The AMME-International laboratory is a collaborative partnership between the Advanced Thermomechanical Engineering, Analysis and Modeling Laboratory (A-TEAM), a cooperative of participating faculty at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL), USA, and the Groupe de Physique des Matιriaux (GPM) at the University of Rouen (UR) Normandy, France.
The AMME-International laboratory is focused on all that considers the advanced analysis, modeling, characterization, and engineering of materials, with particular emphasis on the study, use, and disposal of the materials and systems of the future. In this goal AMME-International focuses its work by integrating the complimentary activities of the laboratories A-TEAM and GPM.
The AMME-International has US and French Co-Directors. They are
· Mehrdad Negahban (Co-Director, US)
· Eric Dargent (Co-Director, France)
The current members of the AMME-International Laboratory at UNL are:
Mehrdad Negahban (Co-Director, US)
Mike Nastasi (Director, Nebraska Center for Energy Sciences Research)
Jeffrey Shield (Chair, Mechanical and Materials Engineering)
The current members of the AMME-International Laboratory at UR in GPM
Philippe Pareige (Head, GPM, UR) ; Interdisciplinarity : Nanoparticles and Health department
Eric Dargent (Co-Director, France); Disordered systems and Polymers department
Xavier Sauvage; Metallurgy : Ageing and Mechanic department
Francois Vurpillot; Scientific Instrumentation department
Lorenzo Rigutti; Nanosciences and Nanotechnologie department
Williams Lefebvre; Scientific Instrumentation department