Registration for Metallurgy for the Non-Metallurgist

 The Houston Chapter of ASM International Presents

Metallurgy for the Non-Metallurgist

UPDATE: Scheduled Date – September 29, 2023

ONE-DAY COURSE Format from 9:00AM to 4:00PM

at Stress Engineering Services, Inc.

& Registration at 8:15AM, breakfast served at 8:30AM





Section 1 (9:00 AM – 10:00 AM)

History of Metals/ Structure of Metals and Alloys


Section 2

Mechanical Testing/ Non-Destructive Testing


Section 3

Carbon Steels, Stainless Steels, and Non-ferrous Metals

Jorge Perdomo

Lunch (12:00 PM to 1:00 PM)

Lunch provided


Section 4

Heat Treatment of Steels/ Heat Treatment of Ferrous Metals

Adam Dyer

Section 5

Corrosion/ Materials Selection

Suresh Divi

Section 6

Failure Analysis

Leo Vega

Section 7 (4:00 PM – 5:00 PM)

Lab Tour (Optional)



    • $540 Members
    • $615 for Non-Members
    • $225 for Students (Excludes Book)

All prices include books unless otherwise noted.

  • Hand sanitizer (provided by ASM Houston) will be available upon entry, as well as on the tables at the back of the room.
  • Canned drinks and bottled water will be available, but there will be no freshly-brewed coffee. Participants are welcome to bring their own drinks.
  • A boxed lunch will be offered (ham or turkey sandwich). A vegan option is available if requested beforehand.

Register HERE

Who Should Enroll: Metal processing personnel, machine shop superintendents, QA managers, heat treating operators and managers, component designers, technicians, marketing writers and individuals without a materials background wishing to better understand the role of materials science. This course provides an understanding of metals, their behavior, how they are selected, and how they are evaluated. This course will show how metals are processed to yield desired properties.

Location in Northwest Houston (near 290 and Eldridge)

Stress Engineering Services, Inc. Conference Center, Building #2,

13610 Westland East Blvd, Houston, TX  77449

Map to Stress Engineering

If you are registering multiple students for a course, you must submit registration for each separately.

Questions can be sent to:

Tax deduction applies for all expenses of continuing education (including registration fee, travel, meals and lodging) undertaken to maintain and improve professional skills. (Tres. Reg. 1-167-5)