$660 (full), $450 (student). The registration fee includes, in addition to full meeting access, the Sunday evening pre-conference social event, the Monday evening awards banquet, an informal Tuesday lunch at the meeting and a download version of the full conference proceedings. One day registration is available ($250/day) and includes one social event but not access to the conference proceedings. To register, please click the "Register" button on the website homepage. If you prefer a non-web-based version, a pdf of the registration form may be downloaded here in due course. You may also purchase extra tickets for the social events if you intend to bring a non-registered accompanying person/s.
Dress for the meeting and evening special events is casual.
The official language of the conference is English.
To submit an abstract, please click the "Conference Tools" button on the website homepage (https://www.sffsymposium.org/). The abstract submission deadline is April 15.
A poster session is set for late Tuesday afternoon. To participate, please submit an abstract and check the poster button. Specific information respecting poster set-up may be found here.
The Hilton Hotel is providing complimentary in-room internet service for attendees making reservations on the conference block of rooms. Complimentary wireless internet is available on the meeting floors at the conference space.
The conference program will be available at this website by late June.
Freeform and Additive Manufacturing Excellence (FAME) Awards will be given at the 2022 meeting. Information, including eligibility, selection criteria and nomination/application forms, may be found under "FAME Awards" on the website homepage. The deadline for package submission for preferred consideration is May 1.
2022 MEETING NSF STUDENT AWARDS
The meeting organizers intend to arrange funding for student support from the National Science Foundation. Funding covers the full registration fee for selected students (foreign and domestic) studying at a US institution of higher learning. Awards will directly cover the full student registration fee. Award winners will pay no registration fee to attend the full meeting. “Student” means an undergraduate or graduate student currently enrolled in a US institution of higher learning. Postdoctoral scholars are not eligible. Awardees are responsible for the cost of their own accommodation and transportation. To be eligible for an award, students must download, complete and submit the application form. Application forms will not be available for download prior to our securing NSF funding. Application deadline is Friday, May 20 by 5:00 PM CDT. You should be informed of acceptance by Tuesday, June 21. The conference registration deadline for awardees is Friday, July 8. Student awardees will have a special website for registration that will be sent upon notice of award.
The number of awards will be limited, and organizers reserve the right to limit the number of award recipients per university or per faculty advisor to fairly distribute the funds among institutions across the nation. Before applying, please note that to qualify for the award students MUST (no exceptions, so please don’t ask) be a student at a US institution of higher learning, MUST attend the entire conference (Monday‐Wednesday) and MUST be an author or co-author on an oral or poster presentation.
REQUEST A VISA LETTER
To request an official visa invitation letter for this conference, please send your request to MtgServ@tms.org. Letters will be generated as requested, so you can submit it along with other required documentation to the appropriate Consulate/Embassy. Please note that this letter does not guarantee you will be granted a visa. If you need additional assistance please call at 1–724–776–9000, ext. 241.
Authors must present their work at the meeting to have their manuscript included in the proceedings. Manuscript submission is optional for presenters. Manuscript instructions may be obtained here. Manuscripts should be uploaded at the conference website. Please click the "Conference Tools" button on the website homepage. Authors submitting manuscripts have the option to have their manuscript reviewed/refereed. Having a conference proceedings article reviewed is important to some authors, particularly academicians. Each manuscript receives two reviews using a referee pool composed of all authors submitting reviewed manuscripts. Authors selecting reviewed status for their manuscript must review two other manuscripts. Please see the conference main homepage for deadlines. Reviews are due at the conference; final manuscripts are due August 26.
Authors must present their work at the meeting to have their manuscript included in the proceedings. Papers presented in presentation and poster sessions will be published in a downloadable format. Each person (including students) registering for the full meeting will receive instructions to download the full proceedings about 4 months after the meeting. Individual proceedings papers will be accessible to anyone and will be downloadable on line at the conference website. Past Proceedings articles are available at the conference website homepage. Click the "Proceedings Archive" tab under "More".
Dave Bourell, Chair - The University of Texas at Austin
Joe Beaman - The University of Texas at Austin
Rich Crawford - The University of Texas at Austin
Desiderio Kovar - The University of Texas at Austin
Carolyn Seepersad - The University of Texas at Austin
Jack Beuth - Carnegie Mellon University
Denis Cormier - Rochester Institute of Technology
Phill Dickens - Nottingham University
Chad Duty - University of Tennessee
Brian Giera - Lawrence Livermore National Lab
Richard Hague - University of Nottingham
Ola Harrysson - North Carolina State University
Carl Hauser - TWI Technology Centre
Neil Hopkinson - XAAR
Bradley Jared - Sandia National Labs
Brandon Lane - NIST
Ming Leu - Missouri University of Science & Technology
Frank Liou - Missouri University of Science & Technology
Toshiki Niino - The University of Tokyo
David Rosen - Georgia Institute of Technology
Tom Starr - University of Louisville
Brent Stucker - ANSYS
Ryan Wicker - The University of Texas at El Paso
Chris Williams - Virginia Tech