Joshua E. Jackson: About the Author

Joshua E. Jackson Dr. Joshua Jackson is the CEO of Generation 2 Materials Technology LLC (G2MT), a leader in the development of nondestructive materials characterization technologies, and G2MT Labs, the fastest-growing metallurgical services company in the US. He received his PhD and M.S. in Metallurgical Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines and bachelors in both Mathematics and Physics from MIT. He is guiding the growth of G2MT as a leading developer of next-generation nondestructive materials characterization technologies that are changing the way materials are made, used, maintained, and understood. Dr. Jackson's research focus areas include corrosion, nondestructive testing, high-temperature materials, and failure analysis.

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