Mathieu Hubert is a glass development associate at the Corning Research & Development Corporation in Corning, NY, USA.
Dr Hubert received a MSc and a PhD in Chemistry from the Univ. of Rennes 1, France, and a PhD in Materials Science and Engineering from the Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, working on chalcogenide glasses and glass-ceramics for optical applications in the infrared. He joined CelSian Glass&Solar in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, in 2013, as glass scientist / glass technologist. His activities included contract research and consulting for companies in the glass industry, and teaching parts of the CelSian-NCNG International Glass Technology Course. He joined Corning in 2016, working on the development of new glass and glass-ceramic products. He is the author or co-author of 14 peer-reviewed papers, 6 book chapters, holds 2 patents, plus 6 pending patent applications. M. Hubert is a member of the Coordinating Technical Committee of the ICG (International Commission on Glass) and a board member of the GlassTrend consortium. He received the Prix Bretagne Jeune Chercheur (Brittany Young Scientist) in 2015.
A member of ACerS Glass & Optical Materials division since 2011, Hubert has served as session chair at several meeting, lead organizer of the Symposium on Glass Technology and Manufacturing at the 2019 ICG/GOMD conference and is co-program chair for the upcoming 2021 GOMD Conference in Vancouver.
Dr. Hubert’s interests include history of science in general, glass in particular, as well as knowledge sharing and education. He is a member of the Technical Committee TC23 on education, teaches lectures on glass science and technology at the Corning Community College, and mentors students as part of ACerS PCSA mentoring program.