Wedding bells heard for AMRC research associate

06 July 2016

Warmest congratulations are extended from everyone at the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Centre (AMRC) with Boeing to Sabino Ayvar-Soberanis and his new wife Grazina Pavtel, who were married on Saturday 2 July 2016 at St Joseph's Catholic Church in Handsworth, Sheffield.

Sabino moved from Acapulco, Mexico to the UK in 2004 to pursue a PhD in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Sheffield.

He has been working at the AMRC since 2009. He is a research associate and technical lead for the AMRC Machining Group, leading world class research within the fields of process modelling and residual stress measurement.

Best wishes for your new future together.

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