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Materials Science and Technology 2005 Conference and Exhibition

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The 2005 conference represents the first time that the four major materials organizations, ACerS (The American Ceramic Society), AIST (Association for Iron & Steel Technology), ASM International, and TMS (The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society), have co-sponsored an event of this scale.

The Materials Science & Technology '05 proceedings includes technical papers from a wide array of materials disciplines, from ceramics and advanced materials to processes and applications in steelmaking. The following symposia contributed proceedings papers to the CD:
  • Affordable MMCs for High Performance Applications II
  • Austenite Formation and Decomposition
  • Modeling, Control, and Optimization in Nonferrous and Ferrous Industries
  • Powder Materials: Current Research and Industrial Practices III
  • Processing and Properties of Structural Nanomaterials
  • Continuous Casting Fundamentals
  • Engineered Steel Surfaces
  • Modeling and Computer Applications in Metal Casting, Shaping, and Forming Processes
  • Current Topics in Electronic Packaging: Pb Free Solders, Thermal Management
  • Electromagnetics in Materials Processing
  • The Physics and Materials Challenges for Integrated Optics—A Step in the Future for Photonic Devices
  • Developments in Sheet Products for Automotive Applications
  • Nanomaterials
  • Application of Materials Science to Military Systems
  • Automation & Control/Advanced OnLine Metallurgical Models/Sensors
  • Coatings 2005
  • Copper for the 21st Century
  • Creep Deformation and Fracture, Design, and Life Extension
  • Defect Formation, Detection, and Elimination During Casting, Welding, and Solidification
  • Developments in Ferrous Long and Forged Products
  • Environmental Degradation of Non-Metallic Materials
  • Failure Analysis
  • Ferrous Physical Metallurgy of Highly Alloyed Steels
  • Fractures of Multicomponent Systems
  • Heat Treating for the 21st Century: Vision 2020 and New Materials Development
  • Integration of Theoretical, Computational and Experimental Studies of Interfaces and Microstructural Evolution
  • Joining of Monolithic Structures and Components
  • Material Lightweights or Ultralights
  • Materials and Life Management Issues
  • Materials for the Hydrogen Economy
  • Modeling and Simulation of Titanium Technology: Theory and Practices
  • Near-Net-Shape Technologies
  • Process Heating/Reheating
  • Processing and Fabrication of Advanced Materials XIV with Frontiers in Materials Science 2005: Innovative Materials & Manufacturing Techniques
  • Residual Stress, Deformation, and Distortion
  • Roll Technology
  • Science and Technology of Powder Materials: Synthesis, Consolidation and Properties
  • Springback in Sheet Metal Forming Applications
  • What Makes a Good Materials Engineer and How Best to Educate Them

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