Technical Communities

A focus for activities in multiple Sectors

The Institute has 22 technical divisions, societies, groups and associations which act as special interest groups, forming a focus for activities within specific sectors. Each of these communities has its own microsite with news, features, events and information relevant to their interests. Visit these Technical Community sites from here.

  • Coatings & Surface Treatments Committee

    Website
  • Construction Materials Group

    Website
  • Corrosion Committee

    Website
  • Defence, Safety and Security Committee

    Website
  • Energy Materials Group

    Website
  • European Association for Brazing and Soldering (EABS)

    Website

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News from the technical communities

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Events

  • Innovation in Natural Materials Award

    Jan 31, 2019
    , TBA
    Organiser: 
    Natural Materials Association

    Launch of the Innovation in Natural Materials Award, a cash prize aimed to support those companies and individuals who are making use of natural materials in exciting and original ways.Read more

  • X-Ray and neutron scattering and spectroscopies in ferroelectric and multiferroic research V

    Feb 4, 2019 - Feb 5, 2019
    , London
    Organiser: 
    IOM Communications Ltd

    The two day workshop will bring together research leaders in the fields of neutron, x-ray synchrotron and, for the first time, Free-electron laser x-ray sources at XFEL. Though the focus of the presentations will be aligned to metrology and facilities development, our ferroelectric, and multiferroic theme provides a great opportunity to catch up on the very latest developments and understanding in this broad class of materials.Read more

  • Hume-Rothery Seminar 2019

    Feb 12, 2019 - Feb 13, 2019
    , Derby
    Organiser: 
    IOM Communications Ltd

    This two day symposium, organised in conjunction with SGTE (Scientific Group Thermodata Europe) is intended to provide scientists and engineers working in industry or in academic research with an up to date view of what can be achieved using state-of-the-art computational materials chemistry. Read more