Sustainable and Smart Manufacturing

Life cycle 2-Reducing energy and resource consumption
-Understanding life cycles of all manufacturing components (e.g. product, machine tool, tools, auxiliary materials)
-Leveraging manufacturing
-Process modeling and virtual manufacturing
-Human-centered design and manufacturing
-3D Printing

Abrasive Manufacturing Processes

– Understanding process mechanismsMechanisms
– Greening tool design, finding bio-inspired processes and tool designs
– Investigating minimum energy in grinding
– Linking process, surface integrity, and part function
– Developing novel applications in energy generation, energy storage, and bioengineering
– Surface engineering for tribology tasks, aesthetic purposes, food processing, etc.


NSF project on Integrated STEM Approach for Studying Aerospace Engineering Design and Manufacturing
NSF/DFG Collaboration to Understand the Prime Factors Driving Distortion in Milled Aluminum
Data-Driven Human Cyber-Physical Systems Collaboration
Development of an energy-efficient cylindrical grinding machine
Environmental impacts of manufacturing operations
IRTG 2057 – International Research Training Group (IRTG) “Physical Modeling for Virtual Manufacturing Systems and Processes”
Modular Hybrid Desktop Machine
Optimising Turbo-Spindle Efficiency for Machining at Ultra-High Speed (OpTEMUS)
Surface engineering for food safety
Surface topography and integrity after finishing operations

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