The goal of the University of Pittsburgh Center for Advanced Manufacturing (UPCAM) initiative is to represent the efforts of diverse faculty from every department of the Swanson School of Engineering (SSoE) in the field of advanced manufacturing.

Definition of Advanced Manufacturing:   Advanced Manufacturing (AdvM) is the family of activities encompassing innovations in materials production and characterization processes and supply chain combined with information technology, modeling, and simulation. The results may be more knowledge-intense versions of traditional manufacturing and/or completely new manufacturing approaches.

We are advancing the state of manufacturing in society through world-class research, outstanding education, and dynamic industrial, academic, governmental, and regional collaborations. The UPCAM initiative also aims to benefit the local and national economy through research discoveries and the collective strengths of the SSoE departments.

Research

The UPCAM focuses on organizing and coordinating research related to manufacturing science and Advanced Manufacturing, supporting both critical discoveries and students’ ability to participate in research efforts. By encouraging research collaboration, the UPCAM attracts some of the most renowned researchers in the field, including but not limited to Pitt faculty members..

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Faculty

Faculty Expertise in design, characterization & synthesis, making & manufacturing, theory & simulation, post processing & testing..

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Outreach

With the ability to facilitate faculty collaboration—within the SSoE, among the University, and especially with external partners in industry, government, and academia—the UPCAM operates as a coordinator for incoming requests in areas related to AdvM and as a broker to ensure the success and satisfaction of all parties engaged in these interactions..

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CONTACT US

Contact us with any questions, comments, or concerns.

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