Advanced Materials & Processes

FEB 2015

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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SEEKING NOMINATIONS H I G H L I G H T S A D V A N C E D M A T E R I A L S & P R O C E S S E S | F E B R U A R Y 2 0 1 5 ASM NEWS 5 8 2015 Bradley Stoughton Award for Young Teachers Winner receives $3000 Deadline March 1 This award recognizes excellence in young teachers in the fields of materials science, materials engineering, design, and processing. Do you know a colleague who: • Is a teacher of materials science, materials engineering, design, and processing • Has the ability to impart knowledge and enthusiasm to students • Is 35 years of age or younger by May 15 of the year in which the award is made • Is an ASM Member 2015 ASM International Student Paper Contest Deadline April 1 The ASM International Student Paper Contest recognizes the best technical paper with a graduate or undergraduate student as first author that is published in an ASM sponsored publication during the year. The winner will receive their award during the ASM Leadership Awards Luncheon in Co- lumbus, Ohio, during the week of October 5-8, in conjunction with MS&T15. The award consists of a certificate, $500 cash prize, and up to $500 toward expenses to attend MS&T15. The paper will also be published in one of ASM's publications. Engineering Materials Achievement Award Deadline March 15 The Engineering Mate- rials Achievement Award recognizes an outstanding achievement in materials or materials systems relating to the application of knowl- edge of materials to an engi- neering structure or to the design and manufacture of a product. The purpose of this award is to seek out and recognize outstanding developments in the application of materials in products or in engineering structures and to honor the organization or individuals responsible for them. Do you know of an innovative, cutting-edge scientific achievement that has distinctly impacted industry, technolo- gy, and society within the past 10 years? If so, consider submit- ting a nomination for the 2015 award! Honorary Membership Deadline Extended to March 1 Honorary Membership in the Society was established in 1919. It recognizes dis- tinguished service to the materials science and engineering profession, ASM's strate- gic plan and initiatives, and the progress of mankind. Honorary Membership is among the most prestigious awards of the Society. It is expected that all nominees will be outstanding individuals who have signifi- cantly furthered the purposes of the Society through an evi- denced appreciation of the importance of the science of ma- terials and through distinguished service to the profession. New! ASM Bronze Medal Award Seeks Nominations Deadline April 1 The ASM Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the establishment of a new ASM Award, the Bronze Medal. The honor of Bronze Medal of the Society recognizes ASM mem- bers who are in early career positions, typically with 0 to 10 years of experience, for significant contributions to the field of materials science and engineering through technical content and service to ASM and the profession. The Bronze Medal encourages both individual develop- ment and further contributions to the growth of the profession as well as the Society. Candidates will have made significant technical contributions to the Society, might be beyond their eligibility period for the Emerging Professional Achievement Award, and are not yet considered experienced enough to be eligible for the Silver Medal Award. The Bronze Medal serves to recognize and encourage members no more than 35 years of age on January 1 of the year in which the award is given. The award consists of a bronze medallion plus a $500 travel stipend. The first Bronze Medal Award will be presented at MS&T15 in Columbus, Ohio, during the week of October 5-8. 2014 Bradley Stoughton Award for Young Teachers, Amber Genau. Nominate a colleague for the 2015 award! 2014 Engineering Materials Achievement Award, Marie Cole and her IBM team. NOMINATION FORMS & RULES Applications, nomination forms, and rules for all of these awards can be found at For more information, contact Christine Hoover at 440.338.5151 ext. 5509 or 2014 Honorary Membership, Chandra Shekhar Pande.

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