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Department of Materials Science and Engineering!

Pierre Deymier

Our website highlights the key areas of our activities, strengths, and accomplishments. You will read about how we are shaping an influential global department engaged in innovative world-class interdisciplinary engineering research and education programs with an entrepreneurial economic development perspective through industry, government, academic and community partnerships. I hope that you will be excited by the forward-looking and optimistic vision developed by this Department of Materials Science and Engineering. Pierre Deymier, Department Head

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Materials Science and Engineering Department is a new member of Investment Casting Institute

The Investment Casting Institute (ICI) recently welcomed the UA department of Materials Science and Engineering as an affiliate member. The Investment Casting Institute is a manufacturer's trade association. The organization's primary mission is to promote the investment casting process as well as ICI members in addition to collecting and disseminating information about the industry and providing education opportunities to members. Established in 1953, the Institute is comprised of over 245...



Sloan Scholars Program Recruitment Opportunity

This Thursday, October 2nd, from 5:00 - 6:30 pm at Old Engineering Room 210, we will have a recruiter for Cornell University's Sloan program. This is a great opportunity for students. If interested, please RSVP to Cindy Cowen at cowenc@email.arizona.edu.



MSE Professor Pierre Lucas is Co-Author on Newly Published Book on Rare Earth

MSE Professor Pierre Lucas is the co-author of a new book on rare earth that has just been published. The book, titled "Rare Earths: Science, Technology, Production and Use" presents a comprehensive review of the structure and properties of rare earth elements (REE) and illuminates ways to reduce the use of water and energy during production of materials and to efficiently recycle rare earth materials, both of end-use products and in the production of new products. In addition to his position...



MSE Seminar 8/25/14 - Infrared thermography: A powerful tool in mechanics of materials

THE DEPARTMENT OF MATERIALS SCIENCE & ENGINEERINGColloquium - MSE 595AMonday, August 25, 20142:00-2:50 PMHarshbarger 206Infrared thermography: A powerful tool in mechanics of materialsProf. Jean benoit Le CamAbstract:The design of industrial components requires to take into account thermal effects during the deformation of materials. For example, an increase of one degree in tire during driving will induce a significant decrease of its lifetime. Therefore, it is necessary to characterize...



USIF SEM User Workshop

The USIF Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) Workshop Series is a one-day workshop that will be held Thursday, August 21st, 2014 to support training on the Hitachi S-3400 and Hitachi S-4800 SEM. The workshop includes a review of basic instrument principles, operations, and parameter adjustments; a discussion of the effects of changing parameters on image quality; and an overview of the software available. The SEM workshop is open to all UA students and researchers who will be using SEM for their...

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