Congratulations to Shannon Clemens on the successful defense of her Master’s thesis Direct Powder Roll Compaction of α- β Titanium Alloys with Al, V, and Fe on July 25th 2022. Shannon will be continuing as a Research Engineer with the HTTAL.
Congratulations to Addison Rayner who has successfully defended his PhD Thesis titled Supersolidus Liquid Phase Sintering and Grain Growth Activation in a Metal Injection Molded Nickel-base Superalloy on April 2nd 2020! We are happy to continue working with Addison as he has accepted a Post Doctoral Fellow position here at Dalhousie!
Congratulations to Eric Moreau on his successful thesis defence titled “Determining the Mechanisms Governing Transient Liquid Phase Bonding of Nickel-based Superalloys using Boron Containing Filler Metals” this past April! We are excited to continue working with Eric as he has accepted a Post Doctoral Fellow position at Dalhousie.
Congratulations to Clare MacIsaac for successfully defending her MASc thesis entitled “Development of a Novel Boron free Filler Metal for Transient Liquid Phase Bonding of Ni base superalloys” on December 2nd, 2019.
Clare has accepted a Process Engineer position in Advanced Operations at Stryker in Burnaby, BC.
All the best Clare!
Congratulations to Colin Tadgell for successfully defending his PhD thesis entitled “EXAMINING THE MECHANISMS AND KINETICS OF TRANSIENT LIQUID PHASE BONDING OF TITANIUM ALLOYS USING COPPER AND NICKEL FILLER METALS” on October 31st, 2019.
Colin has accepted a fellowship position offered by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science at Hokkaido University in Sapporo, Japan under the supervision of Dr. Ichizo Yagi.
All the best Colin!
Congratulations to Joel Chapman for successfully defending his MASc thesis entitled “Determining the Influence of Surface Preparation on Transient Liquid Phase Bonding of Inconel 718/BNi-2” on October 3rd, 2019.
Joel has accepted a Junior Asset Integrity Engineer position at Antea Canada Inc. in Montreal, QC.
All the best Joel!
Members of the HTTAL recently attended Thermec 2018 at the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie in Paris, France. Thermec is an international conference on processing and manufacturing of advanced materials.
Julian O’Flynn presented on “Investigation of heat treatment of metal injection moulded Inconel 718 using differential scanning calorimetry”.
Catherine Whitman presented her invited presentation “Method for optimizing powder selection for metal injection moulding through a determination of evolved gas during thermal de-binding and sintering using thermogravimetric-gas chromatographic-mass spectrometric methods”.
Thanks to the organizers for an interesting and informative conference!