Recorded Presentations

Revisit presentations from past TMS meetings, hear distinguished leaders reflect on their careers and changes in the field, and sit in on Congressional briefings on high-impact issues with this free collection of recorded presentations from TMS activities and events.

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TMS2020 Student Career Forum

TMS 2020 Annual Meeting & Exhibition
February 25, 2020  • San Diego, California

View portions of the TMS2020 Student Career Forum, where professionals working in industry, academia, and government offered perspecitves and career advice to students. Panelists addressed issues that students regularly face, such as the decision to attend grad school and the employment differences between sectors.

Learn from Leaders: View AIME Oral Histories

The American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers (AIME) has captured interviews with prominent figures from its four member societies as part of the AIME Oral Histories program. This collection includes interviews with respected TMS members, such as:

View the AIME Oral Histories web page to view additional interviews and transcripts.

Listen to Influential Presentations: Revisit TMS Meetings

2019 Light Metals Keynote Session: Aluminum Industry: Vision for the Next Decade

TMS 2019 Annual Meeting & Exhibition (TMS2019)
March 11, 2019 • San Antonio, Texas
During the last decade, the aluminum industry has seen important changes and developments, including increased production from China, very high amperage cells with low energy consumption, and new value-added products. View presentation slides from this session, which looked at a vision for the aluminum industry in 2020-2030, discussing trends, risks, changes, and challenges and how they will be managed by the industry. 

MS&T16 Plenary Session 

Materials Science & Technology 2016 (MS&T16)
October 23-27, 2016 • Salt Lake City, Utah
Three award recipients deliver invited talks at the MS&T16 plenary session.

Engineering Solutions for Sustainability: Materials and Resources (ESS: M&R II) Symposium

TMS 2015 Annual Meeting & Exhibition
March 15–19, 2015 • Orlando, Florida
This symposium focused on which materials and resources are integral to meeting basic societal sustainability needs in critical areas of energy, transportation, housing, and recycling. Recordings from the symposium’s plenary session are now available.

Extraction & Processing Division Distinguished Lecture

TMS 2015 Annual Meeting & Exhibition
March 15–19, 2015 • Orlando, Florida
View "Green Technology for Metals Production," delivered by Uday B. Pal, the recipient of the 2015 TMS Extraction & Processing Division Distinguished Lecture Award, during the TMS 2015 Annual Meeting & Exhibition.

Diversity in the Minerals, Metals, and Materials Professions (DMMM1)

July 29–31, 2014 • Washington D.C.
View selected presentations from the First TMS Summit on Creating and Sustaining Diversity in the Minerals, Metals, and Materials Professions, including keynote presentations from industry, academia, and government. Summit highlights and the closing plenary are also included. 

Innovation in Materials and Manufacturing

TMS 2013 Annual Meeting & Exhibition
March 6, 2013 • San Antonio, Texas 
This special plenary, sponsored by the TMS Materials Innovation Committee, offered a closer look at transformational materials and manufacturing processes that offer significant gains to more rapid commercialization. Key findings that point to future directions in manufacturing innovation were featured. Presentations are available for download as PDFs. 

Global R&D Trends—Implications for Material Sciences

TMS 2013 Annual Meeting & Exhibition
March 5, 2013 • San Antonio, Texas 
Exploring the connections between fundamental R&D and materials science, within the context of a complex and often volatile global economy, was the focus of this symposium, which was organized to honor the accomplishments of Jeffrey Wadsworth, the 2013 Acta Materialia Materials and Society Award winner. Presentations are available in PDF format. 

Reaching New Heights: Materials Innovation in the Aerospace Industry

TMS 2012 Annual Meeting & Exhibition
March 11–15, 2012 • Orlando, Florida 
Through a series of cutting-edge case studies, this symposium offered insights that can be applied to many aspects of product manufacturing, with significant impact on economic security and the race to heightened competitiveness. This special plenary session was presented in cooperation with the TMS journal Integrating Materials and Manufacturing Innovation (IMMI). All of the presentations from the session are available for download. 

Explore High-Impact Issues: Watch Congressional Briefings

Metamorphic Manufacturing: A New Frontier for Digital Manufacturing

A Congressional Briefing Hosted by the House Manufacturing Caucus
June 6, 2019 • Washington, D.C., USA
Imagine agile, robotic arms able to shape metals into highly precise parts, large and small, with almost no waste. Now, imagine that this methodology can also create new market opportunities and increased economic growth. Metamorphic Manufacturing, a new technology that forges metal objects to precise specifications, takes the skill and force of a human metalsmith and replicates it with a combination of robotic systems, intelligent machines, sensors, and integrated computational learning (i.e., artificial intelligence). In this presentation, Glenn Daehn, The Ohio State University, describes the potential for Metamorphic Manufacturing at a briefing for U.S. Congressional leaders.

Building the STEM Workforce for a Robust Economy

2015 Materials Information Luncheon
September 16, 2015 • U.S. Capitol, Washington D.C.
These presentations explore the traditional issues surrounding the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) debate—such as how to build a more diverse, better equipped workforce to draw from and how the U.S. can compete in the global market for STEM professionals—as well as innovative ways to attract young people to STEM careers. 

Equipping the Next Generation Workforce for Materials Innovation

2012 Materials Information Luncheon
February 15, 2012 • Washington D.C. 
A panel of distinguished speakers with a wide range of experience discusses views of workforce development to enable the next generation for materials innovation and global competitiveness.

Accelerating Materials and Manufacturing Innovation for Global Competitiveness

2011 Materials Information Luncheon
August 3, 2011 • Washington D.C.
Presentation slides are available from the 2011 Materials Information Luncheon held at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., sponsored by TMS and MRS.