Introducing:

Dr. R. Craig Jerner

J.E.I. Metallurgical, Inc.

7703 Queens Ferry
Dallas TX, 75248
US

Short Description:

Ph.D., PE 35 years experience as metallurgical engineering consultant, product failure analysis, expert witness with over 225 depositions and 65 court appearances.

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Ph.D., PE

EDUCATION

Ph.D., Metallurgy, 1965 University of Denver
Denver, Colorado

M.S., Metallurgical Engineering, 1962 Washington University
St. Louis, Missouri

B.S., Metallurgical Engineering, 1961 Washington University
St. Louis, Missouri


CURRENT RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

Failure analysis of metallurgical, metallurgical engineering and mechanical engineering systems based on metallurgical evidence, analysis and synthesis. Failure analysis of polymeric/non-metallic materials. Environmental effects related to material degradation, corrosion and failure of metals and nonmetallic materials. Transmission and scanning electron microscopy as applied to microfractography, surface chemical analysis, crack life prediction and material characterization. Material evaluation, selection and improvement as applied to industrial processes and consumer products.


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

J.E.I. Metallurgical, Inc.
Dallas, Texas
President
June 1990 to Present

Engineering, Inc.
Norman, Oklahoma
President
Jan. 1988 to Dec 1995

University of Kansas
Lawrence, Kansas
Adjunct Professor, College of Engineering
Dec. 1987 to Dec. 1991

Engineering and Materials Technology
Corp (EMTEC Corp)
Norman, Oklahoma
Senior Professional Staff Member

Apr. 1987 to Dec. 1987
Engineering and Materials Technology
Corp (EMTEC Corp)
Norman, Oklahoma
President and Senior Professional Staff Member
Jan. 1979 to Mar. 1987

United States Dept. of Transportation
Transportation Safety Institute
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Associate staff member/modal instructor for
motor carrier, railroad, hazardous materials,
aircraft and marine accident investigation.
1973 to 1978

S.W. Metallurgical Consultants, Inc.
Norman, Oklahoma
President and Senior Professional Staff Member
1973 to 1979

University of Oklahoma
Norman, Oklahoma
Assistant Dean of Graduate College
1971 to 1972

University of Oklahoma
Norman, Oklahoma
College of Engineering

Adjunct Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science (1976 to 1978)

Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science (1969 to 1976) - Tenured

Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science (1965 to 1969) - Tenured
1965 to 1978



HONORS/HONORARY

Sigma Xi (Scientific)
Alpha Sigma Mu (Metallurgical)
Listed in "Whos Who in Engineering"
Listed in "The Best Lawyers in America - Directory of Experts"
Std. Oil of Ind. Award for Excellence in Undergrad. Instruction (O.U.)



PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS

Professional:
American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers;
Chairman of Oklahoma Section 1970 and 1975
ASM International (formerly the American Society for Metals)
Chairman of Central Oklahoma Chapter, 1970 and 1975
Oklahoma Society for Professional Engineers
Texas Society for Professional Engineers
National Society of Professional Engineers
National Association of Corrosion Engineers
Society of Manufacturing Engineers
American Society for Testing and Materials
American Welding Society


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Registered Professional Engineer (Texas and Oklahoma)

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