Materials Engineer Training and Career

Materials engineers develop processes to create materials used in a variety of products. They work with materials such as plastics and metals depending on product specifications. Materials engineers with advanced positions typically have a master's degree. Materials engineers typically specialize in metals, plastics or ceramics. They may develop composite materials, or study the atomic structure of materials in order to discover new applications for their mechanical, electrical or chemical properties. Materials engineers design and create new materials and the processing technology to produce those materials. Job duties include analyzing materials and data, conducting tests, troubleshooting, monitoring performance, insuring quality control and creating documentation.

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