HTM is an independently assessed and periodical standard publication by Hanser that provides reports on all aspects of heat treatment and material technology in research and production.
HTM is an independently assessed and periodical standard publication that provides reports on all aspects of heat treatment and material technology in research and production. By publishing practical experience reports and trend-setting contributions to research, HTM helps in answering scientific questions as well as regarding investment decisions in the industry.
HTM is official organ of AWT – the Association of Heat Treatment and Materials Technology.
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Professor Dr. Ir. Eric J. Mittemeijer, Stuttgart
Professor Dr.-Ing. Berthold Scholtes, Kassel
Dr.-Ing. Herwig Altena, Mödling
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hans-Werner Zoch, Bremen
Stiftung Institut für Werkstofftechnik (IWT)
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As an organ of the AWT, HTM publishes technical articles that undergo an independent peer review process.
In addition, HTM publishes papers on heat treatment, materials science, manufacturing and processing technology presented at the annual HeatTreatmentCongress sponsored by the AWT as well as research reports from the three main divisions of the IWT, Foundation Institute of Materials Science, Bremen. Articles from other university institutes and industry are also published.
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With its staff of about 160 employees, the IWT is one of the leading institutes conducting applied research and development in the fields of metal processing and machining.
The IWT is set up as a private foundation funded by the Arbeitsgemeinschaft Wärmebehandlung und Werkstofftechnik e.V., Bremen (AWT, 220 member companies from industry) and the State of Bremen.
The IWT in Bremen develops future metal processing technologies to the point where they are ready for adoption by industry and in its three divisions – material science, manufacturing technology, process and chemical engineering – conducts basic research, applied research and industrial research.
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