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Materials scientist

Jean-Marie Dubois, French materials scientist. Recipient Aluminum-Pechiney award Academy of Sciences, 1986, Materials Science prize International Business Machines Corporation, 1987; research grantee Royal Society, 1982; fellow Churchill College, 1982-1983. Member French Metallurgical Society, French Physical Society, American Crystallographic Association.

Background

Dubois, Jean-Marie was born on July 14, 1950 in Nancy, France. Son of Charles and Marie (Jung) Dubois.

Education

Graduate ingenieur, Institute des Sciences de l'Ingenieur, Nancy, 1972; Doctor of Science in Physics, Institute National Polytechnic Lorraine, Nancy, 1981.

Career

Physico-chemist, Center National Scientific Research, Paris, 1977-1981, 84-85; director research, Center National Scientific Research, Paris, since 1985; invited physicist, Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge, England, 1982-1983. Research professor Institute National Polytechnic, Nancy, since 1984. Consultant Pechiney Research and Development Management, Paris, since 1990.

Science counsellor Society Nouvelle Metallisation Industries, Avignon, France, since 1990.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-editor: Quasicrystalline Materials, 1988. Contributor 150 articles to professional journals. Patentee on applications of quasicrystalline alloys.

Membership

Member French Metallurgical Society, French Physical Society, American Crystallographic Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: climbing, caving.

Connections

Married Joelle Pollet, June 22, 1974. Children: Véronique, Philippe.

father:
Charles Dubois

mother:
Marie (Jung) Dubois

spouse:
Joelle Pollet

children:
Philippe Dubois

Véronique Dubois