Lab member Feifei published a new journal paper on Materials Today Communications
Our new paper title “A review of aging, degradation, and reusability of PA12 powders in selective laser sintering additive manufacturing” has just been published at Materials Today Communications. This paper reviews the state-of-the-art on important aspects of aging mechanisms and degradation behaviors of polyamide 12 powders in SLS
MACS ON THE ICE
End of quarter lab event: MACS lab went to Kraken Community Iceplex for ice skating.
LAB MEMBER FEIFEI SUCCESSFULLY DEFENDED HER PH.D. FINAL EXAM, CONGRATULATIONS!
MACS lab member Feifei Yang successfully defended her PhD dissertation on “Understanding and Controlling Re-usability, Aging Kinetics, and Sustainability of Polyamide 12 in Selective Laser Sintering”
MACS LAB HAD A GROUP PIZZA MEETING
Congratulations on Thomas’ pass on qualify, and thanks for the delicious Pizza!
Successful conclusion of the first in-person MECC conference!
MECC concluded with a splashing success! As the first in-person event of the conference series, MECC 2022 attracted more than 260 registrations and disseminated 195 presentations! Thank you everyone for the great support!
PROF. CHEN RECEIVED the Outstanding Young Investigator Award FROM the 2022 IFAC Symposium on Mechatronic Systems
The award is for pioneering methods and analyses of digital control parameterizations for precision mechatronic systems, advanced manufacturing, and their education and industrial adoption.
PROF. CHEN RECEIVED the UW + Amazon Science Hub faculty research award
The new grant will advance artificial intelligence and robotics research.
Congratulations on the graduation!
Congratulations on your graduation! PhD: Tianyu Jiang and Hui Xiao MS: Albert Wang and Daniel Beckman
Prof. Chen received a 2022 Sandra L. Bouckley Outstanding Young Manufacturing Engineers Award from SME
Prof. Chen is one of 22 awardees to be recognized by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) in 2022.
The Seattle Times Reported – Robots are learning to think like humans. Can they meet Amazon’s demands for speed?
The Seattle Times visited the UW MACS lab and made a report.