Society For The Advancement of Material and Process Engineering

The Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering (SAMPE) is an international professional member society. SAMPE provides the global forum for information, education and professional fellowship for those who define the leading edge and application of materials and process development.

SAMPE bridges the gap between industry and acedemia, making progressively important developments in the industry possible. These developments directly impact the public in the way of automotive, aircraft, bio-medical, and renewable energy developments, among many others.

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... SAMPE sponsors an annual student leadership competition for student engineers ... The SAMPE Student Leader Experience Award sends eligible students to the SAMPE International Spring Symposium Exhibition to network and increase their understanding of the Materials and Processes community ...

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