Metallography, Microstructure, and Analysis (2018) 7:251 https://doi.org/10.1007/s13632-018-0452-3(0123456789().,-volV)(0123456789().,-volV) GUEST EDITORIAL Looking Forward to the IMS Symposium at MS&T 2018—Planning for MS&T 2019 Daniel P. Dennies Published online: 7 May 2018 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature and ASM International 2018 As this issue of MMA goes to print, the ﬁnal submittal date has passed for the MS&T 2018 conference. As the IMS Programming Committee chair for MS&T 2018, I am very proud of the work the session chairs have done to gather outstanding technical presentations for the IMS sympo- sium. The IMS Programming Committee are currently organizing the submitted technical presentations. For MS&T 2018, the Henry Clifton Sorby Award recipient is Professor Dr. Jan Ludwik Cwajna. He is a member of the faculty of Materials Engineering and Metallurgy from the Silesian University of Technology. The topic of his presentation is ‘‘Summary of Analysis of Human and Methodological Factors Affecting the Accu- racy and Precision of Quantitative Descriptions of the Microstructure of Materials.’’ The IMS symposium at MS&T 2018 will be an impressive display of the work currently underway in our MS&T 2019. The IMS programming committee is looking community. I am looking forward to the symposium and for ideas. Please contact me at email@example.com with hope that you will join me. This will be a great opportunity any ideas for the symposium or session topics. Many to learn about the latest developments in our ﬁeld and to thanks. reconnect with your colleagues! Lastly, this is also the time for IMS members to consider the topic and description for the IMS symposium for & Daniel P. Dennies firstname.lastname@example.org DMS, Inc., 26741 Portola Parkway, Suite #1E-707, Foothill Ranch, CA 92610, USA
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