Additive Manufacturing Laboratory accelerates the development and study of novel materials and manufacturing technologies for a range of Additive Manufacturing methods. There are 3 major materials directions explored in the laboratory: ceramics, metals, and plastics.
Novel Materials for Ceramics based AM
Elaboration of SLM process for Advanced Materials: high-temperature alloys, high entropy alloys, metal & polymer matrix composites
Multiscale Multiphysics Modeling and Simulation of SLM process
In house SLS/M machine design and process optimization
Geometrical modeling and Topology optimization
Direct Energy Deposition (DED) of hot resistance powdered alloys and fabrication of the Functional Graded Structures with special properties
4D printing. Computer modeling and fabrication of electro-physical and biochemical properties of Micro-/Nano-EMS (electro-mechanical systems)
Bioprinting of implants, tissue engineering scaffolds, sustainable (green) devices etc.