Carnegie Mellon Engineering




Additive Manufacturing Faculty

With more than 20 researchers from across disciplines, the NextManufacturing Center remains at the forefront of the additive manufacturing field by researching the interrelated processing, materials, cost, and design issues of this technology.

Affiliated faculty members are listed below.

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Jack Beuth

AM Process Mapping

Jack Beuth
Professor of Mechanical Engineering

  • Website
  • Video: Process Mapping Methods
  • Video: Process Mapping for AM
  • Video: U.S. Congressional Briefing on Additive Manufacturing: Metals AM
 
David Bourne

AM Robotics and Automation

David Bourne
Principal Systems Scientist, Robotics Institute

 
Jon Cagan

Design Optimization

Jonathan Cagan
Professor of Mechanical Engineering

 
Howie Choset

Path Planning

Howie Choset
Professor of Robotics

 
Steve Collins

Rehabilitative Devices

Steve Collins
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering

 
Kaushik Dayal

Property Modeling

Kaushik Dayal
Associate Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering

 
Gary Fedder

Nano/Electronic AM

Gary Fedder
Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering and Robotics

 
Adam Feinberg

Bioprinting

Adam Feinberg
Associate Professor of Materials Science & Engineering and Biomedical Engineering

  • Website
  • Video: “Patterning on Topography”
  • Video: “3-D Printing of the Heart and Arteries”
  • Video: Adam Feinberg Demonstrates 3-D Bioprinting Process
  • Video: “U.S. Congressional Briefing on Additive Manufacturing: 3-D Bioprinting”
 
Erica Fuchs

Technology Commercialization Modeling, Global Manufacturing, and Policy

Erica Fuchs
Associate Professor of Engineering & Public Policy

  • Website
  • Video: “Manufacturing Location and Innovation”
 
Fred Higgs

Powder Spreading

Fred Higgs
Professor of Mechanical Engineering

 
Liz Holm

Machine Vision of Microstructures

Liz Holm
Professor of Materials Science & Engineering

  • Website
  • Video: The Computer Vision Approach to 3-D Printing
  • Video: Automatically Evaluating Microstructures
 
L. Burak Kara

Design Tools and Methods

L. Burak Kara
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering

  • Website
  • Video: “Generating 3-D Models Using Simple Interaction Techniques”
 
Philip LeDuc

Biomanufacturing

Philip LeDuc
Professor of Mechanical Engineering

 
Jon Malen

Phase Change of Thermal Storage Devices

Jon Malen
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Engineering & Public Policy

 
Jennifer Mankoff

Model and Printing Process and Usability

Jennifer Mankoff
Associate Professor, Human-Computer Interaction Institute

 
Granger Morgan

Regulation and Public Policy

Granger Morgan
Professor of Engineering & Public Policy, Electrical & Computer Engineering, and Heinz College

 
 Burak Ozdoganlar

Micro/Metrology

Burak Ozdoganlar
Professor of Mechanical Engineering

 
Chris Pistorius

Solidification

Chris Pistorius
Professor of Materials Science & Engineering

  • Website
  • Video: “Metals Production: Iron & Steelmaking”
 
Anthony Rollett

Microstructure and Powders

Anthony Rollett
Professor of Materials Science & Engineering

  • Website
  • Video: “Metallurgy: Real World Applications”
  • Video: Additive Manufacturing with Metals 
 
Robert Suter

3-D X-ray Mapping of Microstructures and Responses

Robert M. Suter
Professor of Physics

 
Bryan Webler

Process Metallurgy

Bryan Webler
Assistant Professor of Materials Science & Engineering

 
Lee Weiss

Bio/Electronic AM

Lee Weiss
Research Professor of Robotics

 
Katie Whitefoot

Lifecycle Design & Optimization and Public Policy

Katie Whitefoot
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Engineering & Public Policy

  • Website
  • Video: Improving the Adoption of New Products in the Marketplace 
 
Shi-Chune Yao

Thermodynamics

Shi-Chune Yao
Professor of Mechanical Engineering

 
Jessica Zhang

Geometric Design

Jessica Zhang
Professor of Mechanical Engineering