Lados joined the WPI faculty in 2006 as a research professor in the university's Metal Processing Institute.
What does MPI stand for?
MPI stands for Metal Processing Institute (Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, MA)
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- Menu Port Interface
- Message Passing Interface
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- Metal Particle Interconnect
- Methoxyl Isobutyl Isonitrile
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- Midwest Pipe Insulation, Inc. (Baxter, MN)
- Migration Policy Institute (Washington, DC)
- Mihajlo Pupin Institute (Serbia)
- Milanka Price Index (CSE, Sri Lanka)
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Gallo received the Achievement Award from ASM International, Materials Park, Ohio, in 1988, was named a fellow of ASM in 2000, and received the Ray Witt Award from the Metal Processing Institute of Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, Mass.
A current project at the Center for Heat Treating Excellence of the Metal Processing Institute of Worcester Polytechnic Institute (Worcester, MA), Characterization, Evaluation and Removal of Surface Contamination from Pre and Post Heat-Treated Parts, addresses surface contamination during heat treatment.
and director of the institute's Metal Processing Institute, has been selected to chair a national blue ribbon panel charged with identifying ways that breakthroughs in materials and materials processes could lead to energy efficiency, energy security and reductions in carbon emissions.
Witt Award, first established in 1999, is given annually by the Advanced Casting Research Center (ACRC) of the Metal Processing Institute to an individual for his or her leadership in the aluminum casting industry and for inspiring others to advance the industry through technical achievement.
Distinguished WPI Professors contributing to the program include Diran Apelian, Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Director of the Metal Processing Institute, on Materials; Nancy Burnham, Associate Professor of Physics, on Nanotechnology; Kaveh Pahlavan, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, on Wireless Information Networks; Ryszard Pryputniewicz, Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Director of the Center for Holographic Studies and Laser Micromechatronics, on Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS); William Michalson, Associate Professor Electrical and Computer Engineering, Director, Center for Satellite Navigation, on Personal Navigation Systems, and John Zeugner, Professor of History, on Cultural Dynamics.
Professor heads panel WORCESTER - Diran Apelian, Howmet Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and director of the institute's Metal Processing Institute, has been selected to chair a national blue ribbon panel charged with identifying ways that breakthroughs in materials and materials processes could lead to energy efficiency, energy security and reductions in carbon emissions.
Its Metal Processing Institute, the largest industry-university alliance in North America, has partnered with more than 130 corporations.