124958Your weekly AMO update
- 16 oct
Your weekly AMO update
Advanced Manufacturing Office
October 16, 2017
- DEADLINE: Innovation Crossroads Entrepreneurship Program
- DEADLINE: Cyclotron Road Entrepreneurship Program
- AMO Director Participates in Official Senate Energy and Natural Resources Field Hearing in Maine
- BLOG: Robust and Resilient- Maximizing Impact in Manufacturing
- Fellowship Opportunity Available at Oak Ridge National Laboratory
- Roctool Installs Leading-Edge Technologies at Oak Ridge National Laboratory
- AMO Project Receives Regional Partnership Award
Applications for the second cohort of Innovation Crossroads (IC), a two-year post-doctoral research program at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), are due Monday, October 30, 2017.
IC embeds the next generation of top technical postdoctoral talent within ORNL as entrepreneurial researchers to address fundamental energy and manufacturing challenges identified by industry.
DOE plans to select up to five post-doctoral innovators to join IC. View the solicitation and submission instructions.
Applications for the fourth cohort of the Cyclotron Road program are due Tuesday, October 31, 2017.
Cyclotron Road embeds top technical talent within Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory as entrepreneurial researchers to address fundamental energy and manufacturing challenges identified by industry.
DOE plans to select up to six post-doctoral innovators to join Cyclotron Road. Applicants may apply to this merit based opportunity either individually or as a team. However, successful applicants will be selected based on their individual merits. View the solicitation and submission instructions.
AMO Director Dr. Mark Johnson traveled to Robbins Lumber in Searsmont, Maine on Friday, October 6, to participate in an official Senate Energy and Natural Resources field hearing. Chaired by Senator Angus King, the field hearing discussed how the Department of Energy is looking to support Maine's forest industry with early-stage research on combined heat and power technology to generate onsite power that will save money and create jobs.
"Combined heat power systems represent an important opportunity for manufacturers. They can provide reliable, flexible, cost-effective energy efficient power to a variety of industrial, commercial, and institutional energy consumers in our communities," said Mark Johnson.
Click here to watch the video to hear a portion of Mark Johnson’s testimony on how to stabilize energy costs and maximize Maine’s natural recourses.
In celebration, AMO set out to show how manufacturing has been a foundation of the American economy for more than two centuries and how technologies have transformed as a direct result of American ingenuity.
Read our blog to learn more about the role manufacturing has played in both the history and future of our nation.
Active Energy Systems, SkyNano Technologies, and Yellowstone Energy are seeking candidates to join their teams! Each company is hiring one Applied Research Experience fellow to work at Oak Ridge National Lab. Successful candidates will be post-Bachelors or post-Masters individuals with strong technical experience and an interest in entrepreneurship.
Deadline to apply is October 30th, 2017. To learn more or apply, please visit: https://www.zintellect.com/Posting/details/3498
Roctool, a leading developer of mold heating and cooling technologies, announced the installation of its leading-edge molding technology at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) in Oak Ridge, Tenn. Roctool’s large double-zone generator and its latest performance cooling unit were installed at the Department of Energy’s Manufacturing Demonstration Facility (MDF) at ORNL for early stage research and development (R&D) applications in automotive, aerospace, aircraft, military, energy-related and consumer goods.
Read further for more information.
The Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer (FLC) awarded Sandia National Laboratories; Oak Ridge National Laboratory; TPI Composites, Inc. and Wetzel Engineering, Inc. with the 2017 Regional Partnership Award for the “National Rotor Testbed: Using Large-Scale 3D Printing to Test New Wind Blade Designs” project. This joint project used large-scale 3D printing to create much smaller and cheaper prototypes used for testing new wind blade designs in a more cost-effective manner.
For more information and the complete list of awardees, visit FLC’s website.
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