The Centre for Metallurgical Process Engineering at UBC is an internationally recognized interdisciplinary research centre focused on the development of advanced metallurgical processes and products. The breadth of the research within the centre spans from hydrometallurgy to microstructural design at the atomic scale.
CMPE seeks to bring together research and researchers who share a common goal to develop:
- Revolutionary metallurgical processing technologies
- Solutions for evolving current processing practices with a focus on improved efficiency and on sustainability
- New products and applications arising from advances in processing technology Given the ever increasing global nature of the metallurgical industry
CMPE seeks to be a portal for collaborative research between groups with similar mandates. Through focused workshops, symposia and short courses CMPE serves to improve collaborations worldwide.
News and Events
Matthias Militzer is one of five UBC engineering professors to be awarded an NSERC Strategic Partnership Grant
Matthias Militzer, a professor of materials engineering, will lead an inter-university team to develop a new, interface-based approach for designing advanced next-generation high-strength steels that will enable the manufacture of lightweight cars.
Openings for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Researchers
Interface properties from atomistic simulations
We are seeking postdoctoral researchers and graduate students who are interested in developing and applying new hybrid computational approaches to study the interaction of solute atoms with solid/solid interfaces.
April 26 - 27, 2016
2nd International Workshop on Laser Ultrasoncis for Metallurgy
- Processing & Characterization in-situ
- Sample preparation for metallography
- Optical Microscopy
- Electronic Microscopy
CTOME Software & Consulting Inc.
for Laser Ultrasonics Technology ... a UBC spin-off company created in 2015