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Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Technology
Information Analysis Center (AMMTIAC)

AMMTIAC is one of thirteen Information Analysis Centers (lACs), sponsored by the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) and operated under the watchful eye of the office of the Secretary of Defense.

AMMTIAC serves as a government and industry focal point for data and information relating to advanced materials and processes. AMMTIAC preserves the DoD investment of nearly a half century of materials research, concentrating on five functional areas. These include:

• Metals, Alloys, and Metal Matrix Composites
• Organic Structural Materials and Organic Matrix Composites
• Ceramics and Ceramic Matrix Composites
• Electronic, Optical, and Photonic Materials
• Environmental Protection and Special Function Materials

AMMTIAC services government and industry in three ways:

Technology advancements generate immense amounts of archived information and finding what you need can be a daunting task, especially materials property data. AMMTIAC will locate, collect, archive, sort, and analyze data; relieving researchers, designers, and engineers of this burden. The AMMTIAC technical library contains nearly 220,000 technical reports and books, spanning the entire spectrum of engineering materials.

Beyond research, AMMTIAC also leverages its vast technical archives, using them to develop specific products and
services for assisting researchers, engineers, and program managers to effectively meet their mission requirements.

AMMTIAC has a network of experts to help meet select advanced materials and process technology needs. This network, known as the Advanced Materials and Processes Network of Expertise and Technology (AMPNET), augments AMMTIAC core capabilities. Our AMPNET partners include the University of Delaware's Center for Composite Materials, Drexel University's Fibrous Materials Research Center, Clarkson University's Center for Advanced Materials Processing, and the Illinois Institute of Technology's Metallurgical & Materials Engineering Department. This pool of specialized experts is only a phone call away and immediately available to solve problems on a cost recovery basis.


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