for Iron & Steel Technology (AIST) is an international technical
association representing iron and steel producers, their allied suppliers
and related academia. AIST is dedicated to advancing the technical
development, production, processing and application of iron and steel.
2007 — The Iron & Steel Technology Conference
and Exposition is scheduled for May 7–10, 2007, at the Indianapolis
Convention Center in Indianapolis, Ind. Abstracts for this major
international conference are being sought now for manuscripts to
be presented at the event and published in the proceedings.
will feature international technologies from the world over, allowing
steel producers to compete in today’s global market. If you
are involved in the steel industry, you can’t afford to miss
this event. Whether you present, attend or exhibit, take advantage
of this opportunity to discover ways to make your job easier and
improve your productivity.
All papers presented at the AISTech conference are considered for
publication in Iron & Steel Technology, AIST’s monthly
technical journal, with distribution to more than 10,000 recipients
worldwide. All papers presented will be included in the conference
AISTech conference programs are developed by Operating Committee
members representing iron and steel producers, their allied suppliers
and related academia. Committees focus on ironmaking, steelmaking,
finishing processes, and various engineering and equipment technologies.
Graduate or undergraduate students may present findings on completed
research, research in progress, summer internship experience, university
projects or co-op experiences on any of the subjects listed above.
Although there will not be a separate student session, student papers
will be included in the most appropriate technical session.
Must be technical in nature; commercial presentations are not permitted.
Subject matter should be of current interest to those in the iron
and steel industry and should present new developments, methods
or applications. A total of 30 minutes is allotted for each presentation.
It is suggested that the formal presentation be approximately 20
minutes long, allowing 10 minutes for questions and discussion.
limit your abstract to 100 words and include the following information:
Papers presented during the technical program and submitted to AIST
by Feb. 15, 2007, will be made available to the conference registrants
via CD-ROM. Once selected for the technical program, you will be
sent additional information on how to prepare your paper for electronic
Papers presented during the AISTech conference are subsequently
considered for publication in the AIST monthly technical journal,
Iron & Steel Technology. Selection of papers for publication
is based on the following factors: recommendations from sponsoring
Operating Committee members; technical content, quality and current
interest; quality of figures (should not require extensive reworking);
and peer evaluations.
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