Materials Scientist, EERC
- Special Core Analysis, Microscopy, Image Analysis, XRD, Mercury, Rapid Prototyping, Experimental Systems,
Blaise A.F. Mibeck is a Materials Scientist at the EERC, where he develops experimental apparatus and analytical techniques. Currently his interests include quantitative phase analysis, powder x-ray diffraction, computer-controlled scanning electron microscopy, and other material science techniques for the analysis of geological samples. His experience includes work in mercury monitoring, operation of bench-scale flue gas simulators, and developing calibration sources for mercury analysis. He participates in numerous projects where he devises test programs, adapts equipment for nonstandard applications, and develops new operating procedures. He is an associate member of Sigma Xi and holds a M.S. degree in Physics from the University of North Dakota and a B.S. degree in Physics from Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, Illinois.