,
Metal Quality Solutions LLC, the session will feature the following speakers and presentations:
“Feeding the Talent Pipeline: A New Zealand Perspective on Diversity in STEM”
, Vice Provost Research, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
“The Future of Light Metals Technology and Education: Opportunities and Challenges”
Alan A. Luo
, The Ohio State University, USA
“Novelis’ Technical Career Path, a Structure to Create your Future”
Robert B. Wagstaff
, Novelis Inc., USA
“The Norwegian Perspective”
, SINTEF Industry, Norway
“Talent Acquisition and Development from a Hatch Perspective”
Joe H. Lombard
, Hatch, Canada
The Light Metals keynote session is a popular recurring feature at the TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition. You can now view presentations from the 2019 Light Metals Keynote Session, Aluminum Industry: Vision for the Next Decade, through the TMS2019 website
Another popular light metals symposium, Magnesium Technology 2020,
will hold a concurrent keynote session on Monday morning. Following these keynote sessions, TMS2020 will feature the following symposia, held throughout the week, as part of its Light Metals technical track:
View the TMS2020 Technical Program web page
for more detail on programming plans at the conference.
Abstract Deadline Extended for 3DMS 2020
There are still a few days left to submit your work for the 5th International Congress on 3D Materials Science
(3DMS 2020). The abstract deadline has been extended to Friday, November 22, giving you one last chance to contribute
to this forum on three-dimensional materials science.
3DMS 2020 will be held June 28–July 1, 2020 at the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., USA. The congress will showcase presentations of current interest and significance to the three-dimensional characterization, visualization, quantitative analysis, modeling, and development of structure–property relationships of materials, as well as big data and machine learning issues associated with 3D materials science. The technical program will cover a range of topical areas representing the most critical and rapidly growing areas of 3D materials science.
Several plenary speakers have already been confirmed for this year’s conference, including:
- Jaafar El-Awady, Johns Hopkins University
- Satoshi Hata, Kyushu University
- Helena Van Swygenhoven, Paul Scherrer Institute
Twelve invited speakers are confirmed, as well. Join these experts and a host of colleagues from around the world at 3DMS 2020. Submit your abstract
by November 22 for the chance to share your work at this upcoming event. If your organization or employer would benefit from reaching others in the 3D materials science field, see the Sponsorship/Exhibition
section of the website for details.
Add Value to Your TMS Membership
When you renew your TMS membership for 2020, you can also purchase an online library subscription or membership in an international society to further increase your access to knowledge and resources in the coming year.
Through your TMS membership, you can purchase the following additional benefits at a discounted price:
- Subscribe to the TMS Light Metals Digital Library: TMS members can purchase annual subscriptions to the Light Metals Digital Library for $50 per year to receive access to more than 5,200 technical papers published from 1971 to 2010 as part of TMS’s signature Light Metals proceedings series.
- Subscribe to OneMine Library: For $50 per year, this global resource for mining and minerals research will allow you to access an aggregate of technical documents, conference papers, articles, preprints, late papers, and downloads at a reduced member rate.
- Join the Institute of Materials, Minerals, and Mining (IOM3): For $45 per year, TMS members can become joint members of IOM3, the U.K. engineering institution whose activities encompass the whole materials cycle. As a joint member, you will receive access to a selection of electronic benefits from IOM3 at a reduced rate.
- Join the Brazilian Metallurgical, Materials, and Mining Association (ABM): For $92 per year, TMS members can become joint members of ABM, which focuses on the exchange of technical and scientific knowledge and the permanent pursuit of improvement of those professionals involved in metals and materials development. As a joint member, you will receive access to a selection of electronic benefits from ABM at a reduced rate.
If you haven’t yet renewed for the coming year, you can add any of these items to your membership package through the online TMS membership renewal form
. Already renewed? Contact a TMS customer service representative at 1-800-759-4867 (U.S. and Canada only) or 1-724-776-9000 (all other countries) and press ‘1’ to speak with customer service for assistance in adding these benefits to your current membership.
New to TMS? Learn about our full range of membership options and how to become a member.
Editor’s Choice: Read Outstanding Papers from TMS Journals for Free
A limited number of Editor’s Choice articles from TMS journals are selected and made available to the public at no charge. This distinct honor is awarded to fewer than 5% of papers published in the respective journals each year. In addition to high-quality writing, these notable articles are distinguished by attributes such as outstanding science, innovative methods, impactful outputs, historical significance, and/or broad interest to the readership.
Click to read the following selections from recent issues for free:
JOM November issue
"Improved Tolerance of Lanthanum Nickelate (La2NiO4+δ) Cathodes to Chromium Poisoning Under Current Load in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
," Yiwen Gong, et al.
"Phonon Transport Across Coherent and Incoherent Interfaces
," Weixuan Li, et al.
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A November issue
"In Situ Observation of Bainite Transformation and Simultaneous Carbon Enrichment in Austenite in Low-Alloyed TRIP Steel Using Time-of-Flight Neutron Diffraction Techniques
," Yusuke Onuki, et al.
"Hydrogen Desorption Spectra from Excess Vacancy-Type Defects Enhanced by Hydrogen in Tempered Martensitic Steel Showing Quasi-cleavage Fracture
," Kei Saito, et al.
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” section of the TMS website.