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Your weekly AMO update
Advanced Manufacturing Office
September 18, 2017
- DEADLINE EXTENDED: Graduate-level Traineeship Programs
- Applications Open for Midwest Entrepreneurship Program to Drive Technology Innovation
- EVENT: Better Plants to Lead Multiple Sessions at the World Energy Engineering Congress
- RAPID Manufacturing Institute Calls for R&D Project Proposals
- EVENT: Join the Discussion on Process Intensification and Next-Gen Manufacturing at the 2017 AIChE Annual Meeting
- BLOG: CHP Installation Keeps Hospital Running During Hurricane Harvey
Applications for the Advanced Manufacturing Office’s university-led traineeship programs have been extended to Tuesday, September 19th at 5PM ET.
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.
For more information, see the full solicitation.
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 and apply by Friday, October 13, 2017.
EVENT: Better Plants to Lead Multiple Sessions at the World Energy Engineering Congress – Sept 27-29
Attending the World Energy Engineering Congress? The AMO’s Better Plants Program will lead a conference session (Track J) on topics such as energy management workforce, the 50001 Ready program, boosting innovation and competitiveness, and energy security. The 2017 World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC) will 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.
Register here to attend WEEC.
The Advanced Manufacturing Office’s (AMO) Rapid Advancement in Process Intensification Deployment (RAPID) Manufacturing Institute is calling for stakeholders in industry, academia, and government laboratories to submit proposals for early-stage research and development projects that apply process intensification and modular chemical processing to solve industrial challenges.
The call for proposals extends until September 18, 2017. Additional information about the RAPID Manufacturing Institute and the proposal review process can be found at www.aiche.org/RAPID/call-rapid-proposals.
EVENT: Join the Discussion on Process Intensification and Next-Gen Manufacturing at the 2017 AIChE Annual Meeting
Two new topical conferences programmed at the 2017 AIChE Annual Meeting in Minneapolis, Oct. 29 – Nov. 3, 2017 will feature new manufacturing techniques and groundbreaking research.
The Process Intensification & Modular Chemical Processing Topical Conference, co-programmed by the Rapid Advancement in Process Intensification Deployment (RAPID) Institute and AIChE's Divisions & Forums will provide a fresh way to join the dialog on technological change. Over three days you'll hear from speakers in industry, academia and government on the latest developments, plus get updated on some of RAPID's jumpstart projects.
The Next-Gen Manufacturing Topical Conference will explore 3D printing, modular manufacturing, innovation in pharmaceutical manufacturing, and more.
Registration and accommodations can be found here. Save by registering through September 18, 2017.
With any major storm, energy reliability and security are major concerns for those in the storm’s path. While much of Houston, Texas, and the surrounding areas, were faced with uncertainty as Hurricane Harvey made landfall, the Texas Medical Center – the largest medical center in the world – was able to sustain its air conditioning, refrigeration, heating, sterilization, laundry, and hot water needs throughout the storm thanks to the combined heat and power (CHP) installation operated by Thermal Energy Corp (TECO).
Learn more about the TECO CHP TAP at Texas Medical Center here.
As was Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma is a powerful and dangerous storm, and so preparedness is essential. Those in its potential path are urged to follow the instructions of state and local authorities.
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