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Mark Miodownik

Professor of Materials & Society and the Director of Institute of Making at University College London

Areas of expertise

  • Materials Science & Engineering
  • Multidisciplinary Materials Research linking the Arts to the Engineering
  • Materials Education and Public Engagement

Major works

Stuff Matters: Exploring the Marvellous Materials that Shape our Man-Made World, M Miodownik.
Computational Materials Engineering, Jansens, K., Raabe, D., Nestler B., Kosezchnik, E., Miodownik M. A.

About Me

Mark Miodownik is the Professor of Materials & Society and the Director of Institute of Making at University College London where he teaches and runs a research group. He received his Ph.D in turbine jet engine alloys from Oxford University in 1996 and since then has published more than 100 research papers. His current research interests are smart materials, innovative manufacturing, and sensoaesthetic materials. Prof. Miodownik regularly presents BBC TV programmes on engineering, and he is the author of Stuff Matters which won the Royal Society Winton Prize. In 2014, he was elected a fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering.

TenarisUniversity developed this course in alliance with steeluniversity, an initiative of the World Steel Association, an industry university delivering education and training to current and future employees of steel companies and related businesses as well as Ternium, a leading Latin American company that manufactures and processes a broad range of steel products, with the most advanced technology.

Courses and Programs taught by Mark Miodownik

TenarisUniversity

Introduction to Steel

1 course