STMG: How we are governed

The activities of the Structural Technology and Materials Group (STMG) Committee relate to materials testing, materials behaviour modelling, numerical stress analysis, theoretical and experimental stress analysis, and their relationship to design, structural integrity and component life assessment methods. A wide range of materials, including steel, aluminium alloys, fibre reinforced composites, metal matrix composites and ceramics, are of interest. 

The Group aims to disseminate information related to the fatigue, fracture, creep, creep/fatigue, corrosion etc, of the above materials and the effects which manufacturing processes have on these material properties to its members. This is achieved by the organisation of seminars, conferences and short courses on these topics. 

In order to ensure that STMG's activities have a direct relevance to current industrial and academic research, there are representatives from a wide range of companies and organisations.

The committee welcomes suggestions on how to improve the service it provides to the membership.


STMG Committee

Chairman

Professor Simon Quinn, University of Southampton

Past Chairmen

Mr Richard Davey, R-PAD Technology Ltd
Professor Adib Becker, University of Nottingham
Dr Bamber Blackman, Imperial College

Vice-Chairman

Dr Daniele Dini, Imperial College London

Group Members

Mr Ahmed Al-Saadi, University of Sheffield
Dr Ke-Shen Cheong, British Energy
Dr Ian Goodall
Professor Tom Hyde, University of Nottingham
Mr Tim Morris, NAFEMS
Dr Mike Winstone, Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining
Professor Janice Barton, University of Southampton
Mrs Louise Wright, National Physical Laboratory 
Dr Simon Smith, The Welding Institute  

Corresponding Members

Professor Tony Atkins, University of Reading
 
 

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