Additive Manufacturing &
Advanced Materials Workshop
June 14, 2017
NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX

NASA and the Technology Collaboration Center held an Additive Manufacturing & Advanced Materials Workshop, at the NASA Johnson Space Center, on June 14, 2017, covering a broad range of additive manufacturing (3D printing) & advanced materials topics.

This event brought together organizations needing or developing new additive manufacturing (3D printing) or materials-related technologies, with presentations on the latest technology advances and unmet challenges, in a format providing an opportunity for participants to network and explore potential partnerships.

  8:00  Welcome
  8:15  Presentation Panel Session 1
10:00  Networking Break
10:30  Presentation Panel Session 2
12:00  Lunch
12:30  TCC Overview
12:45  Presentation Panel Session 3
  2:15  Networking Break
  2:45  Presentation Panel Session 4
  4:15  Adjourn

Presentations (click on presentation title to download presentation):

Baylor College of Medicine (TCC Member):
  Jimmy Wu: As-Needed Manufacturing of Personalized Hand/Wrist Splints for Therapeutics in Space Flight Missions

Colorado School of Mines/ADAPT:
  Branden Kappes: The Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies (ADAPT) Overview
  Branden Kappes: Using Machine Learning to Accelerate Development and Reduce the Cost of Additive Part Qualification

Essentium Materials:
  Blake Teipel: FLASHFUSE: Mechanical and Electrical Property Improvements by Electromagnetic Welding Printing Processes

​  Justin Hopkins: HP Jet Fusion 3D Printing Solutions

KBRWyle (TCC Member):
​  Galen Kreutzberg: 3D-Bioprinting in Space

Made in Space:
  Matt Napoli: Additive Manufacturing Facility: On-Demand Manufacturing Inside the International Space Station

​  Nalin Kumar: Additive Manufacturing of High Purity Metallic Features at Room Temperature for Electronic Devices

NASA Johnson Space Center (TCC Member):
​  Stan Bouslog: 3D Printing Heat Shields
  Michael Waid: Challenges of In-Space Additive Manufacturing

Oak Ridge National Laboratory:
  Ryan Dehoff: Understanding Process Variability in Additive Manufacturing: Driving towards Qualification and Certification

Prairie View A&M:
  Olusegun Odejide: Cyber Breaches in Manufacturing

​  Matthew Fiedler: Challenges in Fabricating AM Parts Bigger than a Breadbox

Rice University (TCC Member):
  Jordan Miller: 3D Printing of Engineered Tissues with Vascular Networks
  Fred Higgs: Additive Manufacturing-Based Powder Characterization & Spreading Processes
  James Tour: Roll-to-Roll Manufacturing of Laser-Induced Graphene for Flexible Devices, Batteries, Fuel Cells, Water Splitting, Water Purification and 3D Printing

Texas A&M Energy Institute (TCC Member):
  Dean Schneider: The CESMII Smart Manufacturing Platform and the Monetization of Manufacturing Data​​

Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service/TEEX:
  John Romero: What Everyone Ought to Know about Manufacturing’s Biggest Cybersecurity Concerns Today

Texas A&M University (TCC Member):
Debjoti Banerjee: Additive Manufacturing: 3D Printed Heat Exchangers for Thermal Energy Storage (Thermal Batteries)

University of Texas at Arlington:
​  Rob Taylor: Process-informed Design Optimization for Additive Manufacture

University of Texas at Austin:
  Joseph Koo: Development of Advanced TPS Materials using Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Additive Manufacturing