Don’t miss your opportunity to learn more about the latest innovation and research in thermal processing and its critical role for the safe and efficient operation of aircraft, rail, and automotive transportation.
Thermal Processing in Motion (Including the 4th International Conference on Heat Treatment and Surface Engineering in Automotive Applications) takes place June 5-7, 2018, in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
Full Conference registration includes:
• Two days of technical programming
• Two days of access to networking with exhibitors
• Welcome reception with exhibitors (Monday evening)
• Lunch on Tuesday and Wednesday
• Morning and afternoon Refreshments with exhibitors (Tuesday/Wednesday)
• Access to online conference proceeding
Special keynote presentations
• “Metallurgical Aspects of Aluminum Power Driven Components,” presented by Dr. Rafael Colas Ortiz, FASM, Professor and Metallurgist Engineer, Faculty of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE NUEVO LEON
• “Challenges and Opportunities for the Heat-Treating Community: Threats, Risks and Benefits,” presented by Dr. Richard D. Sisson, FASM, George F. Fuller Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Director of Manufacturing and Materials Engineering, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
• “NTSB and its Materials Laboratory,” presented by Joe Epperson, recently retired senior metallurgist for the NTSB
From the welcome reception to a special evening event, attendees will have the opportunity to build business relationships and network with key contacts. They’ll also be able to discover new products and latest trends during dedicated breaks and meal functions with exhibitors.
The conference is organized by International Federation For Heat Treatment and Surface Engineering, HTS, Heat Treating Society, ASM International.
MORE INFORMATION: www.asminternational.org/web/thermal-processing-in-motion