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Alfred University Faculty Participate in Kyocera Professors Technical Meeting

April 13, 2012
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Several faculty members in the Kazuo Inamori School of Engineering at Alfred University were among those invited to participate in the Kyocera Professors Technical Meeting in San Diego, Calif., which took place in conjunction with the Kyoto Prize Symposium.

Representing the Inamori School of Engineering were Doreen Edwards, dean and professor of materials science; Alastair Cormack, former dean and the Van Derck Frechette professor of materials science; and Inamori professors Scott Misture, Mark Towler and S.K Sundaram. Edwards, Cormack, Misture, Towler and Sundaram each presented information on their current research, as did Jeffery Duerk, dean of engineering at Case Western Reserve University; Yet-Ming Chiang, professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology; and Miqin Zhang, professor at the University of Washington. 

The professors hold faculty chairs that are supported by gifts from Kyocera Corp. For more information, visit www.alfred.edu.

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