The College of Engineering at Tennessee Tech is organizing its eleventh Golden Eagle Additively Innovative Lecture Series for Spring 2021. Professors and speakers from around the world join Dr. Ismail Fidan and his team to share what they are learning about 3D printing in the real world.
The web-based presentations are shared via the free Zoom platform. On the dates listed, simply visit this Zoom URL ( here it is in plain text should the link not work correctly: tntech.zoom.us/j/432789883 ) at 11am Central Standard Time and you can listen in to the 30-minute lecture/discussion. Mark your calendars for one or all of these excellent presentations.
Thursday, February 18
3D Printing Product Development Decisions
Presented by Jennifer Loy, Ph.D., Professor of Additive Manufacturing, School of Engineering Deakin University, Australia
Thursday, March 11
The Current State of Design for AM Education
Presented by Patrick Pradel, Ph.D., Lecturer in Product Industrial User-Centerd Design Loughborough University, United Kingdom
Thursday, April 1
The Challenges of Additive Manufacturing in Medical Devices
Presented by Gaffar Gailani, Ph.D., Professor and Director of the Center of Medical Devices and Additive Manufacturing, New York City College of Technology of the City University of New York
Thursday, April 22
Fatigue Behavior of Additively Manufactured Steel
Presented by Antti Jarvenpaa, Ph.D., Research Director of Future Manufacturing Technologies University of Oulu, Finland
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.