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Your weekly AMO update
Advanced Manufacturing Office
September 8, 2017
- Secretary Perry Test Drives AMO’s 3D-Printed Shelby Cobra
- DOE Announces Second Round of Midwest Entrepreneurship Program to Drive Technology Innovation
- DEADLINE APPROACHING: Graduate-level Traineeship Programs
- AMO Invites Stakeholder Feedback on Proposed SEP Program Updates
- AMO’s Better Plants Program Co-sponsors World Energy Engineering Congress
- BLOG: Data-Driven Approach to New Materials Discover
U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Secretary Rick Perry recently took the Advanced Manufacturing Office’s 3D printed Shelby Cobra for a test drive around DOE’s headquarters. Printed at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, the Shelby is a “plug-and-play” lab that allows research and development of integrated components and manufacturing process technologies to be tested in real time.
Learn more about this 3D-printed laboratory on wheels.
The Energy Department announced the opening of the application period for innovators to join the second cohort of Chain Reaction Innovations (CRI) at Argonne National Laboratory (ANL). CRI, one of the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Lab-Embedded Entrepreneurship Programs, embeds top technical talent with ANL to perform early-stage research and development (R&D) that may lead to the launch of energy or manufacturing businesses in the future.
DOE plans to select up to six postdoctoral innovators to join Chain Reaction Innovations. View the solicitation and submission instructions to apply. Also, sign up to join an information webinar and Q&A on Sept. 13.
The Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy’s (EERE) Advanced Manufacturing Office announced $2.5 million in funding to support university-led traineeship programs that address workforce training needs in the early-stage technology area of advanced materials and process technologies in energy-related manufacturing. EERE will competitively select U.S.-based institutions of higher education to implement masters-level training programs designed to train a new generation of advanced manufacturing engineers to fill workforce needs across industry, national labs, and universities.
Full application are due September 15, 2017. For more information, see the full solicitation.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Advanced Manufacturing Office (AMO) invites informal public feedback on proposed revisions to Superior Energy Performance® (SEP®) program documents in preparation for the 2018 program update (SEP 2018). Stakeholder input ensures that the SEP program adapts more readily to the needs of SEP’s diversifying stakeholder base and broadens participation in new sectors.
For a list of the SEP program documents that are available for an informal public review are available here and due by September 15, 2017.
The Advanced Manufacturing Office’s (AMO) Better Plants Program will co-sponsor the 2017 World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC) to be held from September 27-29 in Atlanta, Georgia. WEEC is the largest energy conference and technology expo held in the U.S. specifically for business, industrial and institutional energy users. It brings together the top experts in all areas of the field to help set a clear, optimum path to energy efficiency, facility optimization and sustainability. Click here to view full conference agenda.
Advance registration is required for the conference, so register today!
Researchers at the Department of Energy’s National Accelerator Laboratory (SLAC) and Citrine Informatics developed a new public-private partnership to discover answers to basic science and technology questions about materials.
Learn how SLAC and Citrine plan to work with metallic glasses and explore ways to develop a high temperature mold similar to plastic.
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