Call for Papers and Posters - POWDERMET2019

Call for Papers & Posters

Technical Program Chairmen


Daniel Reardon
Daniel Reardon
Abbott Furnace Company


Virendra Warke
Virendra Warke
Entegris, Inc.

Technical Sessions

Regular technical sessions include papers of original and unpublished work addressing recent advances in the full spectrum of powder metallurgy & particulate materials technologies. The technical sessions are forums to review and publicize recent work contributing to the state of the art and/or discussing emerging areas of interest. All submissions should clearly outline the results of the latest research, innovations, or improvements in PM processing or products.

***The conference is now closed to submissions. Accepted authors will be notified by December 21.

All accepted abstracts will require manuscripts prior to presentation at the conference.

Contact Deb Stab with questions.


  • Design & Modeling of PM Materials, Components & Processes
  • Particulate Production
  • General Compaction & Forming Processes
  • Powder Injection Molding (Metals & Ceramics)
  • Pre-Sintering & Sintering
  • Secondary Operations
  • Materials
  • Refractory Metals, Carbides & Ceramics
  • Advanced Particulate Materials & Processes
  • Material Properties
  • Test & Evaluation
  • Applications
  • Management Issues

Abstracts submitted for the general technical session programming will not be considered for poster presentation.

All accepted abstracts will require manuscripts prior to presentation at the conference.

Special Interest Programs

In addition to the regular technical sessions and posters, several special interest programs are being organized. Presentations in these programs are by invitation only.

Poster Program

Scott Davis, Poster Chairman
Hoeganaes Corporation

This presentation format is suitable for authors who wish to report important work in-progress—research that catches the cutting edge of powder metallurgy or particulate technology.

The poster format lends itself to reporting preliminary research results which may have large potential for industrial development, or simply where this alternate form of presentation is deemed more attractive. Abstracts submitted for the poster program will not be considered for presentation in the general technical sessions.

All poster program participants will be eligible for Poster Awards. Manuscript submission is encouraged but not mandatory.

Other Conference Activities

  • General sessions are planned focusing on the international PM industry and topical issues.
  • A trade exhibition featuring international suppliers of metal powders, components, equipment, and related services.
  • Special events, luncheons, receptions, and other functions will be planned.

All topics related to metal additive manufacturing should be submitted to the co-located conference Additive Manufacturing with Powder Metallurgy—2019

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