IOM3 was organized in June 2002 with the consolidation of the
Institute of Materials and the Institution of Mining and Metallurgy.
Its origins go behind the Iron and Steel Institute which was
organized in 1869. It obtained Royal Charters in 1899 and 1975. IOM3
integrated with the Institute of Packaging in 2005, then with the
Institute of Clay Technology in 2006 and integrated the actions and
membership of the Institute of Wood Science in the year 2009 and the
Institute of Vitreous Enamellers in 2010.
In 2019, IOM3 enjoyed an important juncture, which was the completion
of its 150 years since the formation of the Iron and Steel Institute
with a series of commemorative events and activities. A timeline of the
unions that took place throughout the Institute’s history, resulting in
IOM3 as we know it today. IOM3 has a Mentoring Programmed to support
members who wish to achieve professional registration IOM3 Review report
and Case Study helpis again a tool to get assistance with!
IOM3 now has a membership of over 15,000 of which almost 25% reside
overseas. Members come from all degrees within the industry and from
students to chairs of major companies and technicians to managing
directors. IOM3 today stretches a wide range of equipment and coats all
facets of processing, production materials production, and design and
terminate use. Enterprises comprise biomedical, electronics, aerospace,
smart materials, automotive, and energy production as well as the
conventional materials industries such as the steel and heavy clay