Joseph Jay Jackson
Expertise in: Characterization and validation of all processes for aviation and power generation nickel-based superalloy and 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.