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.
INVESTING NOW, created in 1988, is a college preparatory program created to stimulate, support, and recognize the high academic performance of pre-college students from groups that are historically underrepresented in science, technology, engineering
and mathematics majors and careers. The purpose of the program is to ensure that participants are well prepared for matriculation at the University of Pittsburgh.
The Center for Industry Studies supports multidisciplinary research that helps link scholars to some of the most important and challenging problems faced by modern industry. Our activities and programs are motivated by the firm conviction that bringing
engineers and social scientists together for research collaboration can lead to important advances in scholarship and produce research of significant practical value to industry.
Center for Industry Studies
The MAC's facility at 7800 Susquehanna Street in Pittsburgh is 9,000 sq. ft. In addition to formal classroom space, the MAC's machining lab has lathes, mills, drill presses, precision surface grinders, as well as HAAS and MAZAK CNC machines. The Maker
Space and CAD/CAM lab help round out this center for innovation and active learning.
Manufacturing Assistance Center
The MOST-AM Consortium is a public-private partnership aimed at developing the most advanced modeling and simulation tools for additive manufacturing (AM). Leveraging talent, facilities and research to significantly advance additive manufacturing
through modeling and simulation tools.