Ehab Samuel, PhD
National Research Council of Canada
Ehab Samuel studied metallurgical engineering at McGill University where he earned a PhD for a project on the Superplasticity of Coarse-Grained Al-Mg Alloys. After working as a researcher at the Université de Québec a Chicoutimi, he joined NRC’s Aluminium Technology Center in 2010, as a metallurgist, to carry out R&D on semi-solid casting for the automotive industry. Since then, Ehab has gone on to support the hot stamping of aluminum sheet alloys, the mechanical behavior of aluminum MMCs for the nuclear industry, as well as how to use machine learning to correlate local microstructure to mechanical properties of cast alloys, among other endeavors. As of 2021, Ehab is spearheading the installation of leading-edge additive manufacturing technology at NRC’s new Brookside facility in Manitoba, Canada.
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