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Mark A. Anderson (BS MTU MY 1960). Mr. Anderson has more than 40 years of diversified industry experience in both technical and managerial roles, including project feasibility, mine operations and product due diligence. His experience includes evaluation of base and precious metal properties with emphasis on processing, metallurgy, project management, and feasibility analysis. He has most recently served as chairman and . . .
William Truckner'65, '66
Following completion of his doctorate at MTU, Dr. Truckner joined Babcock and Wilcox as a research and development metallurgist. He moved to Alcoa in 1973 as a Research Engineer in the Physical Metallurgy Division. He became Senior Technical Supervisor in the Alloy Technology Division in 1985, Division Manager of Alcoa Laboratories in 1989, and eventually Vice President of Technical Development for the Labs. He served . . .
William Johnson'76, '78
Dr. Bill Johnson is currently a Professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Virginia. He is a renowned scholar in the general area of diffusional phase transformation, especially in the influence of compositional and epitaxial strains on the thermodynamic description of crystals, the evolution of microstructure in thin films and bulk alloys, and the effect of stress on the kinetics . . .