About FIERF Magnet Schools

Forging Industry Educational and Research Foundation - Magnet Schools

In 1992 Forging Industry Educational and Research Foundation (FIERF) established the Magnet School Program to increase awareness and knowledge of the forging industry among university engineering and metallurgy students.

The Foundation has partnered with universities where faculty members have expressed interest in forging, course enrichment in forging processes and application as well as receptivity to research and development projects of potential value to the forging industry.

The goals of the program are to provide future engineers an appreciation of the value of utilizing forged products and to attract new generations of engineering students into the forging industry as a career.

Chet Van Tyne, the FIERF Professor at the Colorado School of Mines academically oversees the Magnet School Program encouraging the introduction of courses in forging, forming and deformation modeling at participating universities.

Participating Professors and Universities

Blair London, Professor
California Polytechnic State University
Materials Engineering Department
www.calpoly.edu/
[email protected]
 
David Schwam, Research Associate Professor
Case Western Reserve University
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
www.case.edu/
[email protected]
 
Chester J. Van Tyne (Chet), FIERF Professor
Colorado School of Mines
George S. Ansel Dept. of Metallurgical & Materials Engineering
www.mines.edu/index_js.shtml
[email protected]
 
Jianjun Shi, Professor
The Carolyn J. Stewart Chair Professsor
H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology- Atlanta Georgia
[email protected]
 
Philip Nash, Professor
Illinois Institute of Technology
Thermal Processing Technology Center
www.iit.edu/
[email protected]
 
Joseph Domblesky, Professor
Marquette University
Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
www.marquette.edu/
[email protected]
 
Rajiv Shivpuri, Professor
Ohio State University
Industrial, Welding & Systems Engineering
www.osu.edu/
[email protected]
 
Jay S. Gunasekera, Professor
Ohio University
Department of Mechanical Engineering
www.ohio.edu/
[email protected]
 
Robert C. Voigt, Professor
Pennsylvania State University
Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
www.psu.edu/
[email protected]
 
Russell L. Rosmait, Professor
Pittsburg State University
Department Engineering Technology
www.pittstate.edu/
PSU - Engineering Technology
[email protected]
 
Dan Lewis, Professor
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Materials Science & Engineering Department
www.rpi.edu/
[email protected]

Jionghua (Judy) Jin, Professor
The University of Michigan
Department of Industrial and Operations Engineering
www.umich.edu/
[email protected]
 

Dr. F. Scott Miller, Professor
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Materials Science & Engineering
www.mst.edu


Mary Wells, Professor
University of Waterloo
Department of Mechanical Engineering
www.uwaterloo.ca
[email protected]
 
Kyle Metzloff, Professor
University of Wisconsin - Platteville
Department of Industrial Studies
www.uwplatt.edu/
[email protected]
 
Diran Apelian
Howmet Professor of ME
Director, Metal ProcessiNg Institute
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
www.wpi.edu/+mpi
[email protected]

Peter Collins
Assistant Professor
University of North Texas
Site Director of CANFSA
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Forging Industry Educational and Research Foundation - Magnet Schools

In 1992 Forging Industry Educational and Research Foundation (FIERF) established the Magnet School Program to increase awareness and knowledge of the forging industry among university engineering and metallurgy students.

The Foundation has partnered with universities where faculty members have expressed interest in forging, course enrichment in forging processes and application as well as receptivity to research and development projects of potential value to the forging industry.

The goals of the program are to provide future engineers an appreciation of the value of utilizing forged products and to attract new generations of engineering students into the forging industry as a career.

Chet Van Tyne, the FIERF Professor at the Colorado School of Mines academically oversees the Magnet School Program encouraging the introduction of courses in forging, forming and deformation modeling at participating universities.

Participating Professors and Universities

Blair London, Professor
California Polytechnic State University
Materials Engineering Department
www.calpoly.edu/
[email protected]
 
David Schwam, Research Associate Professor
Case Western Reserve University
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
www.case.edu/
[email protected]
 
Chester J. Van Tyne (Chet), FIERF Professor
Colorado School of Mines
George S. Ansel Dept. of Metallurgical & Materials Engineering
www.mines.edu/index_js.shtml
[email protected]
 
Jianjun Shi, Professor
The Carolyn J. Stewart Chair Professsor
H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology- Atlanta Georgia
[email protected]
 
Philip Nash, Professor
Illinois Institute of Technology
Thermal Processing Technology Center
www.iit.edu/
[email protected]
 
Joseph Domblesky, Professor
Marquette University
Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
www.marquette.edu/
[email protected]
 
Rajiv Shivpuri, Professor
Ohio State University
Industrial, Welding & Systems Engineering
www.osu.edu/
[email protected]
 
Jay S. Gunasekera, Professor
Ohio University
Department of Mechanical Engineering
www.ohio.edu/
[email protected]
 
Robert C. Voigt, Professor
Pennsylvania State University
Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
www.psu.edu/
[email protected]
 
Russell L. Rosmait, Professor
Pittsburg State University
Department Engineering Technology
www.pittstate.edu/
PSU - Engineering Technology
[email protected]
 
Dan Lewis, Professor
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Materials Science & Engineering Department
www.rpi.edu/
[email protected]

Jionghua (Judy) Jin, Professor
The University of Michigan
Department of Industrial and Operations Engineering
www.umich.edu/
[email protected]
 

Dr. F. Scott Miller, Professor
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Materials Science & Engineering
www.mst.edu


Mary Wells, Professor
University of Waterloo
Department of Mechanical Engineering
www.uwaterloo.ca
[email protected]
 
Kyle Metzloff, Professor
University of Wisconsin - Platteville
Department of Industrial Studies
www.uwplatt.edu/
[email protected]
 
Diran Apelian
Howmet Professor of ME
Director, Metal ProcessiNg Institute
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
www.wpi.edu/+mpi
[email protected]

Peter Collins
Assistant Professor
University of North Texas
Site Director of CANFSA
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Forging Industry Educational and Research Foundation - Magnet Schools

In 1992 Forging Industry Educational and Research Foundation (FIERF) established the Magnet School Program to increase awareness and knowledge of the forging industry among university engineering and metallurgy students.

The Foundation has partnered with universities where faculty members have expressed interest in forging, course enrichment in forging processes and application as well as receptivity to research and development projects of potential value to the forging industry.

The goals of the program are to provide future engineers an appreciation of the value of utilizing forged products and to attract new generations of engineering students into the forging industry as a career.

Chet Van Tyne, the FIERF Professor at the Colorado School of Mines academically oversees the Magnet School Program encouraging the introduction of courses in forging, forming and deformation modeling at participating universities.

Participating Professors and Universities

Blair London, Professor
California Polytechnic State University
Materials Engineering Department
www.calpoly.edu/
[email protected]
 
David Schwam, Research Associate Professor
Case Western Reserve University
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
www.case.edu/
[email protected]
 
Chester J. Van Tyne (Chet), FIERF Professor
Colorado School of Mines
George S. Ansel Dept. of Metallurgical & Materials Engineering
www.mines.edu/index_js.shtml
[email protected]
 
Jianjun Shi, Professor
The Carolyn J. Stewart Chair Professsor
H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology- Atlanta Georgia
[email protected]
 
Philip Nash, Professor
Illinois Institute of Technology
Thermal Processing Technology Center
www.iit.edu/
[email protected]
 
Joseph Domblesky, Professor
Marquette University
Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
www.marquette.edu/
[email protected]
 
Rajiv Shivpuri, Professor
Ohio State University
Industrial, Welding & Systems Engineering
www.osu.edu/
[email protected]
 
Jay S. Gunasekera, Professor
Ohio University
Department of Mechanical Engineering
www.ohio.edu/
[email protected]
 
Robert C. Voigt, Professor
Pennsylvania State University
Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
www.psu.edu/
[email protected]
 
Russell L. Rosmait, Professor
Pittsburg State University
Department Engineering Technology
www.pittstate.edu/
PSU - Engineering Technology
[email protected]
 
Dan Lewis, Professor
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Materials Science & Engineering Department
www.rpi.edu/
[email protected]

Jionghua (Judy) Jin, Professor
The University of Michigan
Department of Industrial and Operations Engineering
www.umich.edu/
[email protected]
 

Dr. F. Scott Miller, Professor
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Materials Science & Engineering
www.mst.edu


Mary Wells, Professor
University of Waterloo
Department of Mechanical Engineering
www.uwaterloo.ca
[email protected]
 
Kyle Metzloff, Professor
University of Wisconsin - Platteville
Department of Industrial Studies
www.uwplatt.edu/
[email protected]
 
Diran Apelian
Howmet Professor of ME
Director, Metal ProcessiNg Institute
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
www.wpi.edu/+mpi
[email protected]

Peter Collins
Assistant Professor
University of North Texas
Site Director of CANFSA
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