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ST. LOUIS, MO –  MTI will host a seminar on drones, robots and remote visual inspection on Monday, February 18 from 9 AM to 3 PM in St. Petersburg, FL. The seminar is to be held in conjunction with the AmeriTAC 128 meeting on February 19-20. Registration is now open to everyone; please see the event information below for details and to sign up. Internal Inspections are expensive, require significant downtime, clean out time, and require stringent vessel entry safety protocols. Traditional inspections are often the best or only way to gather the information needed for an SME to determine the integrity and condition of equipment. There is significant incentive ...
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Participation is key at MTI. Be sure to join the projects that recently formed at the AmeriTAC 128 meeting in October. Four projects were formed. Two Potential Projects are currently available to join and the other two will be created soon, so be sure to check out the community listings for availability from time to time. Available Now: MTI Symposium (342) Repository of Damage Images (344) Coming Soon: Data Repository of Project Information (343) Membership Study (focus group) (345)
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We are excited to offer other opportunities to connect beyond the new website through social media, but we need the support of our members and visitors to make this campaign successful.  Here's how you can help: 1. We now have a Facebook page !  Help boost our visibility by liking, following and sharing our page. Continue the trend by liking and sharing our posts to your network.  2. LinkedIn If you don't already follow the MTI page , please do it now.  Comment, like and share our posts to your networks to help spread the word about all the great things MTI is doing! Each individual who participates in this effort is exponentially increasing ...
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MTI is pleased to announce that Robert (Bob) Freed will be joining the MTI Staff as an Associate Director on January 1. Bob received his BS in Metallurgical Engineering from Drexel University and a PhD in Materials Engineering from MIT. He retired from DuPont in 2016 after 39 years. He has published a number of technical papers and articles and is recognized for U. S. Patent 6,042,702: Electrochemical Cell Having a Current Distribution Comprising a Conductive Polymer Composite Material. Bob is also Six Sigma certified. At DuPont Dr. Freed gained extensive experience in the failure analysis of CPI equipment and materials, and worked extensively in applied ...
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MTI is excited to announce a new opportunity to connect with its unique, highly focused technical community. Starting with the Winter (February) issue of our new, redesigned MTI CONNECT Magazine, we will offer a limited number of advertising opportunities. The new publication will include more technical content than ever before, including details on projects, MTI people stories, announcements and much more. In addition, you can tailor your own message and include it in a new section that showcases supplier and producer products and services. Seven Reasons to Connect: Reach hundreds of senior level engineers at 66 member companies worldwide Extended ...
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Connect. Participate. Collaborate. Member Quick-Start Guide Login: Visit mti-global.org and click the green login button in the upper right corner of your screen. Profile: After logging in, access your profile in the upper right corner and add your photo so fellow members can recognize you! While you’re there, go ahead and add some information about yourself so everyone can get to know you better. Communities: Begin signing up for * project teams. Simply visit the “Communities” tab from the main menu and click the "Join" button for each project team, PDC or other community types you wish to participate ...
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The Materials Technology Institute (MTI) is pleased to announce the 2019 Board of Directors. The MTI membership voted and approved the slate of directors on October 17, 2018 during the Annual Membership Meeting at AmeriTAC 127, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Pictured left to right: Dale Heffner (Electro Chemical), Srini Kesavan (FMC), Chuck Young (Tricor Metals), Debra McCauley (Chemours), Marc Cook – Ex-Officio AmeriTAC Chair (The Dow Chemical Company), David Barber – BOD Vice Chair (The Dow Chemical Company), Maria Jose Landeira Oestergaard – BOD Chair (Haldor Topsoe A/S), Jeremy Nelson – Ex-Officio AmeriTAC Vice Chair (Koch Industries), Bill Bieber (Webco ...
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