U.S. Department of Energy’s Critical Materials Names New Director (US)

AMES, Iowa – Dr. Chris Haase has been named Director of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Critical Materials Institute (CMI) at Ames Laboratory. His appointment follows an extensive search and will be effective June 25, 2018. Created in 2013, CMI is the nation’s premier research, development and deployment institute for critical materials, alloys, oxides and processing solutions. CMI’s team of multi-disciplinary, world-class researchers and technology developers are dedicated to finding innovative solutions and transformational paths to eliminating theContinue reading

Conférence de Frédéric BERNARD : “La métallurgie des poudres” (FR)

L’Académie François Bourdon organise le 8 novembre, à 18h30 au  Château de la Verrerie, cour du manège, une conférence intitulée “La métallurgie des Poudres : La Métallurgie du 21ème siècle.”  Le conférencier, Frédéric BERNARD, est professeur à l’Institut Carnot de Bourgogne (Université de Bourgogne à Dijon).Frédéric BERNARD, Professeur des Universités de Classe Exceptionnelle au sein de l’UFR Sciences et Techniques, est un spécialiste reconnu dans le domaine des poudres et des matériaux frittés. En particulier, il a activement contribué à l’émergence Continue reading

US Air Force Senior Metallurgist to Receive 2018 ASM International Albert Sauveur Achievement Award (US)

In 1991, Semiatin accepted a position as a research leader in Metals Processing at the Air Force Materials Laboratory, the predecessor to today’s Materials and Manufacturing Directorate. In this capacity, he and his team explored the mechanical response, microstructure evolution and workability of diverse materials such as titanium alloys, superalloys, intermetallic alloys and steels during thermomechanical and solidification processing.

A senior scientist at the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Materials and Manufacturing Directorate will receive the prestigious 2018 ASM International Albert Sauver Achievement Award in fall 2018. Dr. Sheldon “Lee” Semiatin, the Air Force Senior Scientist for Materials Processing and Processing Science, will be recognized for significant Continue reading