Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

Ioan D. Marinescu, PhD

marinescuProfessor 

Mechanical, Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering Department

Nitschke Hall 4025
Phone: (419) 530-8226
FAX: (419) 530-8206
E-mail: Ioan.Marinescu@utoledo.edu 
PRECISION MICRO-MACHINING LAB

 

 

Biography

Education

Honorary Doctorates 
  • Doctor Honorius Cause of The Technical University of Iasi-Romania, February 2001
  • Doctor Honorius Cause of Jan Evangelista Purkyne University, Usti nad Labem, May 2013
  • Honorary Professor of Vietnam International University, March 2008
  • Honorary Professor of De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines, July 2010

  • PhD  - Manufacturing Engineering, University of Galatzi, Romania, 1991
    • Thesis: The Grindability of Composite Materials in the Case of Surface Grinding with Diamond Wheels
  • MS - Mechanical Engineering, Polytechnic Institute of Bucharest, Romania, 1976.
    • Thesis:  Study of the Interactions of Machine-Tool-Part-Clamp in the Case of Surface Grinding with Diamond Wheels.
  • BS - Manufacturing Engineering/Industrial Engineering, Polytechnic Institute of Bucharest, Romania, 1974.
    • Thesis:  The Complex Study of the Elasto-Plastic Bending Phenomenon.
  • Post-Doc. - Tribology Program, MIT, 1994 (Rabinowicz, Nam Suh)
    • Courses - Design Program, MIT, 1998 (Len Albano, Nam Suh)

Additional biographical information

Research Interests

  • Manufacturing Processes,
  • Grinding,
  • Tribology,
  • Advanced Materials,
  • Machining of Brittle Materials

Publications

Google Scholar Profile

TEACHING

COURSES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO

MIME 2650 Manufacturing Processes (2006-Present) 
MIME 4980/5980 Manufacturing Entrepreneurship (2005-2006)
MIME 4060/5060, Manufacturing Engineering (1998, -2004)
MIME 6980/8980, Advanced Machining of Brittle Materials (1998, 2000)
MIME 4810/6980 Material Removal Processes (1999, 2003)
MIME 6980/8980-02 Tribology of Manufacturing Processes (1999, 2001, 2003)
 
MIME 6360/8360 Plasticity (1999)
MIME 6980-071 Advanced Manufacturing Engineering (1999, 2001, 2004)
MIME 6980-073 Advanced Materials and Manufacturing (1999, 2001)
MIME 1650 Material Science and Laboratory (2001)
MIME 6980-003 Nontraditional Machining (2000, 2002)
MIME 6980-001 Manufacturing Entrepreneurship (2004)
 

STUDENT SUPERVISION  

Currently supervising graduate student thesis research at the Ph.D. and M.S. levels in the Department of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering (Major Advisor for 30 PhD students and for 63 MS students)

INDUSTRY COURSES   

  • Superabrasives and their Application, Course for Master Chemical Co., Asian division,   June 26, 2013, Shanghai, China
  • Superabrasive Course for Thai Semiconductor Industry, Bangkok, Thailand, March 2005
  • Certification Course for Superabrasive Technologist (UT-IDA), Chairman and Instructor (1999), (UT-AES)-2002, 2004
  •  Society of Manufacturing Engineers, SME, Course Instructor Effectiveness of Ceramic Grinding, March 10, 1994, Charlotte, NC; May 25, 1994, Springfield, MA.
  • Course in Romania: Utilization of Diamonds in Industry, May 1990, Bucharest; June 1991, Brasov.
Last Updated: 6/30/19