Advanced Materials & Processes

NOV-DEC 2013

Covers developments in engineering materials selection, processing, fabrication, testing/characterization, materials engineering trends, and emerging technologies, industrial and consumer applications, as well as business and management trends

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HTPRO 4 5th International Conference on Thermal Process Modeling and Computer Simulation (co-located with AeroMat) June 16–18, 2014 Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center Orlando, Fla. For conference details, visit www. asminternational. org/modeling. Submit Papers for ASM HTS/Bodycote 'Best Paper in Heat Treating' Contest This award was established by HTS in 1997 to recognize a paper that represents advancement in heat treating technology, promotes heat treating in a substantial way, or represents a clear advancement in managing the business of heat treating. The award is endowed by Bodycote Thermal Process-North America. The contest is open to all students, in full time or part time education, at universities (or their equivalent) or colleges. It also is open to those students who have graduated within the past three years and whose paper describes work completed while an undergraduate or post graduate student. The winner receives a plaque and check for $2500. To view rules for eligibility and paper submission, visit ASM Mini-Materials Camp held during HTS 2013 in Indy More than 200 students and nine teachers from seven local schools attended the ASM MiniMaterials Camp held during the 2013 Heat Treating Conference and Exposition in Indianapolis. Thanks to the ASM HTS Board for their support of the program and to the volunteer presenters for providing the students a fun and educational experience at the mini-camp. the Heat Treating Society website at http://hts. asminternational.org/portal/site/hts/HTS_Awards. Paper submission deadline is December 13, 2013. Submissions should be sent to: Sarina Pastoric, ASM Heat Treating Society, 9639 Kinsman Rd., Materials Park, OH 44073, 440/338-5151 ext. 5513, sarina. pastoric@asminternational.org. Bernard presented the ASM Distinguished Life Membership Award William J. (Bill) Bernard Jr., FASM, president and CEO of Surface Combustion Inc., Maumee, Ohio, was recognized at the MS&T'13 Awards Ceremony on October 29 in Montreal "for unwavering dedication to the advancement of the metallurgical/heat treating Bernard receiving his award from ASM President Gern industry and exemplary Maurer. leadership, vision, and professional service supporting industry organizations and professional societies."

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