Date and Venue
Meet the world's foremost experts from industry, academia and government and
discuss recent developments in surface hardening processes, performance and
Learn about breakthroughs in this new technology. This field of surface
engineering is an emerging technology with multiple areas of active research.
Take part in this opportunity to learn the latest from the best.
The technical program will explore the emerging technology in surface
engineering. There have been major advances in understanding the technology and
its application to additional alloys. The program serves as a "state of the art"
meeting, bringing together researchers from universities and government agencies
all over the world, as well as providers and end users of low temperature
surface hardening techniques.
The research community, suppliers and end users of low temperature processes
(gas, vacuum, ion and plasma processes) for surface enhancement of CRAs by
interstitial hardening (carburizing, nitriding, nitrocarburizing) will all
benefit from this programming.
There will be two days of technical programming. Please check back often for
details as the technical program develops.
Papers devoted to all aspects of research on low-temperature processes (gas,
ion and plasma processes) for surface enhancement of corrosion resistant alloys
(Fe-, Ni-, and Co-based Cr-containing alloys, as well as Ti and other passive
alloys) by interstitial hardening (carburizing, nitriding, nitrocarburizing)
will be presented. Specific topics include: process development; microstructural
characterization; performance evaluations (including mechanical behavior,
fatigue, wear or corrosion); or examples of commercial application of this
Date and Venue
International Symposium on Surface Hardening of Corrosion Resistant Alloys
will be held at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio from May 24 to
For more information, please contact Customer
Tel: Tel. +1 (440) 338-5151, ext. 0