Ron Gibala Receives 2010 ASM Albert Sauveur Achievement Award
Ron Gibala has been selected to receive the Albert Sauveur Achievement Award for 2010. The citation reads:
"For seminal research on interstitial solutes in metals; internal friction; mechanical behavior of materials, including effects of surface films; and outstanding complementary service to materials science and engineering."
This award, which was established in 1934, recognizes pioneering materials science and engineering achievements that have stimulated organized work along similar lines to such an extent that a marked basic advance has been made in materials knowledge. The presentation of this award will be made to you at the ASM Awards Dinner, scheduled during the Materials Science & Technology 2010 Conference and Exhibition (MS&T '10), October 17-21st in Houston, Texas.