International Symposium on New Developments in Advanced High-Strength Sheet Steels
30 May- 2 June 2017 • Keystone Resort and Conference Center • Keystone, CO, USA
About the Program
Advanced high-strength sheet steels (AHSS) are of increasing importance, particularly to the automotive industry, where their application enables reduced fuel consumption while guaranteeing passive safety. The scope of the conference is to bring together the international community to highlight state-of-the-art research and development pertaining to AHSS. The conference will focus on the latest developments in dual phase, twinning induced plasticity, martensitic, quenched and partitioned, medium manganese steels, other third-generation AHSS concepts and hot stamped steels along with recent experiences with industrial implementation and end-user application performance. A broad distribution of presentation topics is scheduled from international and domestic speakers from industry as well as academia. The conference is the latest installment in a series of product specific conferences following the AHSS symposia in Winter Park, Colo., in 2004, Orlando, Fla., in 2008 and Vail, Colo., in 2013.
Who Should Attend
The conference should be attended by steel researchers interested in new high-strength sheet steel products, along with engineers responsible for the production and implementation of the products in steel mills, automotive facilities, and other industries, along with government and academic professionals and students.
Bring Your Own Young Professional (BYOYP) Program
AIST recently launched the Bring Your Own Young Professional (BYOYP) program to encourage our members to help boost the next generation’s involvement in AIST and the steel industry. If you are an AIST member and are bringing a Young Professional (age 30 and under) to the conference, you can receive a free gift. All you have to do is enter their contact information on the registration form when you sign up for the conference. Find out more information about the program here.
Professional Development Hours
This course may qualify for up to 26 Professional Development Hour (PDH) credits. Each attendee will receive a certificate listing the quantity of PDH credits earned for the course. This course is not approved for PDH credit in New York, Florida, North Carolina and Oklahoma.
AIST’s Metallurgy — Processing, Products & Applications Technology Committee and The Colorado School of Mines’ Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center.
General Organizing Committee
Emmanuel De Moor, Colorado School of Mines
Narayan Pottore, ArcelorMittal Global R&D
Grant Thomas, AK Steel Research
Matt Merwin, United States Steel Corporation
John G. Speer, Colorado School of Mines