Materials Science and Failure Analysis Articlesposted April 2020
Peer review is a trusted process for maintaining the high standards of a scientific profession. The professional engineers at MEE are dedicated to the advancement of scientific knowledge in their field by their active involvement in the peer review process of technical publications.
Ryan Haase is an associate editor for the Journal of Failure Analysis and Prevention (JFAP) and Larry Hanke is on the editorial board of the Metallography, Microstructure and Analysis Journal. Larry, Ryan, Dan Grice and Neal Hanke have all been peer reviewers for these journals.
Larry, Ryan and Dan are also writing content for the ASM Handbooks on Failure Analysis and Fractography with Neal assisting in peer reviews.
MEE fully supports and appreciates the time the staff puts in to writing and reviewing technical articles. Their work benefits the materials engineering profession as well as their own professional knowledge of the latest scientific research.
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