Dyson appoint a Research Chair at the University of SheffieldDyson TC
Dyson Technical Ceramics are pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Ian Reaney as the Dyson Chair in Ceramics at the University of Sheffield’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering. Ian Reaney’s is a distinguished professor with many years of research leadership in the field of ceramics.
“We are delighted to be working with Professor Ian Reaney whose expertise in the crystal chemistry, synthesis, processing and microstructure of ceramics will be invaluable in establishing new business opportunities.”
Richard Taylor, Managing Director of Dyson Technical Ceramics
Professor Reaney commented on his appointment, stating: “I am very pleased to be appointed as the Dyson Chair, and see the role as facilitating strong collaboration between the University of Sheffield and Dyson Technical Ceramics, overseeing new research projects and helping to develop new business opportunities.”
Dyson are looking forward to adding to the knowledge gained over our 205+ years’ experience within the refractory and ceramics industries by collaborating with the University of Sheffield and Professor Reaney. The appointment of the Dyson Chair adds to the excellent research already carried out by Dyson’s Research and Development Laboratory (RDL), further enhancing Dyson’s reputation for innovation and commitment to bringing new refractory ceramic technologies to the market.
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