||Marwan Kamal Khraisheh
Secat-James G. Morris Aluminum Professor
Director of Undergraduate Studies
Department of Mechanical Engineering and UK Center for Manufacturing
University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 40506
1996 Ph.D.: Mechanical Engineering Washington State University.
1992 MS: Mechanical Engineering Washington State University.
1990 B.Sc.: Mechanical Engineering University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan.
SELECTED HONORS & AWARDS
• 2006-2011 Secat-James G. Morris Aluminum Professorship (Endowed Professorship)
• 2004-2005 Henry Mason Lutes Award for Excellence in Education, College of Engineering, University of Kentucky.
• 2004-2005 ASME Outstanding Teacher Award, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kentucky.
• 2004 M. Eugene Merchant Outstanding Young Manufacturing Engineer Award, Society of Manufacturing Engineers
• 2003-2008 NSF CAREER Award
• 2003 NAMRI/SME Outstanding Paper Award.
• Keynote Speaker, Eighth European Scientific Association for Material Forming Conference, Cluj Napoca, Romania, April 28, 2005
• Keynote Speaker, First International Conference on Applications of Materials in Harsh Environments, American University of Sharjah, UAE, January 21, 2004.
• Khraisheh M. K., Abu-Farha F., Nazzal M. and Weinmann K., “Combined Mechanics-Materials Based Optimization of Superplastic Forming of Magnesium AZ31 Alloy”, Annals of CIRP, Accepted, To Appear in Volume 55, 2006.
• Darras B., Omar M. and Khraisheh M. K., “ Experimental Thermal Analysis of Friction Stir Processing”, Materials Science Forum, Accepted, In Press.
• Abu-Farha F. and Khraisheh M. K., “Mechanical Characteristics of Superplastic Deformation of AZ31 Magnesium Alloy”, ASM Journal of Engineering Materials and Performance, Accepted, In Press.
• Nazzal M. A. and Khraisheh M. K., “The Effects of Stress State and Cavitation on Deformation Stability during Superplastic Forming”, ASM Journal of Engineering Materials and Performance, Accepted, In Press.
• Gupta G., Zbib A., El-Ghannam A., Khraisheh M. K. and Zbib, H., “Characterization of a novel bioactive composite using advanced X-Ray computed tomography”, Composite Structures, Volume 71, pp 423-428, 2005.
• Abu-Dheir N., Khraisheh M. K., Saito K. and Male A, “Towards Designing and Controlling the Microstructure and Properties of Aluminum Alloy Castings Using Mold Vibration”, Transactions of the North American Manufacturing Research Institute (NAMRI/SME), Volume 33, pp 311-317, 2005.
• Abu-Farha F. and Khraisheh M. K., “Modeling of Anisotropic Deformation in Superplastic Sheet Metal Stretching”, ASME Journal of Engineering Materials and Technology, Vol.127 (1) pp 159-164, 2005.
• Abu-Dheir N., Khraisheh M. K., Saito K. and Male A., “Silicon Morphology Modification in the Eutectic Al-Si Alloy Using Mechanical Mold Vibration”, Materials Science and Engineering A, Vol. 393, pp 109-117, 2005.
• Member, ASME Committee on Constitutive Equations (1999 – Present) (AMD-MD joint committee)
• Member, ASM Committee on Superplasticity and Superplastic Forming (2001 – Present).
• Member, TMS Committee on Mechanical Behavior of Materials (2003-present)
• NSF Proposal Review Panel Member, DMI, April 2003 and CMS, January 2002.
• Technical Reviewer for Journal of Materials Science (2004-present), International Journal of Plasticity (2002-present), Metallurgical Transactions (2002-present), American Welding Society, Welding Journal (2001-present), ASME Journal of Engineering Material and Technology (1997-present), Arabian Journal of Science and Engineering (1997-present).
NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION
University of California - Berkeley, Washington State University, Florida State University, University of London, American University of Sharjah, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals
Oak Ridge National Lab, Pacific Northwest National Lab
Boeing, GM, Secat Inc., Heraeus Inc., Caterpillar Inc. (USA), FormTech (Germany).
• American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).
• Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME)
• American Society of Metals (ASM International)
• The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society,(TMS)
• The mobility society, SAE
• Delta Omicron Kappa Leadership Honor Society
• Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society.
• Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society.
GRADUATE STUDENTS ADVISING
1 PhD student
5 M.S. students
5 PhD students
2 M.S. students