Powder Materials Committee

The Powder Materials Committee is part of the Materials Processing & Manufacturing Division.

Our Mission: The theory and practice of all aspects of particulate materials synthesis, processing, and characterization.

Announcements

Submit your paper to the Powder Materials Committee’s JOM topic for 2020: Powder Materials for Energy.

Submission deadline: October 1, 2020.

Download the call for papers for details.

Description: This topic will cover powder materials related to energy. It includes powder synthesis, forming (including additive manufacturing), sintering, and property evaluation. The topic intends to cover advances in theory, modeling, and computation while in parallel developing cuttingedge experimental techniques and approaches to understand and characterize powder materials in energy areas. Both theory and modeling and experimental efforts in powder materials synthesis, processing, characterization, and performance evaluation will be covered.

Keywords: Advanced Processing; Energy; Energy Conversion and Storage; High-Temperature Materials; Powder Technology

Guest Editors: Kathy Lu and David Yan

Submission Deadline: October 1, 2020

Please visit the following link for submission guidelines: https://www.tms.org/portal/downloads/publications/jom/JOMInstructionsforAuthors2018a.pdf

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