2013 Class of ASM Fellows

2013 Class of ASM Fellows

Congratulations to our 2013 Class of Fellows

In 1969, ASM established the Fellow of the Society honor to provide recognition to members for their distinguished contributions to materials science and engineering and to develop a broadly based forum of technical and professional leaders to serve as advisors to the society. Following are the members recognized by their colleagues for 2013. Additional Fellows may be elected to this distinguished body in subsequent years. The solicited guidance, which the Fellows will provide, will enhance the capability of ASM as a technical community of materials science and engineering in the years ahead. Awards will be presented at ASM's annual Awards Dinner, Tuesday, October 29th in Montreal, Canada, during Materials Science & Technology 2013 (MS&T'13).

Dr. David J. Alexander, FASM
Engineer
Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM

"For excellence in the understanding of deformation processing and effects of in-service conditions on Microstructure/property relationships through novel testing techniques and innovative processing routes in a wide variety of structural materials."

 

Dr. Steven M. Arnold, FASM
Chief of the Mechanics and Life Prediction Branch
NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, OH

"For pioneering work in the area of constitutive modeling of metallic and composite materials, including the development of the associated multiscale modeling tools; and for leadership in helping ASM play a role in the Integrated Computational Materials Engineering and Materials Genome Initiative."

 

Ms. Julie Christodoulou, FASM
Director, Naval Materials Division
US Office of Naval Research, Arlington, VA

"For outstanding technical leadership and management of Department of Defense materials research efforts, especially including development of and support for new programs in integrated computational materials engineering, functional and structural materials, and joining technologies."

 

Dr. Edward I. Cole, FASM
Senior Scientist
Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM

"For revolutionizing microelectronics failure analysis by the development of Charge Induced Voltage Alteration, Light Induced Voltage Alteration and Soft Defect Localization techniques for analyzing integrated circuits."

 

Mr. David P. Field, FASM
Professor
Washington State University, Pullman, WA

"For important contributions to the technical development of electron backscatter diffraction and orientation imaging microscopy, and applying these technologies commercially to engineering materials characterization."

 

Dr. Richard W. Fonda, FASM
Section Head
Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC

"For ground-breaking research in friction stir welding and microstructural evolution in high strength steels and weldments."

 

Dr. Jude R. Foulds, FASM
Principal and Managing Member
Clarus Consulting, LLC, Charlotte, NC

"For significant contributions to the development and application of materials testing and integrity evaluation methods for the condition and life assessment of operating industrial power plant equipment."

 

Mr. Robert J. Fulton, FASM
President, Retired
Hoeganaes Corporation, Riverton, NJ

"For sustained technical leadership and development of manufacturing processes, in particular powder metallurgy."

 

Mr. Robert Hill, Jr., FASM
President
Solar Atmospheres of Western PA, Inc. Hermitage, PA

"For expanding the applications and technical knowledge of vacuum heat treating titanium for the future of lightweight and energy efficient commercial and military airframes."

 

Mrs. Frauke Hogue, FASM
Metallographer
Hogue Metallography, Pacific Palisades, CA

"For sustained professional contributions to the field of metallography, for excellence in mentoring and teaching, and dedicated promotion of the science of metallography as a profession through volunteerism in the ASM Materials Camp program."

 

Dr. Thomas J. Lienert, FASM
Technical Staff Member - R&D Engineer IV,
Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM

"For sustained impact and pioneering advancements in welding metallurgy and welding process understanding."

 

Dr. Alan A. Luo, FASM
Professor
The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

"For outstanding contributions to the research and automotive applications of lightweight magnesium and aluminum alloys and leadership in international collaboration of light metals research and developments."

 

Dr. Stephen J. Mashl, FASM
Research Professor
Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI

"For Industrial and academic contributions and leadership in the fields of heat treatment, powder metallurgy processing and hot isostatic pressing technologies."

 

Mr. Timothy McKechnie, FASM
President
Plasma Processes, Huntsville, AL

"For pioneering development of thermal spray coatings, and establishing a successful materials near-net shape forming and coatings company that produces products for international aerospace, defense, energy, medical and commercial customers."

 

Dr. U. Kamachi Mudali, FASM
Professor
Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, Kalpaklam, India

"For outstanding contributions in the development and application of corrosion-resistant advanced materials and coatings for critical uses in nuclear and related industries."

 

Prof. Burton R. Patterson, FASM
Adjunct Research Professor
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

"For lasting contributions in the fields of advanced quantitative microscopy, powder processing, grain kinetics, and physical metallurgy."

 

Prof. Anthony Petric, FASM
Professor
McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada

"For sustained contribution to the development of membrane materials and coatings for energy storage and fuel cells."

 

Dr. Appajosula Srinivasa Rao, FASM
Materials Engineer
United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC

"For significant contributions to the understanding of nuclear reactor core internals materials degradation due to irradiation-assisted stress-corrosion cracking, and to the development of modeling methods for microstructure evolution and deformation."

 

Mr. Len Reid, FASM
Vice President, Technology
Fatigue Technology Inc., Seattle, WA

"For sustained contributions in the development and directions for extending aerospace materials and bettering structural integrity +AA18y of aircraft components."

 

Dr. Satyam S. Sahay, FASM
Senior General Manager
John Deere Asia Technology Innovation Center, Pune, India

"For successful implementation of model-based optimization in heat treating industries, outstanding research in the area of process modeling and non-isothermal phase transformations and for significant contributions towards professional societies, journal boards and academic institutions."

 

Prof. Shankar M. L. Sastry, FASM
Christopher I. Byrnes Professor of Engineering
Washington University St. Louis, MO

"For pioneering contributions to deformation of ordered alloys and deformation processing of structural materials."

 

Prof. Huseyin Sehitoglu, FASM
John, Alice, and Sarah Nyquist Chair Professor
University of Illinois, Urbana

"For distinguished contributions in the area of plasticity and thermal fatigue of structural materials."

 

Mr. Andrew Sherman, FASM
CEO
Mesocoat Inc., Euclid, OH

"For the development and commercialization of microencapsulated and nanohierarchially structured particle technology, and the application of these new materials in thermal spray coatings, high temperature coatings, and cellular composites."

 

Prof. Wolfgang Sigmund, FASM
Professor
University of Florida, Gainesville

"For important advances in modern materials synthesis technologies, including direct casting of ceramics, oxide ceramic nanomaterials, nucleation and growth modeling of metallic nanowires, and aqueous sol-gel processing of transition metal oxides."

 

Dr. Preet M. Singh, FASM
Professor
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA

"For significant contributions in the scientific and engineering aspects of materials reliability and stress corrosion cracking by developing a mechanistic understanding of complex phenomena."

 

Dr. Charles H. Ward, FASM
Lead, Integrated Computational Materials Science and Engineering
Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright Patterson AFB, OH

"For sustained contributions to advocacy and leadership of materials research in the USA and Europe including direct research contributions to aerospace structural materials and for US National Leadership of the Materials Genome Initiative."