Craig Stringer, PhD
Director, Innovation and Technology
Dr. Craig Stringer received his BS and PhD from the Pennsylvania State University where he studied structure-property relationships of ferroelectric relaxor materials. He then joined the General Electric Global Research team where he worked on battery and sensor technologies for the transportation, energy, and power generation businesses. Following his industry experience, Dr. Stringer joined the faculty of the Pennsylvania State University as an instructor/adjunct faculty member teaching in the engineering and materials curriculum. Since that time, Dr. Stringer has been a senior metallurgist and now Director of Innovation and Technology for Atlas Pressed Metals developing new alloy and process systems within powder metallurgy (PM) manufacturing to serve the automotive, appliance, recreation, industrial, medical and other PM supported industries.
Dr. Stringer participates in the Metal Powders Industry Federation (MPIF) standards committee, program committee for the International Conference of Powder Metallurgy, and the Center for Powder Metal Technologies (CPMT). Dr. Stringer has authored numerous papers, conference proceedings and presentations on topics related to powder metallurgy.
Get to Know Craig:
Craig's favorite past times are backpacking and bicycle racing, and most importantly acting as a Dad mad scientist with his kids exploring desktop manufacturing, 3D printing and creating unique freeze dried foods
125 Tom Mix Dr.
P.O. Box P
DuBois, PA 15801
"I have been working with Atlas Pressed Metals for about a year but find them very responsive to any issues (which are very infrequent). Their Quality and Production teams resolve issues and answer questions very quickly. I would rank their experience/technical expertise and product quality as very high! Our company has been happy with Atlas as a whole and would recommend them for PM!.”