General Motors R&D has multiple job openings in battery cell and pack manufacturing process and system research for candidates with 1) PhD in STEM, or 2) M.S. in STEM with prior experience in battery cell & pack engineering/manufacturing. More information can be found at https://search-careers.gm.com/jobsatgm
Congratulations to CMR graduate students Ankit Gupta and Seymur Hasanov on winning the prestigious Precision Metalforming Association scholarship award!
The CMR's annual report for FY 2019-20 is available to review.
Congratulations to Michelle Davis, CMR Outreach Coordinator, on being awarded the Leighton E. Sissom Innovation and Creativity Award and to Suzanne Henry, CMR Manager, for winning the College of Engineering Outstanding Staff Award.
The Golden Eagle Additively Innovative Lecture Series is now available on YouTube.
Tennessee Tech first university in North America with Hitachi SU7000 Scanning Electron Microscope