Prof Ando Selected as Fellow
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Professor Teiichi Ando has been selected as a Fellow of ASM International. Professor Ando received his BS in Metallurgy from Kyoto University in 1971. In 1979 he received his MS in Metallurgy from Colorado School of Mines; he also received his PhD from Colorado School of Mines in 1982. Ando's research interests include rapid solidification processing, non-equilibrium processing, powder metallurgy, the processing-structure-property relationship in materials, materials processing for advanced manufacturing, and ultrasonic processing of materials.
ASM International was founded in 1913 as the American Society for Metals. Today, ASM is the world's largest association of metals-focused materials scientists and engineers with over 30,000 members worldwide. A member and volunteer-based organization, ASM serves as a central resource that gathers the latest applied information from the field and disseminates it back to industry, academia, and government through high-quality published content, classes, conferences, expositions, and local chapter engagement. Recipients of one of the highest honors in the field of materials, ASM Fellows are technical and professional leaders who have been recognized by their colleagues and now serve as advisors to the society.