Center for e-Design partners and guests met in Charleston, SC, September 26-28. Semi-annual Industrial Advisory Board (IAB) Meetings are an opportunity for face-to-face collaborations among e-Design members. Industry members, research faculty, and students review the progress of current projects and the potential of proposed projects; discuss the performance of the Center relating to research areas, test beds, education, and technology transfer; and investigate prospective research topics to address current and future industry needs.
The University of Massachusetts is holding the grand opening of the Institute for Applied Life Sciences, Advanced Manufacturing Facilities on Friday, June 30, 2017. Learn about advanced manufacturing technologies and innovation. For more information, Click here.
The University of Buffalo (UB) is launching a “101” series of massive open online courses (MOOCs) about digital manufacturing and design. The courses rolled out in January 2017 on the Coursera platform, which houses a wide range of MOOCs created by universities. Digital manufacturing and design is the ability to connect different parts of the manufacturing lifecycle through data, and to use that information to make smarter, more efficient business decisions. For more information, Click here.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – The National Science Foundation has approved Penn State as a site for the Center for e-Design, an Industry/University Collaborative Research Center (I/UCRC). The Center for e-Design works with its members to research and advance solutions to complex problems associated with the design, production, distribution and sustainment of innovative and high quality products and systems that minimize costs and are responsive to the rapidly changing marketplace. Click here to read more.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – In response to increased industry demand for experts in the growing field of additive manufacturing, Penn State will offer residential and online master’s degrees in additive manufacturing and design (AMD) beginning in fall 2017. The residential Master of Science in Additive Manufacturing and online Master of Engineering in Additive Manufacturing are 30-credit degrees that are designed to provide the analytical and practical skills required to digitally design, develop, analyze, numerically model, optimize, fabricate and inspect new components and subassemblies using additive manufacturing technologies. For the full story, click here.