Ryan Wojes

Highlights

  • Worked at a startup materials design company before beginning his career in heavy manufacturing
  • Worked as a Metallurgical Engineer for ArcelorMittal USA, transforming scrap metal into useful steel products
  • Author of a subnanoscale study of the nucleation, growth, and coarsening kinetics for the International Journal of Materials Research in 2008
  • Author of a subnanoscale study of the nucleation, growth, and coarsening kinetics for the International Journal of Materials Research in 2008

Experience

Ryan Wojes is a former writer for The Balance covering investing, commodities, and metals. 

He serves as Superintendent of Heat Treating at Union Electrical Steel in Pennsylvania. He previously served as Superintendent of Quality Assurance and Process Engineering at Union Electric Akers and as Senior Metallurgical Engineer at EVRAZ North America in Portland, Oregon.

He wrote a subnanoscale study of the nucleation, growth, and coarsening kinetics of Cu-rich precipitates in a multicomponent Fe-Cu based steel for the International Journal of Materials Research in 2008. He also won first place for his undergraduate research at the AISTech 2007 Project Presentation Contest.