CMU to Lead NASA Space Technology Research Institute Opens in new window
A new NASA Space Technology Research Institute (STRI) led by Carnegie Mellon University seeks to shorten the cycle required to design, manufacture, and test parts that can withstand the conditions of space travel through constructing models for qualification and certification.
Pistorius helps create industrial decarbonzation partnership with a $1.5 million NSF grant
MSE’s Chris Pistorius and colleagues create the Industrial Decarbonization Analysis, Benchmarking, and Action (INDABA) partnership with a $1.5 million grant awarded by the National Science Foundation.
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YKK AP to research feasibility of virtual factory at Mill 19
YKK AP Technologies Lab, who has partnered with MechE’s Kenji Shimada since 2020, has signed a five-year lease for space at Mill 19. They hope to develop a “virtual factory” that simulates engineering and supply chains in a virtual space for construction, glass, and fenestrations industries.
CMU partner and tech-oriented door and window manufacturer to co-locate at Mill 19
YKK AP Technologies Lab has decided to locate at Mill 19 because they wanted to be close to CMU, with whom they have been conducting joint research into advanced technologies involving the installation of windows, doors, curtain walls, and other building products since 2020.
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Ozdoglanar and LeDuc speak to Additive Manufacturing Media
The video of a new 3D ice printing method developed by Carnegie Mellon engineers is magical according to Additive Manufacturing Media. Read about how mechanical engineering faculty Burak Ozdoganlar and Philip LeDuc and Ph.D. student Akash Garg are printing sacrificial structures that are as small as blood vessels.