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There are 7 projects with potential openings for graduate student researchers or post-doctoral researchers which have the potential to fill 2-3 positions(the sponsors are listed in the parentheses):

1. Surface characterization of engineered components (roughness and cleanliness) (Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing)

2. Non-equilibrium processing of Mg alloys (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

3. The role of twinning in damage initiation and failure in Mg alloys (U.S. National Science Foundation)

4. Using heat treatment to control the high strain rate deformation behavior of high strength Al and Mg alloys (U.S. Army Research Office)

5. Using heat treatment to control the high strain rate deformation behavior of high strength Al and Mg alloys (U.S. Army Research Office)

6. Non-destructive characterization of metal components using ultrasound and radiography(private company)

7. Non-destructive sensor development for detection of aluminum alloy sensitization (private company)

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