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BISO Home > USNC/TAM Homepage > USNC/TAM 2015 Additive Manufacturing Workshop

A Workshop on Predictive Theoretical and Computational Approaches for Additive Manufacturing

From October 7 through October 9, 2015, the USNC/TAM hosted a workshop on additive manufacturing, sponsored by the National Science Foundation, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, and Sandia National Laboratories, at the National Academies' Keck Center in Washington, DC. Listed below are the videos of each session, the complete workshop agenda, and 24 presentations each in PDF format.

Additive Manufacturing Workshop Session Videos (Vimeo.com)

Watch Session 1 (October 7)
Watch Session 2 (October 7)
Watch Session 3 (October 7)
Watch Session 4 (October 7)
Watch Session 5 (October 8)
Watch Session 6 (October 8)
Watch Session 7 (October 8)
Watch Session 8 (October 8)

Additive Manufacturing Workshop Presentation PDFs
Note: Some of the presentation files are substantially large, so please check the file size before downloading.

Additive Manufacturing Workshop Agenda (170 KB)

Session 1: Theoretical understanding of materials science and mechanics (October 7)

Marianne Francois, Los Alamos National Laboratory (11 MB)
Peter Olmstead, Georgetown University (4 MB)
John Turner, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (5.5. MB)

Session 2: Computational and analytical methods in additive manufacturing (October 7)

Anthony Rollet, Carnegie Mellon University (39 MB)
Wayne King, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (11 MB)
Corbett Battaile, Sandia National Laboratories (5 MB)

Session 3: Monitoring and advanced diagnostics to enable AM fundamental understanding (October 7)

Ade Makinde, GE Global Research Center (506 KB)
Joseph Beaman, University of Texas - Austin (2 MB)
Jian Cao, Northwestern University (5 MB)

Session 4: AM Scalability, Implementation, Readiness, and Transition (October 7)

Yung Shin, Purdue University (3 MB)
Lyle E. Levine, National Institute of Standards and Technology (8 MB)
Anthony (Tony) DeCarmine, Oxford Performance Materials (150 KB)

Session 5: Theoretical understanding of materials science and mechanics (October 8)

Steve Daniewicz, Mississippi State University (7.5 MB)
Neil Hodge, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (26 MB)
Saad Khairallah, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (8 MB)

Session 6: Computational and analytical methods in AM (October 8)

David Synder, QuesTek Innovations (3 MB)
Gregory Wagner, Northwestern University (2 MB)
Joe Bishop, Sandia National Laboratories (48 MB)

Session 7: Monitoring and advanced diagnostics to enable AM fundamental understanding (October 8)

Dave Keicher, Sandia National Laboratories (1.6 MB)
Eddie Schwalbach, Air Force Research Laboratory (2.5 MB)
Yu-Ping Yang, EWI (3 MB)

Session 8: AM Scalability, Implementation, Readiness, and Transition (October 8)

Rainer Hebert, University of Connecticut (500 KB)
Alonso Peralta-Duran, Honeywell International Inc. (4 MB)
Tahany El-Wardany, United Technologies Research Center (2.6 MB)