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May 31, 2018: Tyson W. Brown – Challenges and Opportunities for Additive Manufacturing in the Automotive MarketPosted April 26, 2018

Tyson W. Brown

Challenges and Opportunities for Additive Manufacturing in the Automotive Market

Thursday, May 31st, 2018
6:00 pm – Reception
6:30 pm – Talk

University of Detroit Mercy
Chemistry Building, Rm 114
4001 W. McNichols Rd.
Detroit, MI 48221

Abstract: Metal additive manufacturing (AM) has recently seen widespread adoption in the aerospace and defense markets, with some companies integrating the technology as a critical process for future manufacturing programs. Despite the adoption of metal AM by these markets and the long history of polymer rapid prototyping within automotive OEMs, applications in the automotive market for metal AM have been limited to racing and high-performance vehicles. With broad opportunities available for productions vehicles to use metal and polymer AM, this talk will focus on the challenges that remain for AM to scale to the production volumes necessary to enable application in the extremely high volume automotive market.

Biography: Tyson Brown received his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering from Colorado School of Mines. His graduate work was focused on the chemical and microstructural effects of nitrogen in commercial high strength steel projects. Since joining General Motors Global R&D in 2014, his work has focused on automotive sheet steel, aluminum, and light metals technologies, including additive manufacturing of metal components. He is now part of the team bringing the GM R&D additive manufacturing research laboratory online, with the focus on alloy and process development to broaden the application of metal additive manufacturing to include the automotive market.

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Check out SciX-2018: Atlanta, Georgia, October 21-26, 2018Posted April 26, 2018

The SciX-2018 conference (https://www.scixconference.org/), presented by FACSS, will take place at the Marriott Marquis in Atlanta, GA, Oct. 21-26, 2018. Leading researchers will convene to present their cutting edge developments in analytical sciences, instrumentation, and unique applications. The SciX meeting hosts a world-class exhibition, presentations from leading scientists, educational courses, and many networking opportunities.

Susan Lunte Receives the 2018 ANACHEM AwardPosted April 26, 2018

Susan Lunte
Ralph N. Adams Distinguished Professor of Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Director, Adams Institute for Bioanalytical Chemistry
University of Kansas

Susan M. Lunte is the Ralph N. Adams Distinguished Professor of Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Director of the Adams Institute for Bioanalytical Chemistry at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS. She is a fellow of the American Association of Pharmaceutical Sciences and the Royal Society of Chemistry. In 2004, Dr. Lunte was the recipient of the AAPS Research Achievement Award in Analysis and Pharmaceutical Quality. She was awarded a Science Foundation of Ireland Walton Fellowship through Dublin City University in 2006. Susan was the chair of the Analytical Division of the American Chemical Society in 2011. She is currently the Associate Editor for the Americas for Analytical Methods. Her research interests include the development of microfluidic-based methodologies for separation and detection of peptides, amino acids, neurotransmitters and pharmaceuticals in biological fluids.

Jennifer S. Brodbelt Receives the 2017 ANACHEM AwardPosted August 31, 2017

Dr. Jennifer S. Brodbelt, the Norman Hackerman Chaired Professor of Chemistry at the University of Texas at Austin, is the recipient of the 2017 ANACHEM Award.  Dr. Brodbelt earned her B.S. degree in chemistry at the University of Virginia and her doctorate in chemistry at Purdue University under the supervision of Prof. Graham Cooks. After a post-doctoral position at the University of California at Santa Barbara, she began her academic career at the University of Texas. Her research interests focus on the development and application of photodissociation mass spectrometry for characterization of the structures and modifications of biological molecules, including peptides, proteins, nucleic acids, oligosaccharides, and lipids. She serves as an Associate Editor for the Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry and recently served as President of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry.

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