Joseph Jay Jackson
Expertise in: Characterization & validation of all processes for aviation and power generation nickel-based superalloy & titanium components
Joseph specializes in characterization and validation of superalloy and titanium components for sectors including transportation, power generation and aviation. He has 42 years previous experience with Pratt & Whitney Aircraft and GE, developing and evaluating all nickel-based superalloy and titanium processes including casting, forging, powder metal components and all joining methods.
Joseph has a BS in Metallurgical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and an MS in Materials Science and Engineering from Cornell University.