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Professor Alfred Campion (1873- )
1922 Prof., F.I.C., F.C.S., Metallurgist and Research Engr.; Supt. Foundry Tech. Inst., Falkirk. b. 1873; s. of Alfred Campion. Ed. Various London Schs. Training: Finsbury Technical College Distinctions: Iron and Steel Inst., Carnegie Sch., 1902; and Gold Medallist, 1903. Asst. to Prof. H. Macleod, 4 years; Chief Metallurgist Steel Co., Scotland, 4 years; Principal Asst. Chemist and Metallurgist to Indian Government at Cooper's Hill 4/ years; Cons. practice, 3 years; Prof. of Metallurgy Roy. Tech. College, Glasgow, 9 years; present position since June, 1918; made a special study of heat treatment and testing of steel, and metallography; has devoted a large amount of attention to cast iron and foundry practice, at present principally engaged in Ironfounding Research. Papers on "Heat Treatment and Properties of Steel, Iron, etc.; on autogenots welding and properties of Iron Ferrous-Alloys at High Temperature," before various socs. Club: Scottish Constitutional, Glasgow. Address: 3, Strathview Gardens, Bearsden, by Glasgow.