EMMS committee members
Mike Clinch Mike.Clinch@luxfer.net
Dave Evetts 0115 973 3525 email@example.com
Dave is currently Honorary Secretary of the Society, having been in this role since 2006. Prior to this, he was President from 2001-2006. He was awarded an Outstanding service Award by the Institute in 2010, for service to this Society. He has been a member of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining and its predecessors since 1970, and a Fellow since 1995.He is a member of the Institute’s Council since 2003, representing the Midlands region. He is also vice-chair of the Local Affairs Board, and vice chair of Membership Committee. He worked at Rolls-Royce from 1964 to 2002, when he retired. He had a broad-ranging career in that company, comprising time in production laboratories and materials applications, being responsible for Rolls-Royce material specifications and materials selection. Externally, he was Rolls-Royce’s and the UK’s senior representative on national and international metallic materials standardisation, for which he was awarded a Distinguished Service Certificate by British Standards Institute.
Simon Hogg firstname.lastname@example.org
Simon joined the Department of Materials at Loughborough University as a lecturer in metallurgy in 2007. He obtained his BEng from Sheffield Hallam University and PhD from The University of Sheffield, Department of Engineering Materials. He has held postdoctoral appointments at Sheffield University working on feasibility studies in semi-solid metal processing and Oxford University working on Al-Li alloys for airframe applications.
Younger Members Representative
Sam Cruchley S.Cruchley@bham.ac.uk
Sam is working as a Research Fellow in the School of Metallurgy and Materials at the University of Birmingham. His expertise lies in the mechanical properties and oxidation of high performance metallic alloys in range of environments, including high temperature and pressure water. This includes metallic alloys produced using advanced processing techniques, such as SLM and HIP. As part of his role, he also has a number of teaching responsibilities and is currently studying for a Post Graduate Certification in Higher Education. Prior to this role, Sam completed a PhD at the University of Birmingham and spent several years working for both the National Nuclear Laboratory and Rolls-Royce
Sophie Cozien-Cazuc email@example.com
Dr Sophie Cozien-Cazuc is a Technical Programme Manager at Far-UK Ltd since November 2013. She manages collaborative research projects which are part-funded by the UK and the European Commission as well as a team of Engineers. Sophie obtained her MSc on Advanced Materials in 2002 at Cranfield University and her PhD on Bio-medical Composites in 2007 from the Polymer Composites Group at the University of Nottingham. After holding a Research Fellow position in the same group, she joined Cytec Industrial Materials (formerly Umeco Composites Structural Materials/Advanced Composites Group Ltd) as a Collaborative Research & Technology Project Manager in December 2008. Additionally, she has been part of the committee of the East Midlands Materials Society (EMMS) which is affiliated to The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IoM3) since 2006. She is also member of the board of the British Composites Society since November 2014 and the board of the Automotive Division since April 2015. Through her research and work experience, she has a broad knowledge of polymer composite materials.
Katy Voisey Katy.firstname.lastname@example.org
Katy Voisey is an associate professor in the Department of Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering at The University of Nottingham. Her research is based on three main areas: corrosion, coatings and laser processing of materials. Some projects include all three areas, some only one or two. She is also the space lead at the university’s Institute for Aerospace Technologies where she is interested in how The University of Nottingham can better engage with the expanding UK space industry. Katy started off as a physicist, and was in the first cohort of the 4 year MSci physics course at Cambridge. She enjoyed studying materials during the first two years of the course so she did a PhD on laser drilling in the Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy. Her laser work was extended by a 2 year postdoc on using laser surface melting and alloying for corrosion prevention in the Corrosion and Protection centre in what was UMIST (now part of the University of Manchester). Katy moved to Nottingham to take up her lectureship in 2005.
Gary Critchlow G.W.Critchlow@lboro.ac.uk
Gary is a former President of the Society. He has worked for Loughborough University since January 1987; initially as a member of the Surface Analysis Group of Loughborough Consultants Ltd located within the Physics Department. In 1990 this group became the Institute of Surface Science and Technology (ISST) and was later integrated within the Institute of Polymer Technology and Materials Engineering (IPTME), now the Materials Department. Currently the Professor of Surface & Interface Science; at any moment in time managing a number of industrial consultancies as well as larger more fundamental research programmes. He is a member of the Surface Engineering Division Board and a member of the Light Metals Division Board of IOM3.
Keith Harrison email@example.com
A fellow of the Institute of Materials, Minerals & Mining since 2002, Keith was elected vice-chair of the Industry and Technical Policy Board in 2015. He has been a member of the Automotive Division Board for over 14 years and also sits on the Materials Science & Technology Division Board and the Energy Materials Group Committee. In December 2015 he stepped down as Chair of the Surface Engineering Division after eight years in office. He has been a Council member since 2008 and has represented Council on the Managing Board for the last four years. Keith has been involved with surface engineering for nearly 50 years. Now semi-retired Keith has worked in Research and Development, Production and Sales & Marketing with companies such as British Gypsum, Rolls-Royce, Plessey Telecommunications and Sulzer Metco. He is a past Board Member of the Materials Knowledge Transfer Network particulate engineering sector and a past Chairman of that sector's Research Committee. He was also a member the Materials & Structures National Technical Committee of the Aerospace and Defence KTN. Keith is a past Chair of the Thermal Spraying and Surface Engineering Association. He has extensive experience of research projects in many sectors including aerospace, automotive, biomedical, defence, electronics, energy, mining, printing and paper. He has a number of published papers in these areas. Keith has been on the organising committees of a number of International conferences such as “Lean Weight Vehicle” and “Tribology 2008” and was a Topic Co-ordinator for EUROMAT 2009. More recently he was on the organising committee of the 2015 Parsons Conference and helped organise the UK Tribology launch event in October 2015.
Steve Andrews firstname.lastname@example.org
Steve is former Treasurer of the Society. He has over 40 years of experience in manufacturing industry, starting as an apprentice in Derby Carriage & Wagon works in 1971. Formerly employed as a Materials Technologist for Rolls-Royce, specialising in the material aspects of the "hot end" components of gas turbine engines he now provides tutorship to the Allen Crapper Associates O-D-A course.
John Yarnall email@example.com
John is Managing Consultant Surface Engineer at Surface Innovations with more than 30 years industrial and academic experience in surface engineering. He has specialist knowledge of health and safety, with manufacturing client lead in sustainability and environmental issues in surface engineering. Notable roles include consulting training advisor to the Confederation of British Metal Forming (CBM, Birmingham) and secretary to Industrial Metal Forming Technology Group. John is a Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv, and awarded fellowship of IOM3 in 2017 with Registration European Engineer (Eur Ing).
Tanvir Hussain Tanvir.Hussain@nottingham.ac.uk
Dr Tanvir Hussain is as Associate Professor in Materials Engineering (Coatings) at the Faculty of Engineering, University of Nottingham (UK), which is a research-led Russell Group university and it is internationally recognised for the research in advanced materials. Dr Hussain leads the Coating Materials for Energy team with 13 PhD students, 2 Postdoctoral Research Fellows and 3 visiting researchers under his direct supervision. He serves as an Associate Editor of the Journal of Thermal Spray Technology, Associate Editor of the Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part J: Journal of Engineering Tribology and a member of the BSI standards committee on STI/040 Thermal spraying and thermally sprayed coatings. He is a full member of the EPSRC (Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council) peer review college.
Martin Tuffs firstname.lastname@example.org
Martin has worked at Rolls-Royce in Derby since 1998 firstly as a Materials Engineer. His current role includes delivering product improvements within Manufacturing Technology utilising forming techniques and working closely with the Advanced Forming Research Centre in Renfrew, Scotland. He gained his PhD in Materials at Leeds University investigating the superplastic deformation response of titanium alloys. He has been a committee member of EMMS since 2001 and is a former honorary secretary.