There’s more than ten opportunities to grow your knowledge, network and business at AIST’s technology training conferences this Fall.
Take charge of your career by joining AIST’s unique global network of steel industry professionals. Hundreds of educational resources and networking opportunities are provided to help individuals reach professional and corporate goals.
With more than 31,000 monthly website visitors, upwards of 26,000 monthly Iron & Steel Technology distributions, and 300+ annual sponsorship opportunities, AIST has the channels to get your brand recognized.
AIST European Steel Forum will feature a three-day program to highlight important economic and technical issues for today’s steel industry.
The AIST Road Show was created to promote the value of AIST membership by visiting various facilities and interacting with and supporting the employees who make up the industry.
Advance your company’s professional development by hosting the AIST Road Show.
After this year’s show, we polled all attendees and 85% said they received high-quality leads while exhibiting! Don’t miss this opportunity to grow your business while networking with 7,000 of your closest steel industry peers.
This seminar provides a comprehensive overview of hot rolling steel strip and plate.
This informative program targets the heart of steelmaking: the frontline operator.
This program is ideal for steel producing executives, engineering, operations and process technology personnel involved with the assessment, selection and implementation of advance steelmaking technology.
The making, shaping, and treating of steel are critical to product design, application, cost and performance.
Alexa Stanton, one of the AIST Foundation's 2019 Don B. Daily Safety Steel Intern Scholarship recipients, tells us about how she spent her summer break. She shares her experience in the steel mill, what she learned and what it was like being a part of a team!
Electron backscatter diffraction (EBSD) image of AK Steel’s NEXMET® advanced high-strength steel. EBSD is used with a scanning electron microscope to study the internal crystal structure of a sample. In this image, the color is indicative of crystal orientation in the microstructure. Turn to page 80 to read more.