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About AM&P Technical Articles

 

Advanced Materials & Processes (AM&P) is the flagship periodical publication from ASM International. The magazine covers leading-edge developments in materials selection, processing, applications, and characterization, as well as emerging technologies of interest to engineers and scientists. Advanced Materials & Processes was launched by ASM in 1985 around the same time the organization changed its name from the American Society for Metals to ASM International. It is considered the successor to Metal Progress magazine, which published its final issue in 1986. 

As the name suggests, the AM&P Technical Articles site includes the technical articles and selected columns and features published in the magazine. The coverage is planned to extend back to Volume 170 (2012); articles will be added to the site with the release of each new issue. The complete contents of recent issues—including the editorials, industry news, product news, and advertisements—are available in digital format at the AM&P Magazine site.

The current editor of AM&P, since September 2019, is Joanne Miller. The past editors include 

  • Frances Richards, June 2013 through August 2019
  • Edward J. Kubel, Jr., January 1990 through May 1993 and August 2010 through May 2013
  • Margaret (Peg) Hunt, June 1993 through July 2010
  • Hugh Baker, February 1988 through December 1989
  • John Bittence, September 1985 through January 1988 
  

 

Related Content 

The topics covered by AM&P Technical Articles span the same scope as ASM Handbooks Online and ASM Technical Books. 

 

How to Purchase

Individual access to AM&P Technical Articles is a benefit of ASM membership. For information on corporate/institutional licenses, contact the ASM Online Database Manager: 

Telephone: 440.338.5151 
Email: onlinedbsales@asminternational.org

 

Rights and Permissions

All material published by ASM International is protected under United States and international copyright and intellectual property laws. Prior written consent is required to reuse or reproduce any ASM material. Please be aware that there may be fees involved when material held under copyright is reproduced or translated. 

For additional information about rights and permissions for ASM International content, visit Request Permission

 

Contacts

For questions or comments about site content or functionality, contact matinfo@asminternational.org.

For questions about content access, contact onlineDBsales@asminternational.org.

For all other queries, contact memberservicecenter@asminternational.org or call 440.338.5151.

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