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Research on the laser deposition of titanium and molybdenum powders was presented at the January ASME Milwaukee meeting. The meeting featured MSOE students Robert Mueller and Christopher Reynolds, both seniors. The students did an excellent job of presenting not only technical data, but also a glimpse of their experience of life in South Africa during their six weeks last summer. The presentation was filled with photos/charts/tables to illustrate their systematic approach to support their premise--that the hardness of the substrate was increased by the addition of molybdenum to the titanium alloy. Location of the meeting was Alioto’s Restaurant in Wauwatosa.
Special thanks to the students and to Dr. Kumpaty for arranging this presentation. Dr. Kumpaty has engaged undergraduates for many years in National Science Foundation supported research.
Professor Subha Kumpaty (center) and MSOE students Robert Mueller (left) and Christopher Reynolds (right).