Additive Manufacturing

Previously, the standard of manufacturing was the process of etching away at raw material. This process leaves waste and excess cost in the manufacturing process. Additive manufacturing is the act of creating something, (hence "additive") by using 3-D printing methods. The result is often efficient with stronger parts and systems with more customizable options.

Whenever you have something that is so novel, there are a lot of skeptics from the academic community.

Francesco Simonetti -Professor, Aerospace engineering

Active Research Faculty

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Yao Fu

Assistant Professor

513-556-5438

Research Interests: Modeling microstructural evolution


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Jay Lee

Ohio Eminent Scholar and L.W. Scott Alter Chair Professor in Advanced Manufacturing

Research Interests: Intelligent maintenance systems, advanced manufacturing
Lab Website: Center for Intelligent Maintenance Systems


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Guirong Liu

Professor

513-556-3557

Research Interests: Fluid-structure interaction


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Jing Shi

Professor

513-556-2380

Research Interests: Materials manufacturing


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Francesco Simonetti

Professor

513-556-3532

Research Interests: Ultrasonic testing for damage


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Murali Sundaram

Professor

513-556-2791

Research Interests: Additive manufacturing, micromachining
Lab Website: Micro and Nano Manufacturing Laboratory


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