Turkish Scientist Ali Erdemir Elected as a Member of the US National Engineering Academy

28 February 2020 Issue: Year 2020

Turkish American scientist Ali Erdemir was elected to the National Academy of Engineering NAE membership for his contributions to friction, lubrication, wear science and technology. Dr. Erdemir, Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) Researcher, Senior Scientist and Materials Program Leader for Difficult Conditions, is one of 86  new members and 18 foreign members to be officially launched at the ceremony held at NAE’s annual meeting in Washington, D.C. on October 6, 2019.

Erdemir is one of the new members of 86 members and 18 foreigner members to be established in official ceremony of NAE to be held in Washington D.C on the 6th of October 2019. Academy members honors those who make significant contributions and  innovations in engineering research, implementation and training. Erdemir, who has gained recognition internationally in materials science, mechanical engineering, surface engineering and tribology, nanostructured and composite materials, physical and chemical vapor deposition, superfluidity, surface science and engineering, diamond and diamond-like carbon  films, engine tribology, low-dimensional materials and related disciplines, has more than 300 articles published, 6 R&D (R&D 100) awards and 23 US patents.