Shannon Clemens

Research Engineer

Current Area of Research:

  • Roll compaction of Ti-Al-V and Ti-Al-Fe titanium alloys 
  • Brazing of titanium and nickel superalloys

Past Areas of Research:

  • Metal injection molding with nickel superalloy powders
  • Sintering behavior of Ti-10V-2Fe-3Al with blended elemental and master alloy powders


  • MASc, Dalhousie University (November 2022)
  • B. Eng in Materials Engineering with Co-op, Dalhousie University (2019)
  • Dip. Eng, Cape Breton University (2016)

Work Experience:

  • Dalhousie University – Teaching Assistant: Introduction to Materials Engineering, Non-Ferrous Materials, Co-op
  • EVRAZ Research and Development, Process and Product Development Co-op (2018)
  • Dalhousie University, Powder Metallurgy Research Student (2017)
  • Facilities Management Co-op Student at Cape Breton University (2016)


  • Materials Candidate for the Engineers Nova Scotia Convocation Award (2019)
  • Mineral Resource & Materials Engineering Faculty Entrance Scholarship (2016)
  • Bruce and Dorothy Rosetti Faculty Entrance Scholarship (2016)

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