Event Date/Time: Feb 17, 2002 End Date/Time: Feb 21, 2002
Early Registration Date: Jan 28, 2002
Abstract Submission Date: Jul 15, 2001
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Description

BRINGING ENERGY TO THE METALS AND MATERIALS COMMUNITY THROUGH INFORMATION EXCHANGE
Draw power from more than 160 technical sessions.
Spark a conversation with an abundance of networking opportunities.
Plug into special keynote presentations, lectures, short courses, and tours.
Make contact with suppliers and producers in the TMS 2002 Exhibit hall.

In addition to the comprehensive technical session program, special lectures, tutorials, poster sessions, plant tours, a 30,000 square foot industrial exhibit, numerous social and networking opportunities, a special Monday morning keynote session on Energy Issues in the Aluminum Industry will kick-start the week with notable speakers presenting the perspectives of government, the aluminum industry, and energy suppliers.

Due to the tragic events of September 11 and the inevitable postponement of the TMS Fall Extraction & Process Metallurgy Meeting, Computational Modeling of Materials, Minerals, and Metals Processing will be combined with the TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition. Refer to the TMS Meeting website for a special registration discount announcement to those that were pre-registered for the conference and now will attend the TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition.

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Advance registrations will be accepted until January 28, 2002. Members and Non-Member Authors may register for $395. Non-Members may register for $520. Registration for TMS Student Members is free. Non-member students may register for only $25. A plant tour of Boeing is planned for Thursday, February 21. Limited number of seats are available, so purchase your $39 ticket in advance. There are three short courses planned along with the annual TMS Banquet. Purchase tickets in advance or on-site for the banquets, luncheons and honorary dinners.

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