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Maxime Garnier

I was born in France and then I move to Switzerland for my studies. I earned my Bachelor’s degree in Materials Science and Engineering at The Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne. Within the Master program, I had the opportunity to work in the Aluminum industry as an intern at Novelis where I studied the influence of thermomechanical history on the properties of aluminum alloys.

I am currently performing a Master thesis in the Dunand Research group on metal matrix composite. My work will focus on the manufacture of a nacre-like metal matrix composite for structural application and its deformation mechanisms. The combination of freeze-casting and sintering techniques will be used to process this composite. This work is co-advised with Prof. Andreas Mortensen.

Research

Freeze-casting of ceramic matrix composite

Education

B.S. MSE, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

Contact

Phone: 847.467.5416
Fax: N/A
e-mail: maxime.garnier@epfl.ch
Address: Materials Science & Eng
2220 Campus Drive
Evanston, IL 60208

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September 16, 2016