List of famous people who majored in materials science and engineering, including photos when available. This list of famous materials science and engineering majors is ordered loosely by relevance, meaning the most well-known people are at the top. This list includes popular actors, musicians, athletes and more that majored or minored in materials science and engineering. You can find various bits of information below, such as what year the person was born and what their profession is. If you're looking for a particular celebrity who majored in materials science and engineering you can use the "search" bar to find a specific name.
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Christopher Michael EarhartChristopher Earhart is Assistant Professor-Acting in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Stanford University. He was a graduate student in Materials Science and Engineering at Stanford University.
Ian Y. WongIan Y. Wong is Damon Runyon-Merck Cancer Research Fellow at the Center for Engineering in Medicine and Department of Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. He was a graduate student at Stanford University.
I-Kang DingI-Kang Ding was a graduate student at Stanford University.
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Turgut M. GurDr. Turgut M. Gur has the responsibility for day-to-day operation and management of Stanford University Center on Nanostructuring for Efficient Energy Conversion and its programs. He has previously served as the Technical Director for the NSF-funded Center for Materials Research on campus for more than a decade, and subsequently served as the founding Technical Director for Geballe Laboratory for Advanced Materials for several years. His research interests include solid state electrochemistry and electrocatalysis, fuel cells, ion transport ceramic membranes, thin films, sensors, and carbon/coal conversion. He will participate in TRG3.