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Dr. Alan D. Freed currently holds the Clifford H. Spicer Endowed Chair in Engineering in the College of Science, Engineering & Technology at Saginaw Valley State University in University Center, Michigan, a position he has held since its inception in 2007. Prior to that, Dr. Freed was a senior research engineer at NASA’s John H. Glenn Research Center at Lewis Field in Cleveland, Ohio, where he was stationed for twenty-two years. During his tenure at NASA he held positions in the Fatigue & Fracture Branch, the Computational Materials Laboratory of the Processing Science and Technology Branch, the Polymers Branch and the Bio Science & Technology Branch. He was awarded NASA’s Medal for Exceptional Service in 2004 “For outstanding contributions to engineering mechanics and materials science through the development of innovative, robust, and efficient mathematical models for viscoplastic and viscoelastic material response.” He began his professional career in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of New Hampshire in Durham. Dr. Freed graduated from the Department of Engineering Mechanics at the University of Wisconsin—Madison in January, 1985 under the supervision of Profs. Bela I. Sandor, Arthur S. Lodge and Millard W. Johnson, Jr. Dr. Freed was the Materials Division Chair of ASME in 1995. He has authored numerous papers in a variety of technical fields over his career.
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