29th Canadian Materials Science Conference – CMSC 2017

June 20-23, 2017University of Ottawa 
University of Ottawa
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 

Picture of the Rideau Canal and the City of Ottawa

CMSC is a focal point of the Canadian materials science community and an excellent forum for academics and professionals to present their results and discuss advancements in a wide range of areas of materials science.

What is offered at CMSC?

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In addition, 2017 will mark the 150th anniversary of confederation. What an opportunity for all delegates to stay in the nation’s capital and celebrate Canada Day like you never had before! 





Conference Chairs:
Dr. Arnaud Weck, University of Ottawa
75 Laurier Ave E, Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5
Contact: CMSC.contact@gmail.com

About CMSC

The conference established its roots in 1951 when the late T. S. Hutchison, a professor of solid-state physics at the Royal Military College, and colleagues at Queens University, the University of Toronto, Alcan and the National Research Council began holding annual summer meetings at RMC. These meetings quickly became known as the Canadian Metal Physics Conference, with the self proclaimed mission of fostering the development in Canada of a then modest research activity in physical metallurgy. In 1976, under the leadership of Professor J.M. Toguri of the University of Toronto, a Metal Chemistry Conference was created. Over the following years the conference was combined and became what we know today as the Canadian Materials Science Conference.

The conference maintains a significant student component. The importance of this emphasis is indicated by the names of past student award winners, many of whom now hold positions of considerable authority in universities, industry or research establishments.

The conference is organized by the University in conjunction with the Metallurgy and Materials Society of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (MetSoc of CIM).


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We look forward to welcoming you to CMSC 2017