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    • Acting Editor for Journal of Advanced Materials (July-December 2005)

    • Associate Editor for Journal of Advanced Materials (January 2006 to present)

    • Editorial Reviewer for Journal of Advanced Materials, SAMPE’s peer-reviewed academic and technical journal publication (1998-2005)

  • Editorial Reviewer for SAMPE Quarterly journal (1991-1993)

  • Technical Program Manager for SAMPE on Seismic Retrofit & Repair (SRR) Program for evaluating and developing composite standards for bridge column repair technology for wide range of carbon and glass fiber composite materials.

  • International Vice President of SAMPE until accepting International Technical Director position on 1 September 1998.

  • International Secretary of SAMPE from 1 July 1996 through 30 June 1998.

  • Conducts advanced composites materials, structures, processing, testing, inspection/NDI and

manufacturing tutorials for SAMPE conferences and exhibitions

AMERICAN COMPOSITE MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION (ACMA)

Formerly, COMPOSITES FABRICATION ASSOCIATION (CFA) Arlington, Virginia

June 1997 - Present

  • Contributing Editor for ACMA's technical journal (previously Composites Fabrication; currently Composites Manufacturing or CM) with responsibility for producing several technical articles each year.

  • Conducts tutorials and workshops for ACMA on FRP (fiber reinforced plastics) materials, processing, manufacturing and design technologies.

HERCULES INCORPORATED/HERCULES AEROSPACE CORPORATION

Magna, Utah

August 1974 - July 1992

Manager, Composite Structures Technology (1989-1992)

  • Responsible for actively marketing composite structures technology and assessing manufacturing processes for potential commercial market segments (infrastructure, energy, transportation, marine, chemical/corrosion, oilfield, battlefield and sporting goods/recreation)

  • Established 70% lower cost manufacturing process for RTM composite aircraft wings using molded-in fittings and demonstrated first known RTM aerospace components

  • Developed unique composite armor design resulting in 30% weight savings and complete success in initial field tests under actual fire conditions

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