Principal Investigator

Craig A Brice
Organization: 
NASA Langley Research Center
Co-investigators / Team Members: 
Ken Cooper, Marshall Space Flight Center
Ted Anderson, Marshall Space Flight Center
Frank Medina, University of Texas El Paso
Bio: 

Experience and Education
Craig Brice is currently a materials research engineer within the Advanced Materials and Processing Branch at NASA Langley Research Center. From 1999 to 2010, Brice led the metallic material research and development activities within the Materials and Manufacturing Exploration Laboratory at the Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company. He was responsible for managing multiple concurrent projects, both internally and externally funded, with a total annual budget between $500K and $2.5M. Craig Brice worked to develop novel advanced manufacturing techniques and create unique alloy configurations with targeted properties. He was the technical team lead for electron beam additive manufacturing implementation project for the F-35 Program where he developed the technical transition plan for a supplier base for additive manufacturing and assisted in the development of coupon allowable design values. Brice has a B.S. degree in Metallurgical Engineering from Missouri University of Science & Technology and a M.S. degree in Materials Science & Engineering from Ohio State University. Has been awarded six patents and has multiple patents pending.

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