Manufacturing Research Seminars
Dr. Shreyes N. Melkote
Morris M. Bryan Professor
Georgia Institute of Technology
Friday, February 24
Lurie Engineering Center
GM Conference Rm
1221 Beal Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Metered Parking is available on campus
About the Presenter
Dr. Shreyes N. Melkote holds the Morris M. Bryan Professorship for Advanced Manufacturing Systems in the George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering at Georgia Tech. He also serves as Associate Director of the Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute. From August 2015 - July 2016, he served as an ASME Foundation Swanson Fellow at the Interagency Advanced Manufacturing National Program Office at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) where he contributed to various policy aspects of the National Network for Manufacturing Innovation Program (now Manufacturing USA). Dr. Melkotes current research interests are in materials and modeling aspects of precision machining, novel surface enhancement methods, and robotic machining. His research in these areas is actively supported by industry and government sponsors. He is a former President of NAMRI/SME, and a Fellow of the ASME and SME, and an Associate Member of the CIRP.
This talk will present recently completed and ongoing work in the speakers group on robotic machining. A new approach based on real-time force sensing combined with mechanistic milling force modeling to compensate for robot compliance induced machining errors will be presented. The talk will also briefly discuss ongoing research to address chatter instability in robotic milling.
For more information about this seminar, contact Rachael Hamilton (email@example.com).
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Open Access Manufacturing Research Seminars Bring Speakers from Around the World to the ISD Community and Our Friends
Spotlighting the latest manufacturing research is the focus of the Manufacturing Engineering Research Seminar series. U-M professors, their accomplished counterparts from around the world, and industry leaders present the latest findings on a broad range of manufacturing-related topics on campus and through online learning.
Everyone is welcome to attend the presentations on the Ann Arbor campus. In order to make this knowledge available to all through our focus on online learning, the seminars are digitally recorded so they can be viewed any time, any place. Each seminar is about one hour in length.
Recorded seminars will be posted after they have been presented. Check our archive above for the topics that interest you.
Email announcements will be sent out preceding each seminar. If you would like to be added to the invitation list, contact Rachael Hamilton at firstname.lastname@example.org.