Center for Manufacturing Research

Additively Innovative Lecture Series

Join us remotely or in the iMakerSpace in the Volpe Library on Tennessee Tech's campus for short talks on Additive Manufacturing by experts in the field.  These lectures highlight the best practices, potential problems, technological advancements, innovations, and scientific contributions in Additive Manufacturing with expert talks from various institutions, industries, R&D centers and laboratories.  

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Fall 2018 Schedule

All lectures are 11:00 - 11:30 am, Central Time

Thursday, September 13  "Integrating Additive Manufacturing into CAD Courses", Tom Singer, Sinclair Community College, Dayton Ohio

Thursday, October 11  "Where's my Spare Part? Changing Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul through Additive Manufacturing", Brett P. Conner, Youngstown State University, Ohio

Thursday, October 25   "Design for Additive Manufacturing: The Key to the Industrial Adoption of Additive Manufacturing", Olaf Diegel, Lund University, Sweden

Thursday, November 15  "Functionally Graded Additive Manufacturing", Eujin Pei, Brunel Univeristy London, United Kingdom

Thursday, November 29, "How to Integrate Additive Manufacturing in Your Production", Benjamin Denayer, The Collective Center for the Belgian Technology Industry, Heverlee, Belgium.

The Golden Eagle Additively Innovative Virtual Lecture Series is partially funded by the NSF Award 1601587 "AM-WATCH: Additive Manufacturing-Workforce Advancement Training Coalition and Hub". For more information contact Ismail Fidan, Ph.D., Professor, Innovation and Techno-Entrepreneurship Faculty Fellow, Manufacturing and Engineering Technology, Tennessee Tech University.