International Titanium Association issues call for papers

International Titanium Association issues call for papers

TITANIUM USA 2016 conference will be held in Phoenix, Sept. 25-28.

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March 15, 2016
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Denver, Colorado – The International Titanium Association (ITA) has issued a call for papers for the TITANIUM USA 2016 conference, which will be held Sept. 25-28 at the J. W. Marriott Desert Ridge Resort located at 5350 E Marriott Drive, Phoenix, Arizona 85054 USA.
 
The Organizing Committee is seeking market-oriented and technical papers alike. Abstract submission requirements and guidelines are located on the ITA website. Abstracts must contain preferred panel of topic, keywords, and any co-authors with contact information for the conference proceedings. Only abstracts in English will be considered.
 
Interested presenters should indicate on which of the following panels they would like to participate: Raw Materials, Alternative Energy; Commercial Aerospace; Fabrication, Military/Defense; Automotive; Medical; Industrial; Economy/Finance; Energy Exploration and Production; Mining; Manufacturing Technology; New Materials; or Other Industrial Markets.
 
The Call for Papers deadline is June 30, 2016.
 
The TITANIUM conference series is designed to suit the needs of titanium industry professionals, suppliers, customers, and stakeholders. The gathering offers a full spectrum of information on the latest business, technology and market trends and developments in the global titanium industry. It provides a forum for expert discussions, continuing education, and networking opportunities.
 
Jennifer Simpson, executive director of the ITA, also announced early registration incentives are available for the upcoming event now through April 15, 2016. ITA staff members are available to answer any questions regarding registration, exhibition, and housing or simply visit the ITA website for more details.
 
Source: The International Titanium Association