Call for Papers for Special IMS Symposium
In celebration the 50th anniversary of ASM International Metallographic Society (IMS), a special full-day symposium celebrating Fifty Years of Metallography and Materials Characterization is planned for the 2017 Materials Science and Technology (MS&T) conference, to be held October Oct. 8-12 in Pittsburgh. The symposium will honor past recipients of the Henry Clifton Sorby Award, IMS Buehler Technical Paper of Merit Award, and Jacquet-Lucas Award.
The deadline for submitting symposium abstracts has passed. Look for registration to open this summer.
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International Metallographic Contest
The 2017 International Metallographic Contest (IMC) will draw the interest of metallographers around the world, as they compete for the prestigious ASM-IMS Jacquet Lucas Award of $3,000. The award is endowed by Buehler Ltd. Submit your images to the contest to be held in Pittsburgh, PA, during the 50th Annual IMS Meeting during the Materials Science & Technology (MS&T) conference and exposition,
October 9-12, 2017.
Call for Papers
Metallography, Microstructure, and Analysis (MMA), the official journal of the International Metallographic Society, is actively seeking manuscripts.
For more information about Metallography, Microstructure, and Analysis, including full instructions for authors, please visit the journal homepage or submit online.
This image, titled "Cast Iron Striations Under Corrosion", was submitted by Sheri Neva of SEAL Laboratories in El Segundo, California. It was awarded Third Place in Class 5 of the 2015 International Metallographic Contest.