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Meeting 2019 AWS Professional Program
Symposium 2019 AWS Professional Program
Organizer(s) YuMing Zhang, Univ of Kentucky
Thomas J. Lienert, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Scope In order to present your latest research results at the 2019 AWS Professional Program, please submit your abstracts below no later than April 2, 2019. Although full papers are not required for the Professional Program, authors are encouraged to submit full papers to the Welding Journal for possible publication.

Authors with accepted abstracts are required to give oral presentations at the Professional Program. The Professional Program welcomes presentations on novel developments and research areas related to materials joining including surfacing and additive manufacturing. Topics include but are not limited to:

- Additive Manufacturing
- Battery and Energy Systems Welding
- Modeling and Numerical Analysis
- Sensors, Controls and Robotics
- Surfacing and Overlay
- Welding Processes/Methods
* High Energy Density (Laser and Electron Beam) and Laser Hybrid Welding
* Solid State Welding
* Arc Welding Processes and Methods
- Weldability and Properties of Welded Components
- Weld Repair and Performance of Welded Joints including Corrosion, Creep and Fatigue
- Industrial Applications and Technologies

In addition to the presentations in the 2019 AWS Professional Program, you are also encouraged to attend the following:

- The AWS General Assembly on Monday morning where the new AWS President and officers will be introduced and new AWS Fellows and Counselors will be inducted
- The Comfort Adams Lecture following the General Assembly in the morning of Monday;

Authors' registration for the 2019 AWS Professional Program is complementary. This registration also provides free access to the 2019 FABTECH Show, which is the largest metal forming, fabrication, welding and finishing event in North America.

What to submit:
Submitted abstracts should be 1,000 words or less and contain the following:
* Introduction (approximately 200 words)
* Experimental Procedures (approximately 300 words)
* Results and discussion (approximately 300 words)
* Conclusion (approximately 200 words)
Authors have the option to upload a figure to support their abstract.
Abstracts Due 04/02/2019
Proceedings Plan Undecided
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