materials science

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materials science

The field of science dedicated to analysis and creation of basic materials, such as ceramics, polymers and synthetic hybrids.
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International Conference on Material Science and Engineering Technology (3rd: 2014: Beijing, China) Edited by Osman Adiguzel
Scientists, engineers, students, and instructors present over 120 papers on manufacturing and mechanical engineering, equipment, design and simulation, and analyzing dynamic systems; advanced materials and material science and materials processing and machining; device design; automation and control technologies, and sensors; electrical, energy, and power systems engineering; and related themes.
Danut is a valuable addition to our team and brings a unique understanding of material science and sensor technology," said Ahmad Shishegar, systems development manager.
This shift has oriented many engineering programs to eliminate the more specific curriculum of a metalcasting program, and offer metalcasting within the spectrum of metallurgical engineering, material sciences or industrial engineering.
Environment-Enhancing Technology and Material Science Congress (1st: 2013: Shanghai) Edited by Zheng-Qian Xuan and Yixiang Shi
International Conference on Material Science and Engineering (2014: Xi'an, Shanxi, China) Edited by Ping Chen
The campus recruit not only attracted master and doctoral students from the Department of Material Science and Engineering.
With over 30 years in the semiconductor materials industry including over 20 years of experience with GE Quartz, Mace's expertise in the quartz business includes extensive sales, product management, applications engineering, and material science experience working with the world's leading OEMs.
Speight will discuss plastics material science advancements and state-of-the-art testing methods to ensure accurate analysis results.
The new generation power Schottky rectifiers have been developed with IXYS' proprietary process and material science technology to tailor the specifications for a wide variety of applications.
In addition to use in tissue pathology, other departments at the University were invited to evaluate VersaCAM in diverse applications including metallurgy, material science, chemistry, biology, bio-paleontology, geology, forensics, and failure analysis.