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NAMRC 45 Call for Papers

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The North American Manufacturing Research Institution of SME (NAMRI/SME) brings together researchers from leading companies, government laboratories, academic institutions and industrial think tanks located around the world for the purpose of advancing the scientific foundation of discrete-parts manufacturing.

 
NAMRC 45 - USC
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NAMRC 45 will be hosted by the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, June 4-8, 2017. This conference is the premier international forum for applied research and industrial applications in manufacturing and design. The 2017 conference schedule will include keynote and technical presentations, expert panels, student poster presentations, an exhibition of industry partners, an early career forum, an awards banquet, luncheons and more.

 

NAMRC45 Call for Papers News Item   NAMRC 45 Issues Call for Papers
Authors from academia and industry can choose from six tracks: Manufacturing Systems; Manufacturing Processes; Additive Manufacturing; Cyber-Physical Systems in Manufacturing; Track 5: Manufacturing Education, Workforce Development and Outreach; and Manufacturing Implementation. Submissions are due by Nov. 3, 2016.
Dean Bartles News NAMRI/SME Installs New Board of Directors at Annual Research Conference
Dean Bartles, PhD, FSME, 2016 SME president, chief manufacturing officer and executive director of the Digital Manufacturing & Design Innovation Institute in Chicago, assumed his position as the new NAMRI/SME president.

Dave Dornfeld 1990-91 NAMRI/SME Past President Passes Away at Age 66
David A. Dornfeld, professor of mechanical engineering at the University of California at Berkeley, died March 27 of a heart attack.



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