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									                                       50th Annual H.R. Bergmann Memorial Seminar
                                               “Made In Wisconsin”
                       A Celebration Of Innovation In Materials Technology In Our State
                                                                  April 2, 2008
           Location: Pier Wisconsin, at Discovery World Museum, 500 North Harbor Drive, Milwaukee, WI 53202

         New products, from the exotic to the mundane, routinely require improved materials and processing
      innovations to achieve success in the marketplace. The ASM International - Milwaukee Chapter supports and
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      promotes materials innovation and education. It is proud to announce its 50 annual Bergmann Educational
      Seminar – “Made in Wisconsin” – to be held on April 2, 2008. This seminar’s format encourages a forum for
      dialog between materials engineers, product designers and innovators to address the unique applications for
      their creations. The day will provide exposure to new technology, the personal driving forces behind technology
      that bring it to fruition, and the diverse companies that support the investment and growth of materials-based
      businesses that are MADE IN WISCONSIN yet celebrated worldwide.


 TIME SPEAKER                                                                       TOPIC
 7:30 Registration
      Tony Matuszewski, Rexnord Gear Group of Rexnord Industries, ASM
 8:00                                                                               Historical Perspective of the Bergmann Seminar
      Milwaukee Chapter Executive Board
      Frank Uherek & Tony Matusewski, Rexnord Gear Group of Rexnord                 Perspectives Of The Mechanical And Metallurgical
 8:10
      Industries                                                                    Engineers In Successful Steel Gear Design
 8:50 Kevin Anderson, Mercury Technical Fellow, Mercury Marine                      High Strength-High Toughness Die Cast Aluminum Alloys
 9:45 Jeff Graves, CEO, C&D Technologies                                            Li Ion Battery Technology
                                                                                    Application of Design, Manufacturing and Materials
10:25 Eric Hudak, Manager of Emissions Engineering, Kohler Engines
                                                                                    Technologies to Meet Future Emission Standards
11:05 Mike Barber, Chief Technology Officer, GE-Healthcare                          Advances in Healthcare through Materials Innovation
11:45 Lunch - Carlos Santiago, Chancellor, UW-Milwaukee
                                                                                    Manufacturing Multilayer Plastic Packaging for Food and
 1:00 Robert Knoll, Research Fellow - Materials Technology, Alcan Packaging
                                                                                    Healthcare Consumer Products
 1:30 Douglas Doers, VP-Product Integration, DeltaHawk Diesel Engines               Advanced Material Applications in Diesel Engine Design
 2:15 Patrick Camus, Product Scientist,Thermo Fisher Scientific                     Advanced EDS Analysis Systems
      Brian Zirbel, Manager, Advanced Materials, Processes, Technology,             New Materials And Processing Methods For Turbine Disc
 2:45
      Ladish Co.                                                                    Materials
      Tim Sheehy, President, Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce
 3:15
      (MMAC)
 4:00 Browse Discovery World Museum
 5:00 Social hour at Pieces of Eight restaurant
 6:00 Dinner at adjacent Pieces of Eight restaurant with Keynote Presentation

                                        Networking Opportunities at 2008 Bergmann seminar
 There will be tables for brochure placements for Wisconsin businesses ($50/half-table – see OPTION 4 on registration form).
 In addition to the day-long seminar, there will also be an e-mail auction (contact Mike Ries to donate, michael.ries@kohler.com). Corporations
  donating items worth more than $50 will include a free table for brochure placement. Donations must be received by February 25. The list of
  available items and services will be emailed to all chapter members one month prior to the date of the Seminar. Each item will have a minimum
  acceptable bid. You will be able to visit the auction site and bid on items regularly until midnight on March 31. Bids will be updated each Monday,
  Wednesday and Friday evening after 5:00 p.m. Central Time. Winning bids will be announced during the Bergmann Seminar on April 2nd.

For more information and/or to mail registration (deadline 3/24/08):
Susan Kerber, Material Interface, Inc., N73W22301 Willowview Drive, Sussex,WI 53089. Phone: 262-246-9610, Fax 262-246-9670, email:
skerber@materialinterface.com Speakers, topics & schedule are subject to change. Updated information & speaker abstracts will be posted on
the chapter website: http://www.asm-milwaukee.org/

                                               REGISTRATION FORM ON REVERSE SIDE
                                                                         50TH H.R. BERGMANN SEMINAR
                                                                                 REGISTRATION
                                                                             Deadline for Registration is 3/24/08

                                                                            (PLEASE COPY FOR YOUR RECORDS)

           Name:
ASM Member No.:
       Company:
         Address:
   City/State/Zip:
      Telephone:                                               Email:

  I WILL DONATE GOODS OR SERVICES FOR THE SILENT AUCTION (must be received by 2/25/08)
 Item:_________________________________________________________________________________________
 Value: ________________________________________________________


OPTION 1. SEMINAR, INCLUDING LUNCH, WITH EVENING DINNER OPTION 2. SEMINAR, INCLUDING LUNCH (Dinner Not Included)
AT PIECES OF EIGHT:                                                   ASM Member And Employees Of Sustaining Member Companies -
 ASM Member And Employees Of Sustaining Member Companies - $250.00
$275.00                                                               Non-Members - $315.00
 Non-Members - $350.00                                               Full-Time Students, Retirees, Members Between Jobs - $60.00
OPTION 3. DINNER/KEYNOTE ADDRESS AT PIECES OF EIGHT ONLY
 ASM member & spouse/guest, employee of Sustaining Member Companies, Full-time student, Retiree, Member between jobs - $50.00
 Non-members - $65.00
Please check dinner selections: ______ prime top sirloin _____ broiled cod ______ roasted chicken/blue crab combination
OPTION 4. TABLE-TOP BROCHURE DISPLAY
 One-half of six-foot table for brochure placement -
$50
 No charge for silent auction donors over $50          TOTAL INCLUDED: $____________________________________
      The current fee to become an ASM International Member is $107 and includes a free book. If interested in joining the organization,
      please visit:    http://asmcommunity.asminternational.org/portal/site/asm/MemberForm/



 Registration deadline is Monday, March 24.

 For more information and/or to mail registration:
 Susan Kerber
 Material Interface, Inc.,
 N73W22301 Willowview Drive
 Sussex, WI 53089
 Phone: 262-246-9610, Fax 262-246-9670, email: skerber@materialinterface.com

 Speakers, topics & schedule are subject to change.
 Updated information & speaker abstracts will be posted on the chapter website: http://www.asm-milwaukee.org/

 Parking for the day is available under Discovery World at $8; Pieces of Eight is across a courtyard.


                                                   PROGRAM ON REVERSE SIDE

								
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