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Mike Haselkorn

Deputy Node Lead, Remanufacturing & End-of-Life Reuse

Dr. Haselkorn is the Deputy Lead for the Remanufacturing & End-of-Life (EOL) Reuse Node of the REMADE Institute. Dr. Haselkorn serves as vital asset to Node Lead Dr. Mike Thurston, assisting in direction and execution of research roadmaps, industry interface, and technology scale-up development. Dr. Haselkorn’s career includes significant experience in both industry and research in material evaluation, product design, and production technology development for complex materials, where his work has led to more than 35 US patents. Dr. Haselkorn is currently a Research Faculty Member and Director of the Materials Science & Engineering Laboratory at the Golisano Institute for Sustainability. Prior to his work in research, Dr. Haselkorn also served as a Senior Project Engineer for remanufacturing at Caterpillar, Inc., where he developed expertise in remanufacturing process development and implementation.

Dr. Haselkorn holds a BS (Alfred University), MS, and PhD (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign) all in Ceramic Engineering.