ASM meet in Mumbai on manufacturing tech

Our Bureau Mumbai | Updated on June 27, 2012 Published on March 01, 2011

The Pune Chapter of ASM International will organise a conference ‘World-Class Materials and Manufacturing Technologies' between March 8 and 10 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai. Concurrent to the conference, a topical exhibition covering ‘Material processing and testing' will also be held.

Dr Srikumar Banerjee, Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission and Secretary, Department of Atomic Energy, will be the chief guest at the inaugural session of the conference which is designed to bring information on modern materials and manufacturing technology to benefit professionals and companies engaged in various growth sectors such as aerospace, automotive, nuclear and power.

Headquartered in the US, ASM International is a society of materials engineering professionals, scientists, researchers and students. It has over 40,000 members, spread over 20 countries and has over 200 professional chapters. The primary mission of ASM is to promote materials technology and processes besides disseminating technical information and provide authoritative information.

The plenary session includes eminent speakers includes Mr Dinesh Keskar, President, Boeing International Corporation, Dr Baldev Raj, Director, Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, Kalpakkam and Mr Pramod Deo, Chairman, Central Electric Regulation Commission.

The conference will present over 100 technical papers in 12 symposia including materials for aircraft, aerospace and turbines, ceramic materials and glasses, energy and environment, surface modification and coatings, tribological materials, advanced metal processing technologies, materials for auto and transportation, iron and steel, metal joining, polymers, simulation and computational techniques, material testing and characterisation.

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Published on March 01, 2011
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