Peter Murray Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science in Chemistry with honors, Sheffield (England) University, 1941; postgraduate, Sheffield (England) University, 1946-1949; Doctor of Philosophy in Metallurgy, British Iron and Steel Research Bursar, Sheffield, 1948.
Research chemist, Steetley Limited company, Worksop, Notts, England, 1941-1945; with, Atomic Energy Research Establishment, Harwell, England, 1949-1967; head division metallurgy, Atomic Energy Research Establishment, 1960-1964; assistant director, Atomic Energy Research Establishment, 1964-1967; technical director, manager fuels and materials, advanced reactors division, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Madison, Pennsylvania, 1967-1974; director research, Westinghouse Electric Europe (S.A.), Brussels, 1974-1975; chief scientist advanced power systems divisions, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Madison, Pennsylvania, 1975-1981; director nuclear programs, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Washington, 1981-1992; senior consultant, Nuclear Programs, since 1992. Member divisional review committees Argonne National Laboratory, 1968-1973. Mellor Memorial lecturer Institute Ceramics, 1963.
Fellow Royal Institute Chemistry (Newton Chambers Research prize 1954), Institute Ceramics, American Nuclear Society. Member British Ceramics Society (president 1965), American Ceramic Society, National Academy Engineering.
Married Frances Josephine Glaisher, September 8, 1947 (deceased 2007). Children: Jane, Paul, Alexander.