Deringer-Ney is fortunate to have so many bright minds on staff helping customers solve their material design issues. If you have a question about a material you are working with or what material would be best for your application, fill out the form. One of our talented material scientists will help you resolve your material-specific question.
Pat received his doctorate in Materials Science and Engineering from Michigan Technological University. His strengths lie in precious metal alloy design, electrical contacts, and biomaterials.
Grant received dual degrees in Materials Science and Engineering and Mechanical Engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology. His strengths include alloy design, powder metallurgy, and process design.
Wade received his doctorate in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Virginia. His interests lie in phase transformations and hierarchical alloy design.
Megan received her doctorate in Chemistry from the University of Connecticut. Her strengths lie in compositional analysis, electrochemistry, and biomaterials.