Dayton Engineering Sciences Symposium 2013

The 9th Annual Dayton Engineering Sciences Symposium (DESS 2013) is coming up on 29 Oct 2013. The theme this year is 3-D printing, and the keynote speaker is Greg Morris of GE (Morris Technologies).
Sponsored by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Dayton Section, the symposium is designed to facilitate communication between members of the regional technical community, as well as to provide a forum for students (both undergraduate & graduate), engineers, and researchers to present their work. The symposium program will include several parallel sessions in the morning and afternoon, addressing Applied Engineering; Biomechanics; Controls Science; Design & Optimization; Electronics & Sensors; Engineering Education; Fluid Mechanics; Industrial & Human Factors; Materials & Processing; Nanotechnology; Power, Propulsion, & Energy Systems; Structures & Solid Mechanics; Thermal Sciences; Engineering Innovation; and Undergraduate Design Projects. The symposium will also include a luncheon, keynote address, and poster session.
Here are some of the interesting titles on 3-D printing presentations (list of current abstracts) that caught my eye:
  • Internet Drone Based on Additive Manufacturing and the Raspberry Pi
  • Design of Thermal Structures using Topology Optimization
  • Statically Equivalent Serial Chain Modeling With Kinect and Wii Balance Board
  • A Conceptual Template for Product Technology Transfer Visualization Using 3D Printing
  • 3D Printing of Smart Structures using Ultrasonic Additive Manufacturing
  • Control of Ceramic Microstructures Using ‘Drop on Demand’ Piezoelectric-Driven Inkjet Fabrication
  • Integrated Control of Beam-Based Additive Manufacturing Microstructure of IN 718 by Linking Design Parameters and Grain Growth
  • Development of Microstructure-Property Relationships via Electron Beam-Based Manufacturing
Looks like lots of neat 3-D printing research going on right here in Dayton!

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