The Member Journal of The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society

November JOM

JOM: The Magazine

News and features on TMS, its members, and the professions it serves

Inside the November 2021 Magazine

In the November issue, The Magazine looks back at 2020 in two annual reports, detailing how both the Society and the TMS Foundation persevered through unprecedented times through various events, activities, and initiatives. TMS Foundation Board of Trustees Chair Garry Warren also shares how the Foundation is expanding its support for students and early career professionals and how a gift to the Foundation can help secure the future of the materials science and engineering professions. Then, JOM: The Magazine continues the celebration of the TMS and AIME 150-year anniversary with two articles on the histories of TMS’s Materials Processing & Manufacturing Division and Structural Materials Division. And finally, an interview with Brian Thomas of the Brimacombe Prize Awards Committee shares the legacy of the award and its namesake, 1993 TMS President J. Keith Brimacombe.

For a full look at the November Magazine and to access an interactive Table of Contents to JOM’s technical content for this issue, download the Magazine PDF.

Development of the interactive PDF of JOM: The Magazine is supported by the James Douglas Library Fund of AIME.

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JOM: The Journal

Peer-reviewed technical articles covering the full range of minerals, metals, and materials

Technical Topics in the November 2021 Issue
  • Advanced High-Strength Steels
  • Advances in Multi-modal Characterization of Structural Materials
  • Informatics-Enabled Design of Structural Materials
  • Latest Developments in Manufacturing and Recycling of Refractory Materials
  • Materials for Small Nuclear Reactors and Micro Reactors Including Space Reactors

Technical articles published in JOM: The Journal are available to read on Springer. Member log-in is required to access this content.

Above: Image from, "Crystal Structure Evolution of UCl3 from Room Temperature to Melting, " by Sven Vogel et al.

JOM article digitization was supported by the James Douglas Library Fund of AIME.

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