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Workshop Statement of Task

An ad hoc committee will convene a 2-day public workshop to discuss future advances in materials processing and properties, including, but not limited to topics such as (1) additive manufacturing; (2) electromagnetic field manipulation of properties; (3) materials by design; and (4) the current state of materials processing capabilities in the U.S. The workshop will also consider additional topics close to and in line with the four mentioned above. The workshop will use a mix of individual presentations, panels, breakout discussions, and question-and-answer sessions to develop an understanding of the relevant issues. Key stakeholders would be identified and invited to participate. Approximately 8-10 speakers will make presentations. An individually-authored Workshop Summary document will be prepared by a designated rapporteur. This workshop is one of two workshops held every year on defense related issues in materials, manufacturing and infrastructure.



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A Workshop Statement of Task An ad hoc committee will convene a 2-day public workshop to discuss future advances in materials processing and properties, including, but not limited to top- ics such as (1) additive manufacturing; (2) electromagnetic field manipulation of properties; (3) materials by design; and (4) the current state of materials process- ing capabilities in the U.S. The workshop will also consider additional topics close to and in line with the four mentioned above. The workshop will use a mix of individual presentations, panels, breakout discussions, and question-and-answer sessions to develop an understanding of the relevant issues. Key stakeholders would be identified and invited to participate. Approximately 8-10 speakers will make presentations. An individually-authored Workshop Summary document will be prepared by a designated rapporteur. This workshop is one of two workshops held every year on defense related issues in materials, manufacturing and infrastructure. 59