Alumni 1983-1989

Links to thesis documents are included where available.

1983 | 1984 | 1985 | 1986 | 1987 | 1988 | 1989

1983

John Victor Busch
Materials Science & Engineering, S.M.
Primary fabrication methods and costs in polymer processing for automotive applications
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Dhananjay Gopal Wadekar
Materials Science & Engineering, S.M.
An analysis of the demand for ferrous castings and forgings in the United States

1984

1985

Frank Remsen Field, III
Materials Science & Engineering, Ph.D.
Application of multi-attribute utility analysis to problems in materials selection
D-Space MIT Archive

Barbara Poggiali
Materials Science & Engineering, M.S.
Production cost modeling : a spreadsheet methodology
D-Space MIT Archive

Elaine Paula Rothman
Materials Science & Engineering, Ph.D.
Advanced structural ceramics : technical/economic process modeling of production and a demand analysis for cutting tools and turbochargers

Julie Mae Schoenung
Materials Science & Engineering, S.M.
The impact of technology on germanium and gallium demand : a model and a forecast

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1986

Isabelle Goss
Materials Science & Engineering, S.M.
Production functions and cost models for fibers in advanced composite materials
D-Space MIT Archive

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1987

John Victor Busch
Materials Science & Engineering, Ph.D.
Technical cost modeling of plastics fabrication processes
D-Space MIT Archive

Jeffrey E. Jacob
Materials Science & Engineering, S.M.
Techno-economic assessment of metal matrix composite piston processing

Maurice S. Karpman
Materials Science & Engineering, S.M.
Materials and markets for hybrid circuit substrates

Yongun Lee
Materials Science & Engineering, S.M.
Cost modeling of alternative automobile assembly technologies : a comparative analysis
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Barbara Poggiali
Materials Science & Engineering, Ph.D.
Plastics and composites in automobiles : a technoeconomic assessment of causes and effects of innovation
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Julie Mae Schoenung
Materials Science & Engineering, Ph.D.
An engineering and economic assessment of the potential for ceramics in automotive engines

Deborah Lee Thurston
Civil & Environmental Engineering, Ph.D.
Multiattribute utility analysis of materials selection decisions
D-Space MIT Archive

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1988

Lydia Bock
Materials Science & Engineering, Ph.D.
Material-process selection--a computerized methodology

Oliver de Botton
Mechanical Engineering, S.M.
An economic and engineering assessment of plasma-sprayed ceramic coatings

Young Chui Han
Materials Science & Engineering, Ph.D.
Economic analysis of powder metallurgy markets and processes

Barbara Ann Masi
Materials Science & Engineering, S.M.
Fabrication methods and costs for thermoset and thermoplastic composite processing for aerospace applications
D-Space MIT Archive

Joonchul Park
Materials Science & Engineering, Ph.D.
The future of steel in the automotive industry : a case study of doors

Simon Jeremy Stokes
Materials Science & Engineering, Ph.D.
High temperature superconductivity : federal policies towards the commercialization of a new technology

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1989

Scott A. Arnold
Materials Science & Engineering, Ph.D.
Economic modelling of multi-sequential manufacturing processes : a case study analysis of the automobile door
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Jeffrey Rix Dieffenbach
Materials Science & Engineering, S.M.
Growth prospects of gallium arsenide semiconductor materials for integrated circuit applications

Nicolas Jorge Hendrichs
Materials Science & Engineering, S.M.
Steel-plastic substitutions in automotive structural applications

Scott Anthony Sikorsky
Materials Science & Engineering, S.M.
Materials selection in high-end electronic packaging

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