Meeting Resources
Superalloy 718 and Derivatives

May 14–17, 2023 • Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

Technical Program

Recent innovations in alloy research, along with novel processing techniques, continue to extend their applications in very challenging environments—ranging from corrosion resistance in the deep sea to extreme temperature, radiation, and pressure resistance in space applications. Technical presentations are carefully and stringently curated to ensure the highest quality programming at Superalloy 718 and Derivatives. This conference will provide an opportunity for authors to present technical advancements relative to a broad spectrum of areas while assessing their impact on related fields associated with this critical alloy group.

This conference is more industrially focused than other superalloys conferences, with technical topics focusing on alloy and process development, production, product applications, trends, and the development of advanced modeling tools. New developments in R&D, new processing methods, 3D printing, and other nontraditional applications will also be covered in the program. Technical coverage at this conference will include:

  • Alloy 718
  • Superalloys
  • High Temperature Fe-, Ni-, and Co- Alloys
  • Casting
  • Forging and Wrought Processes
  • Powder and Additive Manufacturing
  • Welding, Manufacturing, and Repair
  • Microstructure and Properties
  • Environmental Behavior and Protection
  • Modeling and Data Analytics
  • Oil and Gas
  • Land-based Power Generation
  • Aerospace
  • Chemical Processing
  • Other Topics

Keynote Speakers

Melissa Martinez
Vice President, Product & Process Technology, ATI Metals, U.S.

Presentation: "Meeting the Challenges of the Future by Understanding Our Past"

David Furrer
Senior Fellow Discipline Lead, Materials and Propulsion Technology, Pratt & Whitney, U.S.

Presentation: "Application of Computational Materials and Process Modeling to Current and Future Aero-engine Component Development and Validation"

Invited Speakers

Jonathan Cormier, ENSMA, France

John (Jack) DeBarbadillo, Special Metals, U.S.

Brian Gleeson, University of Pittsburgh, U.S.

Mark Hardy, Rolls-Royce, U.K.

Anand Kulkarni, Siemens Corporation, Germany

Michael J. Mills, The Ohio State University, U.S.

Alec Mitchell, University of British Columbia, Canada

Bruce Pint, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, U.S.

Erwin Povoden-Karadeniz, CDL-IPE TU Wien, Austria

John Shingledecker, Electric Power Research Institute, U.S.

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