Burak Ozdoganlar is currently Ver Planck endowed chair professor of Mechanical Engineering and the associate director of the Engineering Research Accelerator. He also holds courtesy faculty positions in Biomedical Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering. Ozdoganlar received two M.S. degrees from The Ohio State University in 1993 and 1995, and his Ph.D. degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Michigan in 1999. Before joining Carnegie Mellon in 2004, he held positions at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign as a postdoctoral research associate, and at the Sandia National Laboratories as a senior member of technical staff.
His primary research interests include modeling and experimentation of manufacturing processes and systems, specializing in multi-scale (macro/micro/nano-) manufacturing and its applications (including medical and biomedical device fabrication); precision engineering; modeling and experimental approaches in structural dynamics; and modal testing and analysis.
He has co-authored more than 60 archival journal articles, and more than 80 conference articles. In the recent past, he served as associate technical editor for ASME J. Manufacturing Science and Engineering, and for the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) J. Manufacturing Processes. Since 2008, he has been a member of the Scientific Committee of North American Manufacturing Research Institution of SEM.
Ozdoganlar has also been active in professional societies: he is a founder and past-president (2011-2012) of International Institution of Micro Manufacturing (I2M2), and he is a former chair of the ASME-MED manufacturing equipment technical committee. He is a member of the Phi Kappa Phi and Sigma Xi honor societies, SME/NAMRI, ASME, and ASEE. His recent awards and recognitions include the 2011 ASME Blackall Machine Tool and Gage Award; the SME 2007 Outstanding Young Manufacturing Engineer award; the 2006 NSF/CAREER award; the 2008 NAMRI/SME Outstanding Paper award; and the Russell V. Trader Career Faculty Fellowship at CMU (2009-2011).
1999 Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
1995 MS, Mechanical Engineering, Ohio State University
1993 MS, Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering, Ohio State University
1991 BS, Aeronautical Engineering, Istanbul Technical University
- additive manufacturing
- advanced manufacturing
- biomedical engineering
- ceramic micro-manufacturing
- devices and material manipulation
- flexible systems
- implantable medical microsystems
- mechanical analysis
- medical device manufacturing
- medical devices
- micro-additive manufacturing
- neural probes
- polymer engineering
- precision engineering
- precision metrology
- product design
- soft electronics
- soft electronics manufacturing
- soft robotics
- structural dynamics
- systems modeling
- tissue engineering
- transdermal drug delivery
- wearable robotics
College of Engineering announces 2020 Moonshot winners
The College of Engineering is pleased to announce that the College will fund two Moonshot proposals as winners of the Moonshot 2020 competition, as well as one College of Engineering Planning Award.
Bergbreiter and Ozdoganlar awarded ASME Fellows
MechE’s Sarah Bergbreiter and Burak Ozdoganlar were named 2019 Fellows in the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).
Polymers, printing, and pathways
A novel approach to 3D printing using a support bath can greatly expand the types of polymers that can be printed, enable chemical reactions of the printed materials to gain novel material properties, and increase the mechanical strength and reduce the print time of mechanical parts through design optimization.
Ozdoganlar named interim CTO of ARM Institute
MechE's Burak Ozdoganlar was named Chief Technology Officer of the Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing (ARM) Institute in an interim capacity.
Professorships honor academic leaders
Through endowed professorships, the college honors and supports faculty by providing the resources they need to remain at the forefront of their fields.
Advancing additive manufacturing in aerospace
Carnegie Mellon engineers are leading a collaborative initiative to develop computational technologies for optimal design and fabrication of complex core structures for the aerospace industry.
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