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TMS2025 Opens Call for Abstracts

More than 100 symposia are planned for the TMS 2025 Annual Meeting & Exhibition (TMS2025), the meeting that brings the world’s minerals, metals, and materials science and engineering community together in a single location. TMS2025 is planned for March 23–27 at the MGM Grand Las Vegas Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. Abstracts are due July 1.
Symposia are planned by all five TMS technical divisions and are broadly grouped in the following topic tracks:
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Advanced Characterization Methods
  • Biomaterials
  • Data-Driven and Computational Materials Design
  • Electronic, Magnetic, and Energy Materials
  • Light Metals
  • Materials Degradation and Degradation by Design
  • Materials Synthesis and Processing
  • Mechanics of Materials
  • Nuclear Materials
  • Special Topics
Visit the TMS2025 Technical Program web page for a detailed listing of symposia plans and to submit your work today.
Housing reservations are also open for TMS2025. Reserve your room today at the MGM Grand Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, the location for all programming and events at TMS2025, through the TMS2025 site. Rates start at $121 per night.

New Ultrafine-Grained Materials Book Available through TMS Bookstore

Three TMS members are expanding libraries with their new textbook, Ultrafine-Grained Materials, now available for purchase through the TMS Bookstore in electronic or hardcover format. TMS members Ruslan Z. Valiev, Megumi Kawasaki, and Terence G. Langdon discussed the book that they wrote with co-author Igor V. Alexandrov in the May issue of JOM: The Magazine. The new release in the TMS-Springer book series provides an update on the many advances made in the field over the last several decades, offering equal use and value to both university students and more experienced researchers.
TMS members receive a 20% discount on this and other TMS textbooks published by Springer and a 40% discount on TMS proceedings titles. You can access your member discount code by logging in to the TMS Bookstore.




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. 
Planned symposia for CDSM 2018 will include:
Click to read the following selections from recent issues for free:

February Journal of the Month
"Exploring the Role of Thermodynamic Parameters in Determining Zr–Cu–Al–Ag Glass-Forming Composition," Juhi Verma, et al.

TMS members can access the full content of all of these journals by logging in to the Journals section of the TMS website.