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|Born||21 June 1863
|Died||26 January 1939 (aged 75)|
|Awards||Elliott Cresson Medal (1913)
Franklin Medal (1939)
Albert Sauveur (21 June 1863 – 26 January 1939) was an American Metallurgist, originally from Belgium.
Sauveur founded the first metallographic laboratory in a university. From 1924 to 1939, he held the Gordon McKay Professor of Mining and Metallurgy title at Harvard University. From 1939 on, ASM International started bestowing the Albert Sauveur Achievement Award, for achievements in materials science and engineering.
- Metallography and Heat Treatment of Iron and Steel (1912)
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