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GE Representatives Visit Clarkson University
From left: CAMP Director S.V. Babu, Technical Leader for Engineered Materials, Chemistry and Physics Joe Suriano, Department Chair Professor Ruth Baltus, Technical Director for Manufacturing and Materials Technology Christine Furstoss, Clarkson University’s President Anthony Collins, Technical Director for Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Terry Leib, and University Research Program Manager Tom Shaginaw.
Composite Systems & Technologies (CST)*, Corning*, GE*, IBM*, Xerox*, P&G, BASF
Ames Goldsmith Corporation, ASPT, ATMI, Dow Electronic Materials, DuPont, EBARA Technologies Incorporated, Ephesus Technologies*, Endicott Interconnect Technologies, Inc.*, MIPOX, Otis Technology*, Saint Gobain Industrial Ceramics, Technic Inc.
Alcoa*, Beckman-Coulter, Bristol-Myers*, Coulter, Degussa-Hüls*, IIMAK*, Intel, Lockheed-Martin, NanoSystems*, Seagate, Semiconductor Research Center (SRC), Solid State Equipment Corporation
Department of Defense, Department of Energy, National Science Foundation, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), NYSTAR (Empire State Development Division of Science, Technology & Innovation)
* New York State
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Professor Pier Marzocca Delivered an Invited Plenary Lecture at the Ninth International Congress on Thermal Stresses in Budapest, Hungary
Professor Pier Marzocca
Professor Pier Marzocca (of Clarkson University’s Department of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering) delivered an invited plenary lecture in June at the Ninth International Congress on Thermal Stresses in Budapest, Hungary. His lecture, titled “Nonlinear Aero-Thermo-Elasticity of Functionally Graded Structures,” summarized the latest developments in advanced functionally graded materials and structures with applications in the aerospace area. Marzocca was invited to speak to more than 150 scientists from all over the world as one of the leading scientists studying complex applied problems involving the interaction of multiple fields.
Professor Marzocca studies the interaction of aerodynamics and thermal load, their effects on advanced composite structures, and how the next generation of composite materials structures can be better engineered. His activities in materials have been recognized by Springer Science + Business Media, a leading global scientific publisher. Earlier in the year, he was invited to join a handful of scientists around the world to write the first Encyclopedia of Thermal Stresses, which will appear later in 2012.