|About this Symposium
||2015 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Engineering Solutions for Sustainability: Materials & Resources (ESS: M&R)
||American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers (AIME)
||Brajendra Mishra, Colorado School of Mines
Iver Anderson, Ames Laboratory
Brian Bliss, AIST (Association for Iron and Steel Technology)
Jeffrey W. Fergus, Auburn University
Ali M. Memari, Penn State University
Jonathan Motherwell, Jonathan T. Motherwell and Associates, LLC
Carol Russell, Environmental Protection Agency
Emily Allyn Sarver, Virginia Tech
Darlene Schuster, AICHE's Institute for Sustainability
Deborah Shields, Colorado State University
||With impending and burgeoning societal issues affecting both developed and emerging nations, the global engineering community has a responsibility and an opportunity to truly make a difference and contribute. This symposium will focus on what materials and resources are integral to meeting basic societal sustainability needs in critical areas of Energy, Transportation, Housing and Recycling.
Presentations will focus on the engineering answers for cost-effective, sustainable pathways, the strategies for effective use of engineering solutions, and the role of the global engineering community.
Symposium objectives are to share perspectives on the major engineering challenges that face our world today, identify, discuss, and prioritize engineering solution needs in each of the four area and establish how these fit into developing global-demand pressures for materials and human resources.
Note: The sessions for this symposium will be held on Wednesday and Thursday, March 18 and 19.
||Planned: A print-only volume