For the 19th installment of the Materials Science & Technology (MS&T) conference series, we're developing an extensive technical program that includes 75 symposia in 13 technical tracks.
In-Person and On-Demand Options
There will be two ways to access this year's technical programming content: at the in-person MS&T conference in Columbus, Ohio, October 17-20, or as on-demand presentations, which can be viewed remotely October 22 through December 31, 2021. You can register for the in-person conference or for on-demand access through the MS&T21 registration page.
Register for MS&T21
Preview Programming Plans
To preview programming plans for MS&T21, view the Final Technical Program
PDF or the online MS&T21 Session Sheets.
The content in the final program was generated on October 11, 2021. However, changes are still being implemented for the technical program. Please refer to the online session sheets for the most up-to-date information.
Final Technical Program content is current as of October 11, 2021.
Download the MS&T21 App
Download the MS&T21 mobile app to serve as your handheld guide at the meeting. The app is now available on the App Store or the Google Play™ Store by searching "MS&T21". Log in with the e-mail address you used to register for the conference (username) and with your registration ID as your password (located on your registration confirmation). App features include: up-to-date program information, the ability to build a personal conference schedule, exhibitor and product detail, special events and lectures, information on our host city, and more.
MS&T21 PowerPoint Template
An MS&T21 PowerPoint template, providing useful instructions and guidelines for creating your presentation, is available to all presenters. The PowerPoint template is not required, so you can use your own if you prefer.
For your convenience, the planned symposia have been divided into the following technical tracks. Click on a track to view a listing of related symposia or visit ProgramMaster directly to view an alphabetical listing of symposia.
- + Additive Manufacturing
- + Artificial Intelligence
- + Biomaterials
- + Ceramic and Glass Materials
- + Electronic and Magnetic Materials
- + Energy
- + Fundamentals and Characterization
- + Iron and Steel (Ferrous Alloys)
- + Materials-Environment Interactions
- + Modeling
- + Nanomaterials
- + Processing and Manufacturing
- + Special Topics
MS&T21 Program Coordinating Committee
Chair and TMS Representative
Saryu Fensin, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Taylor Sparks, University of Utah
Daniel Baker, General Motors