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educator , Metallurgical engineer

José Pedro Sancho Martínez, Spanish metallurgical engineer, educator. Achievements include patents for manganeso electrolítico from Fe-alloy wastes. Recipient Research prize, Civil Engineer Institute Spain, 2006; grant, United Nations Educational, 1974. Member of TSM.

Background

Martínez, José Pedro Sancho was born on October 14, 1944 in Oviedo, Asturias, Spain. Son of José Sancho and María Teresa Martínez.

Education

Postgraduate in Metallurgy, Huldworth School, Leeds, 1971. Doctor Minning England, High School. Minning, Oviedo, 1974.

Career

Research engineer Explosivos Rio Tinto, Bilbao, Spain, 1974—1974. Production & research engineer ENDASA, Avilés, Spain, 1974—1986. Associate professor University Oviedo, 1976—1980, professor metallurgy & materials, since 1981.

Professor metallurgy University Politécnica Madrid, 1980—1981. Technological advisor Ferroatlantica SL, Santander, Spain, since 1996. Lieutenant Engineering Spanish Army, 1970, Salamanca.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for manganeso electrolítico from Fe-alloy wastes.

Membership

Member of TSM.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, fishing.

Connections

Married María Carmen Gorostiaga. Children: José Sancho, Beatriz Sancho, Carmela Sancho, Paloma Sancho.

father:
José Sancho

mother:
María Teresa Martínez

spouse:
María Carmen Gorostiaga

child:
José Sancho Martínez

child:
Beatriz Sancho Martínez

child:
Carmela Sancho Martínez

child:
Paloma Sancho Martínez