Ihor Kunasz: Mr. Lithium and His Many Contributions to the Lithium Industry
Dr. Ihor Kunasz, an expert on lithium and brines, has traveled to mines and salt flats throughout the world during his career. Hear him talk about the...
Enrique Lavernia: The Super Dean with a Passion for Research
Enrique Lavernia has had an incredible research career, with hundreds of publications as department chair and dean, he attributes his success to an amazing,...
Raymond Lowrie: A Miner, An Author, An Influencer
Leaving the Navy in 1956, Raymond Lowrie began his lifelong mining career studying at the University of Texas-El Paso and working as an underground miner with...
Plaque Reveal at Lehigh Among Campus Functions to Recognize AIME’s 150th and Celebrate Historical Ties Between the Organizations
May 16, 2021, marked the 150th anniversary of the founding of AIME, the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers in Wilkes Barre,...
Stanley Howard: The Human Perpetual Mind
In this interview, Stan takes a step back to talk about his childhood and his early difficulty with reading. This only motivated and encouraged him to learn...
Merton Flemings: A Leader of the Materials Science Movement at MIT
Beginning as a hometown tinkerer, young Merton Flemings soon became an engineer after pursuing metallurgy at MIT.
Formation of AIST - Did You Know?
AIST was established from the rich histories of ISS and AISE to form a unified organization that advances the technical efforts of iron and steel.
The Genesis and Growth of AIST
AIME's first technical committee was Iron and Steel in 1912, which later became the Iron and Steel Division in 1928.