Advanced Manufacturing News
Harik to advance smart manufacturing in South Carolina with help from National Science Foundation
Producing ethylene through a more environmentally safe process
New course to focus on operations, process and applications of pharmaceutical manufacturing
CEC aerospace team leading $5.7 million NASA University Leadership Initiative
The pioneers of structural health monitoring
UofSC McNair Aerospace Center leading South Carolina’s charge to become a smart manufacturing state
Advanced Manufacturing Experts and Research
|Adaptive Real-Time Systems Laboratory (ARTS-Lab)||Machine learning; Artificial intelligence, Real-time control; Sensors; Impact; High-rate; Structural health monitoring; Dense sensor networks; Autonomous systems; Embedded systems||Downey, Austin|
|Center for Predictive Maintenance||Component testing; Predictive analytics; Digital transformation; Sensor signal processing; Virtual and augmented reality; Health monitoring systems; Physics-based data modeling||Bayoumi, Abdel|
|Integrated Multiphysics and Systems Engineering Laboratory (iMSEL)||Reduced-order modeling; Real-time simulation; Multi-fidelity surrogate model; Optimization; Design; Machine learning; Computer vision; Autonomy; System control; Edge computing||Wang, Yi|
|Laboratory for Active Materials and Smart Structures (LAMSS)||Nondestructive evaluation; Structural health monitoring; Piezoelectric wafer active sensors; Fiber Bragg grating||Giurgiutiu, Victor|
|Metal 3D Printing Laboratory||Solidification; Additive manufacturing; Materials processing; Computational modeling and simulation; Microstructure and defects||Yuan, Lang|
|Multiscale Manufacturing & Mechanics of Materials and Structures Group (MSMOMS)||Composites; Fibers; Automated tow placement; Process-Structure-Property; Computational/experimental mechanics; Materials-by-Design; Dynamic composite behavior||Sockalingam, Subramani|
|Paul Ziehl Research Group||Aerospace composites; High pressure vessels; Autonomous evaluation; Machine learning; Edge analytics; Sustainable materials; Infrastructure||Ziehl, Paul|
|SmartState™ Center for Multifunctional Materials and Structures||Aerospace composites; Multi-functional materials; Remote sensing; Digital twin; Artificial intelligence; Edge analytics; Data-informed decision making||Ziehl, Paul|
|Visualized Structural Health Monitoring Laboratory||Quantitative nondestructive evaluation; Structural health monitoring; Non-contact guided ultrasonic waves; Remote sensing; Laser technology||Yu, Lingyu|
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AI is becoming an integral part of our daily lives and includes research projects in every field. At UofSC applied AI is fueling research across campus, from journalism to public health.
Energy Storage and Distribution
The demand to intelligently store and deliver energy is increasing daily. We're providing solutions with experts in power electronics, energy distribution, batteries and other fuel cells.
Our college is pushing the boundaries of intelligent infrastructure through novel innovation that leads to implementation. We're also working to extend the useful life of the existing infrastructure across the U.S.
As one of the only nuclear engineering programs in the state, we've invested in finding safe, sustainable, long-term solutions using nuclear energy. Our partnership with the Savannah River National Laboratory gives us access to some of the top facilities and scientist in the world.
Transforming Health Care
With an eye toward digital transformation, personalized health, information security and artificial intelligence, we're finding more efficient ways to deliver highly effective health care to every patient.