Liquidmetal® Technologies, Inc. (LTI) (OTCQB: LQMT),
the leading developer of amorphous alloys and composites, has been invited to present at the TMS 2013 Annual Meeting & Exhibition Conference being held on March 3-7, 2013 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Cener in San Antonio, Texas.
Joseph Stevick, Ph.D., Liquidmetal Technologies’ senior physicist, is scheduled to present on Tuesday, March 5 at 4:30 p.m. Central time. Dr. Stevick will share his abstract titled, “Influence of Chemical Composition on Mechanical Properties and Glass Forming Ability of LM1b Alloy.” The abstract focuses on the effects of oxygen, carbon, and nitrogen content on the mechanical performance and glass forming ability of industrially produced Liquidmetal alloy. Dr. Stevick will also discuss the sensitivity of the alloy to changes in the primary composition and its influence on ease of industrial processing.
Since joining Liquidmetal Technologies in 2010, Dr. Stevick has played an instrumental role in advancing Liquidmetal alloy into commercial production. Among his many contributions, Dr. Stevick was a key developer of the third-generation Liquidmetal Engel injection molding machines as well as the inventor on 20 of Liquidmetal Technologies’ 50+ patent applications.
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About Liquidmetal Technologies
Rancho Santa Margarita, California-based Liquidmetal Technologies, Inc. is the leading developer of bulk alloys and composites that utilize the performance advantages offered by amorphous alloy technology. Amorphous alloys are unique materials that are distinguished by their ability to retain a random structure when they solidify, in contrast to the crystalline atomic structure that forms in ordinary metals and alloys. Liquidmetal Technologies is the first company to produce amorphous alloys in commercially viable bulk form, enabling significant improvements in products across a wide array of industries. For more information, go to