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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING WELCOMES PROFESSOR YASSER SHABANA AS FULLBRIGHT SCHOLAR

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING WELCOMES PROFESSOR YASSER SHABANA AS FULLBRIGHT SCHOLAR

The A.J. Clark School of Engineering Department of Mechanical Engineering welcomes Dr. Yasser Shabana as a Fullbright Scholar for the remainder of 2004.

Professor Shabana will be sharing his expertise and extensive knowledge of functionally graded and composite materials, microscopic analysis, micromechanics, finite element method and thermo-elasto-plasticity for the next nine months. He will be working with Dr. Hugh Bruck in the Functionally Graded Materials Development Laboratory during this time.

In addition to receiving the Fullbright lecturing and research grant, Professor Shabana has most recently served as an Assistant Professor in the Mechanical Design Department at Helwan University.

Professor Shabana earned his Ph.D. in Industrial Science and Engineering at the Shizuoka University of Japan, and his M.S. and B.S. in Mechanical Design at Helwan University.

Congratulations to Professor Shabana for this prestigious appointment.

March 15, 2004


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