2021 International Brazing and Soldering Conference

October 3-6, 2021

Denver, CO In Person


July 16 – Manuscript Submission Deadline
View Manuscript Submittal Instructions >


Location
The Curtis
Denver, Colorado


AWS Contact
Martica Ventura
mventura@aws.org


A Letter from Our Chairman

Hello Friends and Colleagues,
I want to personally invite you to submit an abstract for the 2021 International Brazing and Soldering Conference that will be held in person in Denver, Colorado. On October 3rd through the 6th, this once every three-year event will bring together the world’s experts in brazing and soldering. Join me at this unique opportunity to share ideas, view the latest technology, and see old friends.

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We recognize that the covid-19 pandemic has affected us all in so many ways. I ask you to please consider submitting an abstract for the conference. As always, we strongly encourage the submission of full manuscripts for final publication in the proceedings; however, we realize that the current environment has interrupted so much of our lives that a full manuscript may not be possible at this time. In consideration of these very trying times, we have decided to include extended abstracts in the conference proceedings and welcome the authors to present, not only completed work, but their current activities in the areas of brazing and soldering.

The brazing and soldering community is rich in knowledge, expertise, character, and strength. Together, I believe that the IBSC 2021 Conference will be an amazing event that we all will remember for years to come. I look forward to seeing you in Denver!

Sincerely,
Stephen L. Feldbauer, Ph.D.
Chairman



 


keynote speakers


plenary speakers

Prof. Peng He
Peng He

Professor Emeritus

School of Materials Science and Engineering, Harbin Institute of Technology

 
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Peng He, a professor at School of Materials Science and Engineering, Harbin Institute of Technology. He is associate dean of school of materials science and engineering in Harbin Institute of Technology and director of State Key Laboratory of Advanced Welding and Joining. He takes on many academic positions, such as vice director of brazing committee of national welding standardization committee, executive director of welding branch of China mechanical engineering society. Her research has focused on the joining of new materials and different materials. He has published more than 300 papers.

Stephen Liu
Stephen Liu

Professor

Colorado School of Mines

 
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Dr. Stephen Liu currently holds the title of Professor Emeritus and Research Professor at the Colorado School of Mines. He has supervised to-date 87 M.S. and Ph.D. theses. He has received many prestigious honors from international professional societies. He is a recipient of five fellowships, FAWS, FASME, FASM, FIMMM, and FIIW. Dr. Liu is a Chartered Professional Engineer.


 
Wolfgang Tillman
Wolfgang Tillmann

Professor

Dortmund University

 
Organizer Placeholder
Dr. Juan Carlos Madeni

Professor

Colorado School of Mines

 

 

organizing committee

Dr. Steve Feldbauer

Conference Chair

Abbott Furnace Company

Dr. Alex Shapiro

Technical Program Chair

Titanium Brazing, Inc.

Dr. Ray Xu

Educational Program Chair

Rolls-Royce Corp.

Ray McKinney

Exhibition Chair

LINCOLN ELECTRIC, inc.


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Grayson Alexy

Social Chair

Alexy Metals,Inc.

Robin Gourley

Proceeding Editors

Curtiss Wright

Dr.Thomas Easley

Proceeding Editors

SEA, Ltd.

Creed Darling

Technical Program Member

Bellman-Melcor, LLC.

Dr.Thomas Easley

Technical Program Member

SEA, Ltd.

David Pruchenski

Technical Program Member

Fusion, Inc.

Dr. Warren Miglietti

Technical Program Member

Miglietti and Associates, LLC.

advisory board

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USA


Dr. Ron Smith
Materials Resources International
Dr. Toshi Oyama
Morgan Advanced Ceramic
Dr. Anatol Rabinkin
Brazing and Joining Consultant
Prof. Dusan Sekulic
University of Kentucky

 
Dr. Paul Vianco
Sandia Labs
Dr. Hui Zhao
Creative Thermal Solutions
Prof. Stephen Liu
Colorado School of Mining
Robin Gourley
Curtiss Wright
 

International

China Flag

CHINA


Prof. Jicai Feng
Harbin Institute of Technology
Prof. Peng He
Harbin Institute of Technology
Prof. Huaping Xiong
Beijing Institute of Aeronautical Materials
 

 

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GERMANY


Prof. Kirsten Bobzin
RWTH Aachen University
Prof. Wolfgang Tillmann
Technical University of Dortmund
Prof. Gunter Wagner
Technical University of Chemnitz
Dr. Harald Krappitz
Innobraze GmbH

 

Japan Flag

JAPAN


Prof. Tadashi Ariga
Tokai University
Prof. Yasuyuki Miyazawa
Tokai University
Dr. Kotaro Matsu
Tokyo Braze Co., Ltd.
 

 

France Flag

FRANCE


Prof. Fiqiri Hodaj
SIMap, Grenoble-INP

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LIECHTENSTEIN


Dr. Manfred Boretius
Listemann AG

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RUSSIA


Prof. Igor Pashkov
Moscow University of Steel and Alloys

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UKRAINE


Dr. Svetlana Maksimova
Paton Welding Institute


 

 

Program

 

OCT

4

Monday
8:10 am – 7:00 pm (EDT)


View Monday’s Program

Plenary Lectures

session chair
Dr. Stephen Feldbaur
Room Name: Duck, Duck, Goose

China Flag
8:10am – 9:00am
Techniques for the Brazing/Joining of Advanced Materials and Dissimilar Materials
Peng He; Harbin Institute of Technology

 

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9:00am – 9:50am
Potential of High Entropy Alloys for Brazing Applications
Wolfgang Tillman; Dortmund University

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9:50am – 10:40am
Fundamental Thermodynamic and Physical Properties of Nanomaterials for Applications in Brazing and Soldering
Stephen Liu and Juan Carlos Madenil Colorado School of Mines

 

Session 1: Brazing Ceramics

session chair
Dr. T. Oyama and Dr. A. Sadek
Room Name: Duck, Duck, Goose

France Flag
11:00am – 11:20am
Wetting and Reactivity of ZrO2 by Au-Ti Active Alloys in View of ZrO2/Ti Brazing
Marie Fischer, V. Chaumat, F.Hodaj; Univ. Grenoble Alpes and G. Tourrel; Oticon Medical, Research and Technology

 

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11:20am – 11:40am
A New Approach to Joining Silicon Carbide
Alber Sadek, D. Shipley and L. Brown; EWI

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11:40am – 12:00pm
Brazing of Ceramic Matrix Composite Material to Itself, Other Metals, and Ceramics
Alber Sadek and D. Shipley; EWI

 

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12:00pm – 12:20pm
Active Brazing Aluminum Oxynitride (ALON) to Kovar and Niobium
Edward R. Arata, C. Walker, L. Johnson and D. De Smet; Sandia National Laboratories

 

Lunch

12:20pm – 1:30pm

Room Name: Four Square Ballroom


 

Session 2: High-Entropy and Active Filler Metals

session chair
Dr. R. Xu
Room Name: Duck, Duck, Goose

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1:30pm – 1:50pm
Design of Eutectic High Entropy Alloy Brazing Fillers by Machine Learning
Xavier Morell, R. Goodall; The University of Sheffield, E. Pickering; The University of Manchester, P. Webb, P. Rodgers; VBC Group, E. Cambra, and L. Marquez

 

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1:50pm – 2:10pm
Influence of Titanium on The Microstructure of Nickel-Based Filler Metal
Julian Hebing, K. Bobzin, H. Hendrik;Surface Engineering Institute (IOT), RWTH Aachen University

Germany Flag
2:10pm – 2:30pm
Active Metal Brazing for Highly Reliable Power Modules
Daniel Schnee and A. Schwobel; Heraeus Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG, Hanau

 

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2:30pm – 2:50pm
High-Entropy Brazing Alloys for Joining Refractory Metals
Alexander Shapiro; Titanium Brazing, Inc.

 


Refreshment Break

2:50pm – 3:00pm

Room Name: AWS Exhibit Hall (Marco Polo Ballroom)

 

Session 3: Brazing of Gas Turbine Engines

session chair
M. Graham
Room Name: Duck, Duck, Goose

Germany Flag
3:00pm – 3:20pm
Investigation on Induction Brazing with Local Gas Shielding Using Ni-Bases Brazing
Sebastian Weis; University of Applied Science Zwickau, S. Brumm, T. Uhlig, V. Fedorov and G. Wagner; Chemnitz University of Technology

 

United States flag

3:20pm – 3:40pm
A Comparison of the Mechanical Properties of Two Ni-Based Braze Alloys Containing Only B Versus B and Si As Melt Point Depressants
Warren Miglietti; Miglietti and Associates, LLC.

 

United States flag

3:40pm – 4:00pm
Replacement of AMS 4787 with Pal 30
Warren Miglietti; Miglietti and Associates, LLC.

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4:00pm – 4:20pm
Best Practices in Braze Preform Manufacturing
Jay Kapur; Aimtek, Inc.

 

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4:20pm – 4:40pm
Fluoride Ion Cleaning as a Pre-Braze Process
Robert Kornfeld; Hi-Tech Furnace Systems, Inc.

 

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4:40pm – 5:00pm
Thermal Analysis of Brazing Filler Metals BNi-2 and BNi-7
Mike Weinstein and L. Johnson; Wall Colmonoy

 


Opening Reception

5:30pm – 7:00pm

Room Name: AWS Exhibit Hall (Marco Polo Ballroom)


OCT

5

Tuesday
8:00 am – 8:30 pm (EDT)


View Tuesday’s Program

Session 4: Brazing Stainless Steels

session chair
Dr. S. Feldbauer and Dr. W. Miglietti
Room Name: Duck, Duck, Goose

Japan Flag
8:00am – 8:20am
Interfacial Reaction During Brazing of Brass to Stainless Steel
Haikaru Tajima, K. Yoshida, Y. Miyazawa; Tokai University, K.Furihata,and H. Tameda; Kitz Metal Works Corporation

 

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8:20am – 8:40am
Brazing Filler Metals for Low Metal Ion Leaching in Drinking Water Applications
Torstein Gröstad, M. Persson, B. Rolim Alves da Silva; Höganäs AB

Japan Flag
8:40am – 9:00am
Hybrid Brazing Using Two Types of Brazing Filler Metals with Stainless Steel
Koki Yamazaki, Y. Miyazawa, M. Sakai; Tokai University and Y. Bizen; Hitachi Metals Corporation

United States flag
9:00am – 9:20am
Hermetic Joint of Glidcop and Stainless Steel by Brazing
Toshi Oyama, E. Arata, E. Vanegas; Morgan Advanced Materials and M. He; Richardson Electronics

 


Refreshment Break

9:20am – 9:30am

Room Name: AWS Exhibit Hall (Marco Polo Ballroom)

 

Session 5: Processes and Materials I

session chair
Dr. H. Zhao
Room Name: Duck, Duck, Goose

 

Japan Flag
9:30am – 9:50am
Fillet Welding Applied Ultrasonic Vibration in Semi-Solid Process Of Zn-Al Alloy
Takahisa Yamazaki and Y. Sumiyoshi; Tokyo Institute of Technology

 

Germany Flag

9:50am – 10:10am
Current-Assisted Diffusion Brazing of Ni-Based Filler Metals to Hot Work Steel
Daniel Machado; RWTH-Aachen University

 

United States flag

10:10am – 10:30pm
Development of Braze Joints for Hydrogen Purification Diffuser
Paul Korinko, L. Angelette, A. MacMurry; Savannah River National Laboratory, M. Golyski; Savannah River Nuclear Solutions and P. Kuzbary; Clemson University

 

Germany Flag
10:30am – 10:50am
Diffusion Bonding of Large-Scale Parts for Injection Molding
Felix Gemse, J. Pfeiffer, V. Frettloeh and C. Kolbe; Jena Guenter-Köhler-Institute GmbH

 

United States flag

10:50am – 11:10am
Fabricating a Passively Pumped Vacuum Chamber for Cold-Atom Experiments
Charles Walker, P. Schwindt, J. Lee, D. De Smet; Sandia National Laboratories and G. Biederman; University of Oklahoma

 
Session 6: Brazing of Cemented Carbides

session chair
Dr. T. Easley
Room Name: Duck, Duck, Goose

Germany Flag
11:20am – 11:40am
Effect Of US-Activation Time and Temperature on Cemented Carbide-Steel Joints
Wolfgang Tillmann, T. Ulitzka, H.Ulitzka, L. Wojarski and A. Morozov; Dortmund University

 

Germany Flag

11:40am – 12:00pm
Qualification of a Vacuum Brazing Process to Join Cemented Carbide to Tool Steel
Tim Ulitzka, W. Tillman, L. Wojarsk; Dortmund University and L. Dahl; Sandvik Coromant

United States flag
12:00pm – 12:20pm
Vacuum Brazing of Titanium to Cemented Carbide WC6Co
Alexander Shapiro; Titanium Brazing, Inc.


 


Lunch

12:20pm – 1:20pm

Room Name: Four Square Ballroom


 

Session 7: Properties of Brazing Filler Metals and Solders

session chair
C. Darling
Room Name: Duck, Duck, Goose

France Flag
1:20pm – 1:40pm
Wetting of Bulk and Scalloped Cu6Sn5 Surfaces by Liquid Sn and Sn-7.8wt%Cu
Fiqiri Hodaj and O. Liashenko; Grenoble University

 

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1:40pm – 2:00pm
Braze Strength Testing: Understanding Single-Lap and Butt Joint Data
David Kemmenoe, S. Baker, Cornell University, and E. Theisen, Metglas Inc

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2:00pm – 2:20pm
Brazing, Perfecting Materials for Challenging Industrial Environments
Sabrina Puidokas and B. Kuntzmann; Listemann AG

 

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2:20pm – 2:40pm
Properties of a New Nickel Base Brazing Filler Metal
Mike Weinstein, L. Lee, L. Johnson, M. Shibata, A. Takagi, K. Chimura, A. Battenbough and A. Osmanda; Wall Colmonoy

 


Refreshment Break

2:40pm – 2:50pm

Room Name: AWS Exhibit Hall (Marco Polo Ballroom)

 

Session 8: Brazing Fluxes and Chemical Interactions

session chair
M. Weinstein
Room Name: Duck, Duck, Goose

Germany Flag
2:50pm – 3:10pm
A Case in Point: Laying the Foundation for Successful Brazing with the Right Metal Cleaning Approach
Richard Starkey

United States flag

3:10pm – 3:30pm
Using Chemical Digestion to Separate Non-Conforming Braze Joints
Grayson Alexy

 

United States flag

3:30pm – 3:50pm
Molten Salt Cleaning of Cast Iron in Preparation for Brazing
Louis Pignotti

United States flag
3:50pm – 4:10pm
Impact of Cesium in Aluminum Brazing Fluxes
Creed Darling

 

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4:10pm – 4:30pm
Brazing Titanium in Air
William F. Avery

 

 

Session 9: Brazing of Heat Exchangers

session chair
W. Coughlan
Room Name: Duck, Duck, Goose

United States flag
4:40pm – 5:00pm
Corrosion Behavior of Brazed Aluminum Heat Exchangers
Hui Zhao, P. Hrnjak; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign / Creative Thermal Solutions and Y.Wang; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

 

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5:00pm – 5:20pm
Inspection of Brazed Aluminum Microchannel Heat Exchangers by X-ray Imaging
Hui Zhao, P. Hrnjak, S. Elbel; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign / Creative Thermal Solutions and Y.Wang; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

United States flag
5:20pm – 5:40pm
Influence of Titanium on The Microstructure of Nickel-Based Filler Metal
Lawrence Johnson, C. Walker, K. Armijo, C. Andraka, J. Scott, D. De Smet, P. Kinney; Sandia National Laboratories. B. Hoff, A. Baros; Air Force Research Laboratory and E. Savrun; Sienna Technologies, Inc.

 


Evening Reception

7:00pm – 8:30pm

Room Name: AWS Exhibit Hall (Marco Polo Ballroom)


OCT

6

wednesday
8:00 am – 11:10 am (EDT)


View Wednesday’s Program

Session 10: Properties of Brazed and Soldered Joints

session chair
M. Paponetti
Room Name: Duck, Duck, Goose

Japan Flag
8:00am – 8:20am
Bending Test of Weldment of Zry-4 Repaired with Zr-Ti Based Powder by PAW
Yosuke Tajiri and T. Yamazaki; Tokyo Institute of Technology

 

United States flag

8:20am – 8:40am
Optimization of Brazing and Soldering Research Via Physical Simulation
Brian Allen and B. Martin; Dynamic Systems, Inc.

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8:40am – 9:00am
The Structure of Brazed Joints of Dissimilar Materials Titanium – Kovar
Svitlana Maksymova, P. Kovalchuk and V. Voronov; E .O. Paton Electric Welding Institute NANU

 

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9:00am – 9:20am
Improving Corrosion Resistance in Ni-Fe-Cr Based Amorphous Brazing Foils
Eric Theisen and W. Coughlan; Metglas, Inc.

 

Refreshment Break

9:20am – 9:30am

Room Name: Four Square Ballroom


 

Session 11: Processes and Materials II

session chair
G. Alexy
Room Name: Duck, Duck, Goose

Japan Flag
9:30am – 9:50am
Brazing of Ti-6Al-4V/Si3N4 joint with Ag-Cu-Ti filler for spacecraft thruster
Fei Shen Ong; University of Tokyo, H. Tobe. and E. Sato; Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency

 

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10:10am – 10:30am
Brazing of High-Strength Aluminum Alloys to Stainless Steel Using an Al-Ag-Cu
Vasilii Fedorov, T. Uhlig and G. Wagner; Chemnitz University of Technology

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10:30am – 10:50am
Use of Conventional Filler Metals in the Sinter Brazing Process
Stephen Feldbauer; Abbott Furnace Company and K. Bear; Pennsylvania State University

 

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10:50am – 11:10am
Application of High-Temperature Babbitt Solder for Repairing Cast Iron or Steel Tubes
Alexander Shapiro, Titanium Brazing


 
topics
 
• Aerospace, Automotive & Structural
• HVAC&R Systems and New Power Sources
• Ceramic/Glass to Metal Joining
• Joint Reliability
• Lead-Free Solders
• Special/Advanced Brazing Processes
• Corrosion of Brazed Joints
• Materials & Process Design/Control
• Nanomaterials
• Diffusion Welding and TLP process
• Solder Joining Methods
• Composite Materials
• Light Metals
• Sensors/Micro-Electronics
• Power & Electrical Equipment
• Structural Solder Applications
• Electronic Packaging
• Mining & Heavy Equipment
• Medical Test Methods & Evaluation
• Medical Testing Devices
• Filler Metal Properties
• Thermal Management
• Fluxes & Atmospheres
• Modeling
• Furnace Brazing
• And Much More!

*Conference Topics Subject to Change

registration & Pricing

Registration


Now Open
Ends: October 2021


Includes:
• Morning & Afternoon Breaks
• 2 Lunches
• 2 Drink Tickets to Opening Reception
• 2 Admission to Award’s Night
• 2 to 2021 Conference Proceedings


Technical Program
Full program by TBD

Pricing
Member
Nonmember
Conference Combo
(Includes Education Sessions and IBSC Technical Program Offerings)
$1,550 $1,650
Conference Early Bird (before May 3) $1,025 $1,100
Conference Regular $1,175 $1,250
Education Only $575 $650
Speaker $750 $750
Student $125 $125
Guest Ticket for Award’s Reception $95 $95

 
All cancellations MUST BE IN WRITING. If you cancel 35 DAYS PRIOR to the conference you will receive a refund of 50%. If you cancel from 34 DAYS to 3 DAYS PRIOR to the conference, you will receive a refund of 10%. NO REFUNDS will be given 3 DAYS or less prior to the conference. If an event is cancelled exhibitors will receive a full refund. Special COVID-19 provision: exhibitors whose ability to participate in the conference is affected by travel restrictions imposed on them by national, state, or local regulations or by their own corporate policies may receive a full refund if requested more than 3 DAYS PRIOR to the conference.

Registrations are non-transferable.


 

for exhibitors

Welding Summit Sponsorship
 

Exhibit Booth

$1,500 per Exhibit Space
 

Includes:
8 x 10′ Exhibit Space (1 table + 2 chairs)
One Booth Attendant with full conference registration
One tent card displaying your company name
Company name listed on conference website
Company name listed in program
Recognition on Exhibit “Thank You” sign prominently displayed at event

** (1) Additional Booth Attendant can be purchased at $450


Table Top Exhibit Space in IBSC Keynote & Breakfast Area

(*Limit of 20)

$750 per Exhibit Space
 

* No Access To Conference Sessions

Includes:
Includes Exhibit Space (1 table + 2 chairs)
One Booth Attendant
One tent card displaying your company name
Company name listed on Conference website
Company name listed in program
Recognition on Exhibit “Thank You” sign prominently displayed at event

** (1) Additional Booth Attendant can be purchased at $450


Exhibition Resources

IBSC 2021 Exhibition Floorplan

Why Exhibit with AWS?

Exhibiting with the American Welding Society allows for increased exposure of your company among vendors in the welding industry. Through exhibition, you’re able to establish name recognition and product identity amongst competitors. Our events bring in qualified professionals interested in welding trade right to you. This provides a valuable enabling your business to increase sales and forge new partnerships. Participating in AWS conferences allows you to network with industry peers, find the best solutions for business growth, and obtain broader access to lenders within different fields in the welding industry.

All cancellations MUST BE IN WRITING. If you cancel 35 DAYS PRIOR to the conference you will receive a refund of 50%. If you cancel from 34 DAYS to 3 DAYS PRIOR to the conference, you will receive a refund of 10%. NO REFUNDS will be given 3 DAYS or less prior to the conference. If an event is cancelled exhibitors will receive a full refund. Special COVID-19 provision: exhibitors whose ability to participate in the conference is affected by travel restrictions imposed on them by national, state, or local regulations or by their own corporate policies may receive a full refund if requested more than 3 DAYS PRIOR to the conference.



For More Info on Exhibiting
Sarah Dickson
sdickson@aws.org



SPONSORSHIPS

*Sponsorships Subject to Change


Platinum
$7,500
(*Exclusive)
SOLD OUT
Benefits Include:

  • Includes 8 x 10′ exhibit space
  • Branding on Conference signage
  • 3 full-conference registrations
  • Opportunity to distribute your company’s product literature to all attendees
  • Company logo, listing, and link on the conference Web site Welcome page and in promotional e-mails
  • Exclusive Sponsor of IBSC Opening Reception
  • Company name and logo on signage placed at reception area for duration of the reception.
  • Company recognition in the Final Program (confirmation by August 16, 2021)
  • Opportunity to full page ad in final program (confirmation by August 16, 2021)

Each Booth will receive:

  • Table top to display promotional materials
  • Two chairs
  • One waste basket
  • One tent card with company name

* Based on first come, first serve basis.

Gold
$5,500
(*Exclusive)
Benefits Include:

  • Includes 8 x 10′ exhibit space
  • Branding on Conference signage
  • 2 full-conference registrations
  • Opportunity to distribute your company’s product literature to all attendees
  • Company logo, listing, and link on the conference Web site Welcome page and in promotional e-mails
  • Company recognition in the Final Program (confirmation by August 16, 2021)
  • Opportunity to half page ad in final program (confirmation by August 16, 2021)

Each Booth will receive:

  • Table top to display promotional materials
  • Two chairs
  • One waste basket
  • One tent card with company name

* Based on first come, first serve basis.

Silver
$2,500
(*Exclusive)
SOLD OUT
Benefits Include:

  • Includes 8 x 10′ exhibit space
  • Branding on Conference signage
  • 1 full-conference registration
  • Opportunity to distribute your company’s product literature to all attendees
  • Company logo, listing, and link on the conference Web site Welcome page and in promotional e-mails
  • Company recognition in the Final Program (confirmation by August 16, 2021)
  • Opportunity to half page ad in final program (confirmation by August 16, 2021)

Each Booth will receive:

  • Table top to display promotional materials
  • Two chairs
  • One waste basket
  • One tent card with company name

* Based on first come, first serve basis.

Bronze
$1,500
(*Limit of 3)
Benefits Include:

  • Company logo listed on the conference website
  • Opportunity to submit a quarter page ad in final program (confirmation by August 16, 2021)
  • Branding on Conference signage
  • Company logo, listing, and link on the conference Web site Welcome page and in promotional e-mails

* Based on first come, first serve basis.
 


Lanyard
$1,000
(*Exclusive)
Benefits Include:

  • Company name on lanyard*. Production is not included
  • Company recognition on “Thank You” signage at the conference
  • Company recognition in the Final Program (confirmation by August 16, 2021)
  • Company name displayed on conference website

* Based on first come, first serve basis. Sponsor responsible for providing lanyard. Lanyard must be approved by AWS Conference Director.

Registration
$1,500
(*Exclusive)
Benefits Include:

  • Exclusive sponsor of registration with signage recognition throughout duration of event
  • Company logos displayed on registration touch screens during event
  • Opportunity to provide a giveaway item to each attendee at registration
  • Company recognition on one easel sign by registration desk
  • Recognition as sponsor on “Thank You” signage at event and mentioned in the technical program
  • Company name displayed on conference website
  • Company recognition in the Final Program (confirmation by August 16, 2021)

* Based on first come, first serve basis. Sponsor responsible for providing giveaway item. Giveaway item must be approved by AWS. Sponsor may choose to ship giveaway item to AWS HQ by September 3, 2021, or sponsor can bring item to conference for distribution.

Refreshment
$950
(*Limit of 5)
Benefits Include:

  • Company name and logo on signage placed at refreshment break area for duration of the break (sponsor’s choice of days available on a first come, first served basis)
  • Opportunity to provide a giveaway item to attendees during selected break
  • Recognition as sponsor on “Thank You” signage at event and mentioned in the technical program
  • Company name displayed on conference website
  • Company recognition in the Final Program (confirmation by August 16, 2021)

* Based on first come, first serve basis. Sponsor responsible for providing giveaway item and must provide onsite at the event prior to the start of break. Giveaway items must be approved by AWS HQ. Sponsorship must be sold by September 3, 2021 for fulfillment.

Pen
$650
(*Exclusive)
Benefits Include:

  • Company name on pens distributed to all attendees *Production is not included
  • Company recognition on “Thank You” signage at the conference
  • Company recognition in the Final Program (confirmation by August 16, 2021)
  • Company name and link displayed on conference website

* Based on first come, first serve basis. Sponsor responsible for providing 800 pens.
 


Headshot
$2,000
(*Exclusive)
Benefits Include:

  • Company logo on online Photo Album where attendees will go to download their headshot post show
  • Prominent logo visibility in the headshot station located in headshot station
  • Recognition as sponsor on “Thank You” signage at event and Final Program
  • Company name displayed on conference website
  • Company recognition in the Final Program (confirmation by August 16, 2021)


Bag
$1,000
(*Exclusive)
Benefits Include:

  • Company logo on tote bag* given to each attendee. Production is not included.
  • Opportunity to provide a giveaway item* in each bag
  • Company recognition on “Thank You” signage at the conference
  • Company name displayed on conference website
  • Company recognition in the Final Program (confirmation by August 16, 2021)

* Based on first come, first serve basis. Sponsor responsible for providing tote bags and giveaway item. Tote bags and giveaway item must be approved by AWS. Sponsor may choose to ship giveaway item to AWS by September 3, 2021, or sponsor can bring item to conference for distribution.

Program
$1,000
(*Limit of 2)
Benefits Include:

  • Company logo in the printed Final Program to be distributed to all attendees
  • Full page color ad placed in Final Program
  • Recognition as sponsor on “Thank You” signage at event
  • Company name on conference website

* Placement of ad is on first come, first serve basis.

Wifi
$2,000
(*Limit of 2)
Benefits Include:

  • Choice of WIFI password
  • Branding on login page
  • Branded wifi cards
  • Choose landing page after logging in
  • Branding on all event materials as Wi-Fi sponsor


For More Info on Sponsorships
Sarah Dickson
sdickson@aws.org

 

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1405 Curtis Street
Denver, Colorado 80202


The Curtis is more than just a downtown Denver hotel – it’s an experience. We’re right across the street from the Denver Performing Arts Complex and just two short blocks from the 16th Street Mall, putting Denver’s best shopping, entertainment and attractions just steps away. Step inside our doors, and you’ll find cartoons playing in our retro-chic lobby, an impressive art collection with works by local and nationally renowned artists, and a 5 & Dime filled with treats from the past.

* Guests may call The Curtis directly at 303-571-0300 and select option “1” for reservations. Mention the group name and our reservations team will be able to book a group room via phone.

RELATED EVENTS

 
Turbine ForumThe Turbine Joining Forum  2021

Turbine Joining Forum 2021

when
October 5 – 7, 2021
where
Colorado School of Mines – Golden, Colorado​


The Turbine Joining Conference continues in 2021, bringing together experts regarding the technical aspects of joining materials for manufacturing and repair of turbine engines, including Additive Manufacturing, Advanced Welding, Brazing, Thermal Spay, Advanced Coatings, Industrial Processes, Single Crystal Repair and Advanced Repair Technologies for the aerospace and IGT engine industries.

Our events will be held on campus at the Colorado School of Mines in the aptly name Metals Hall.
Colorado School of Mines

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