Albert Manero wins Fulbright Fellowship to conduct doctoral research at DLR in Cologne, Germany
We are excited to announce that lab member Jose Mayi-Rivas presented his work as an invited speaker at the virtual MS&T 2020 conference, held earlier this month. In this study, a novel modeling method that enables fast predictions on residual stresses which depend on additive manufacturing parameters was showcased. The potential benefits of this modeling suite are tremendous as they would allow optimization of manufacturing processes, providing significant means for the improvement of mechanical designs of additively manufactured components. The talk was given in the symposium: Additive Manufacturing Modeling and Simulation: AM Materials, Processes, and Mechanics — Additive Manufacturing Modeling and Simulation – Residual Stress, Fatigue Property, and Thermal Property. Aside from his research in our lab, Jose is a Design and Analysis Engineer at NASA at Kennedy Space Center. Jose benefits from this industry viewpoint to further develop attractive modeling solutions in this research that can satisfy current and future industry challenges in this field.