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Unformatted text preview: MSE 220: Introduc0on to Materials and Manufacturing J. Wayne Jones Arthur F. Thurnau Professor Materials Science & Engineering email@example.com 205 UM‐SJTU Joint Ins0tute Mr. Gao Zhiguo Ph.D Student firstname.lastname@example.org Department of Materials Science Shanghai Jiao Tong University Resources • Abbreviated Lectures Posted to Sakai • Homework Solu0ons Posted • Professor Jones’ Oﬃce Hours • Mr. Gao’s Oﬃce Hours • Exam Review Sessions Grading • Homework (once a week) • Quizzes ( `) • Exam 1 (10/6) • Exam 2 (11/5) • Exam 3 (12/12) 15% 10% 25% 25% 25% Regrades: If you believe that a quiz or exam ques0on was graded inappropriately, please submiced a typed memo explaining your concern. The deadline for the regrade memo is one week ader the quiz/test is returned. What is Materials Science? • Introductory course to engineering materials. Proper0es (mechanical, thermal and electronic) of metals, polymers, ceramics, and electronic materials. Correla0ons of these proper0es with : • their internal structures (atomic, molecular, crystalline, Micro‐ and macro) • service condi0ons (mechanical, thermal, chemical, electrical, magne0c, and radia0on) • processing. The History of Civiliza4on is a Story of Materials Discovery, Inven4on and Use • From the stone age to the iron and bronze ages we characterize our command of nature by the materials we use. • Now in the era of high strength steel skyscrapers, high tech Shanghai, space travel (China), nanomaterials, biomaterials, energy materials • Materials ENABLES progress and helps solve BIG problems Structure, Processing, & Proper0es (d) 600 500
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