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Steve Irwin


Dr. Owen Draper


Mr. Mathew Marsh Changes at the EICF Board of Directors F


ollowing the last meeting of the EICF Board of Directors held online last 14 of October, there


were put forward some resignations leading to new appointments. In this sense Mr. Steve Irwin representing Rolls-Royce, presented his resignation due to his retirement from the company and to be replaced by Dr. Owen Draper. Dr. Owen Draper is a graduate of the University of Birmingham, where he completed a PhD on investment casting core materials. He has over 20 years experience of working within


foundries at Rolls-Royce where he specializes in Nickel superalloy single crystal investment casting. He has a background in technology development in both processes and for new parts. Most recently, Owen was the technical manager for a research foundry for the University of Birmingham and Rolls- Royce. The EICF Board expressed


its recognition to the significant contribution of Mr. Steve Irwin to the EICF as a Board member for over 10 years and as Chairman of the Board


in the period 2016-2018, whilst welcoming Dr. Draper into the Board team.


Additionally, Mr. Mathew Marsh, a long standing EICF Board serving member presented his resignation as a Liberty Steels representative, was also elected by the Board representing the company ICD Europe. The Board expressed unanimously its satisfaction for this continuity.


Both appointments will have to be


ratified by the General assembly of the EICF AISBL next year 2021.


December 2020 ❘ 13 ®


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