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Max A. Peltz is an engineering technician in the Inorganic Materials Group of the Materials and Structural Systems Division (MSSD) of the Engineering Laboratory (EL) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Mr. Peltz joined the Inorganic Materials Group in 2004. Since then, Mr. Peltz has specialized in working on particle surface and size analysis of cements and other materials. Mr. Peltz is part of the development of the new SRM for cement. Prior to joining the Inorganic Materials Group, Mr. Peltz worked in the Structures Group of the Materials and Construction Research Division for 14 years. During his time, Mr. Peltz worked on projects dealing with building construction in seismic zones. Projects included beam column joints, fiber reinforced walls, partially grout filled block walls, and clay tile walls.
Mr. Peltz was twice detailed to serve as a Selection Evaluation Board Administrator with the Advanced Technology Program. He served as Administrator on the Chemistry, Biotechnology, and Information Technology Boards.
Before coming to the Structures Division in 1990, Mr. Peltz was a Technician with the Automated Manufacturing Research Facility at NIST, where Mr. Peltz worked in the material handling area with robotic carts and an automated storage and retrieval system.
Materials and Structural Systems Division
Inorganic Materials Group
University of Maryland University College, B.S., Accounting and Business Management, 2003
Montgomery College, Certificate in Accounting, 1999
Montgomery College, A.A., Computer Technology, 1981
Montgomery College, A.A., Electronic Technology, 1980