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研发工程师
钢铁研究总院
高温合金材料及工艺研发
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Research Scientist - Metallurgy (R3571200)
GE Research
Metallurgists are responsible for technical direction and research execution related to work in new alloy design, processing and property optimization, microstructure quantification, root cause analysis for a manufacturing improvement, and metallurgy-based service & repair work. Your primary responsibility in this job will be to provide technical leadership in projects focusing on alloy composition, microstructure, processing and performance relationships.

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Essential Responsibilities:
As a Research Scientist - Metallurgy, you will:
-Conduct research in an interdisciplinary team environment involving new alloy design, process optimization, property optimization, root cause analysis for processing and manufacturing improvements, and metallurgy-based service & repair work for a variety of metallic materials systems.
-Share in the authorship of program proposals to external agencies and participate in the execution of government contracts.
-Work across organizations, including interfacing with external agencies, GE businesses and universities on technical approach and execution.
Share project progress internally and externally through oral presentations and written reports.
-Foster a multidisciplinary and inclusive team environment

Qualifications/Requirements:
-PhD in Metallurgy, Materials Science & Engineering, or BS degree in Metallurgy, Materials Science & Engineering, or related field with a minimum of 5 years of additional experience in a research environment.
-Experience in the advanced characterization, processing and performance evaluation of structural alloys.
-Desire and flexibility to contribute to projects across Metallurgy portfolio, including but not limited Al, Ti, Fe, Ni, Co, and Refractory based material systems.
-Due to the nature of the duties of this position, this role requires the individual to obtain and maintain US Government Security Clearance; prerequisite for a security clearance is U.S. citizenship.

Link: https://jobs.gecareers.com/global/en/job/R3571200/Research-Scientist-Metallurgy
Lead Scientist - Metallurgy (R3566498)
GE Research
Full posting linked.
Metallurgists are responsible for technical direction and research execution related to work in new alloy design, processing and property optimization, microstructure quantification, root cause analysis for a manufacturing improvement, and metallurgy-based service & repair work. Your primary responsibility in this job will be to provide technical leadership in projects focusing on alloy composition, microstructure, processing and performance relationships.

As a Lead Scientist - Metallurgy, you will:
-Conduct research in an interdisciplinary team environment involving new alloy design, process optimization, property optimization, root cause analysis for processing and manufacturing improvements, and metallurgy-based service & repair work for a variety of metallic materials systems.
-Author program proposals to external agencies that align with GE technology roadmaps and participate in the execution of government contracts.
-Work across organizations, including interfacing with external agencies, GE businesses and universities on project definition, technical approach and execution.
-Share project progress internally and externally through oral presentations, written reports, and as appropriate through external and internal publications to GE Research, GE businesses, senior leadership teams, government agencies, and professional societies.

Qualifications/Requirements:
-PhD in Metallurgy, Materials Science & Engineering, or related field with a minimum of 3 years of professional experience or BS degree in Metallurgy, Materials Science & Engineering, or related field with a minimum of 7 years of professional experience.
-Experience in the advanced characterization, processing and performance evaluation of structural alloys.
-Due to the nature of the duties of this position, this role requires the individual to obtain and maintain US Government Security Clearance; prerequisite for a security clearance is U.S. citizenship.
Link: https://jobs.gecareers.com/global/en/job/R3566498/Lead-Scientist-Metallurgy
Metallurgist Staff Specialist Technology
Carpenter Technology Corporation
Carpenter Technology Corporation is a recognized leader in high-performance specialty alloy-based materials and process solutions for critical applications in the aerospace, defense, transportation, energy, industrial, medical, and consumer electronics markets.

We are seeking an experienced metallurgist to work on the Strategic Metallurgy Team. This individual is expected to have a broad technical engineering knowledge base with a focus on metallurgical products and a proven track record of delivering impactful results. This individual will lead and support projects that serve a diverse set of strategic goals, including but not limited to developing new products and processes, improving quality for service performance and safety, improving manufacturing processes for product quality and reliability, qualifying new products and processes with external customers and OEM’s, interfacing with government regulatory agencies, leading and participating in quality investigations.

REQUIREMENTS
-Four-year college degree in Material Science and Engineering or related field. Ability to travel 0-50%.

-Ten or more years of experience in a technical or R&D staff position.

-Metallurgical knowledge and experience with specialty steels and nickel alloys. Emphasis on superalloys, alloy steels, stainless steels is applicable and preferred.

-Experience with premium melting methods (VIM, ESR, VAR), and hot working processes is preferred.

-Industry experience with Aerospace and Energy products and technical requirements is preferred.

- Working knowledge of quality systems (especially aerospace) and experience with problem solving, both for internal improvement and for external customer support preferred.

-Experience in other markets including defense, automotive, industrial, and medical is applicable.

-Working knowledge of quality systems (especially aerospace) and experience with problem solving, both for internal improvement and for external customer support preferred.
Link: https://cartech.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/CTCExternal/job/Reading-PA/Metallurgist-Staff-Specialist-Technology_19777
Physical Metallurgist
Haynes International, Inc.
Haynes International, Inc., a specialty producer of high-performance Ni- and Co-base superalloys, has an immediate opening for a physical metallurgist in its Research & Technology Department situated in Kokomo, Indiana. The successful candidate will hold a M.S. or Ph.D. in metallurgy / materials science (experience in the superalloys industry is preferred), and is expected to be instrumental in the conception and execution of projects related to new high-temperature and corrosion-resistant alloys. Projects could include structure/property characterization, product/process development at the lab and mill scales, and commercial/technical support.
Link: http:\www.haynesinternational.com
MPE Superalloys Staff Engineer
Pratt & Whitney
The Pratt & Whitney Materials and Processes Engineering organization is seeking an engineer to execute nickel based superalloy alloy development, characterization and production implementation in current and future jet engines. With a specific focus on Cast/Wrought alloys and Additive Manufacturing.

The engineer will work with customers across the enterprise to plan, execute, and report on research and development related to the manufacture/processing of components produced from Nickel based Superalloys. Projects will range from engine safety, production support, technology development, and cost reduction. The engineer will be responsible to plan and execute development programs to meet business needs.

The engineer will collaborate across engineering disciplines customers as part of an Integrated Product Team to successfully transition and implementation of alloy technology into Pratt & Whitney’s products. The candidate is expected to be proficient in the physical metallurgy of Nickel based Superalloys and associated processes, such as: ingot casting, conversion, forging, heat treatment, solid state joining and characterization. The engineer should also be proficient with the various additive manufacturing techniques and defect types.

*Please see P&W online posting for additional details*

Education/Certifications:
BS Degree with 7+ years of experience; MS degree with 5+ years of experience; PhD degree with 4+ years of experience strongly preferred.

Qualifications:
Basic:
-BS in Material Science or, chemical engineering, or aerospace engineering
-7+ years of relevant experience or 5+ years with an advance degree
-US Citizenship due to government contracts
Preferred:
-Ph. D or Master of Science or Engineering in materials science or related discipline
-4+ years of aerospace industry experience
-Exposure to a manufacturing environment or experienced with technology transition to production

Link: https://jobs.prattwhitney.com/job/east-hartford/mpe-superalloys-staff-engineer/1737/9290016560
the faculty position or postdoctoral fellowship at USTB
University of Science and technology Beijing (USTB)
Areas of Expertise Sought
Candidates must demonstrate a commitment to excellence in research and in teaching undergraduate and graduate programs in the field of Material Science and Engineering. Candidates with Materials Science and Engineering, Mechanics, Mechanical Engineering background related to superalloys are encouraged to apply. They must pursue research activities that are complementary to those being carried out by existing teams.

Description of Position
1) Carry out funded or contractual interdisciplinary research projects in the physical metallurgy of superalloys, jointly with industry and in work places;
2) Develop a research program;
3) Publish scientific articles;

Desired skills and experience
• Must hold a doctorate (Ph.D.) in Material Science and Engineering.
• Must demonstrate excellent research and teaching skills.
• Must be proficient in written and spoken English.

About the employer
Qiang Charles Feng’s team, named “The advanced casting superalloy team” at state key laboratory for advanced metals and materials (SKLAMM) in USTB, focuses on the fundamental research on superalloys. The research objects are mainly for the hot section components of advanced aero-engines and heavy duty gas turbines.

Area of research
1. Alloying design and creep mechanism of novel Co-based and Ni-based superalloys.
2. Interactions of complex multi-components in advanced Ni-based single crystal superalloys and the coatings.
3. Evaluation method of service damage for turbine blades in aero-engines based on microstructural evolution.
4. Application of Materials Genome Engineering technology in the development of novel high temperature structural materials.
5. Simulation of microstructure evolution, fabrication and processing, service evaluation of advanced superalloys

Contacts
Prof. Qiang Charles Feng
Email: qfeng@skl.ustb.edu.cn
Please note "application for faculty / postdoctoral + name" and leave contact information.
Link: https://enskl.ustb.edu.cn/facult/facultymembers/frontiermetallicmaterials/28b3841d45df4d47a1570d9d8779223e.htm
Faculty position or postdoctoral fellowship at USTB
University of Science and Technology Beijing
Areas of Expertise Sought: Candidates must demonstrate a commitment to excellence in research and in teaching undergraduate and graduate programs in the field of Material Science and Engineering. Candidates with Materials Science and Engineering, Mechanics, Mechanical Engineering background related to superalloys are encouraged to apply.

Description of Position: Carry out funded or contractual interdisciplinary research projects in the physical metallurgy of superalloys, jointly with industry and in work places;
1) Develop a research program;
2) Publish scientific articles;

Desired skills and experience: 1) Must hold a doctorate (Ph.D.) in Material Science and Engineering. 2) Must demonstrate excellent research and teaching skills. 3) Must be proficient in written and spoken English.

About the employer:
Qiang Charles Feng’s group, named “The advanced casting superalloy team” at State Key Laboratory for Advanced Metals and Materials (SKLAMM) in USTB, focuses on the fundamental research on superalloys. The research objects are mainly for the hot section components of advanced aero-engines and heavy duty gas turbines.

Area of research: 1) Alloying design and creep mechanism of novel Co-based and Ni-based superalloys. 2) Interactions of complex multi-components in advanced Ni-based single crystal superalloys and the coatings. 3) Evaluation method of service damage for turbine blades in aero-engines based on microstructural evolution. 4) Application of Materials Genome Engineering technology in the development of novel high temperature structural materials. 5) Simulation of microstructure evolution, fabrication and processing, service evaluation of advanced superalloys.

Contacts: Prof. Qiang Charles Feng, Email: qfeng@skl.ustb.edu.cn, Please note "application for faculty / postdoctoral + name" and leave contact information.

Link: https://enskl.ustb.edu.cn/
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