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Your weekly AMO update
Advanced Manufacturing Office
November 1, 2017
- PowerAmerica Releases Annual Report and Issues Call for Projects
- Manufacturing Day 2017: Open Doors, Open Minds
- DOE’s Better Plants Partners Connect to Drive Energy Efficiency at World Energy Engineering Congress
- SkyNano Technologies: Breaking Through Nanotube Manufacturing Barriers with New Innovations
- Taking Aluminum Alloys to New Heights
PowerAmerica released an annual report that detailed successes in its second full year of operation. The report includes write-ups of almost 40 member projects in the areas of foundry and device development, module development and manufacturing, commercialization applications and education and workforce development.
View and download the report here.
PowerAmerica is also seeking projects to accelerate the adoption of SiC and GaN power electronics technologies. The concept paper submission is due on Friday, November 10. The full submission deadline is Friday, December 22, 2017.
More details are available here.
One of the most basic components of human nature is curiosity about the world around us – specifically the desire to understand how things are made and how they work. This curiosity is even stronger in adolescence, and harnessing it helps inspire the next generation of STEM leaders, thinkers, and doers.
Learn more about Manufacturing Day 2017 and how AMO and partners showed students the diverse opportunities that manufacturing offers including everything from the shop floor to world-class R&D facilities.
DOE’s Better Plants Partners Connect to Drive Energy Efficiency at World Energy Engineering Congress
Last month, staff from DOE’s Better Plants program convened with partners in Atlanta, Georgia, for the World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC), the largest energy conference and technology expo in the United States.
WEEC also capped off a great year for AMO’s Better Plants and its partners as showcased in the 2017 Progress Update that was released at the conference.
Get a behind the scenes look at the annual conference.
SkyNano Technologies, one of three start-ups in Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s (ORNL) new Innovation Crossroads program, was honored with the “Crowd Favorite” award at a pitch competition held at the fifth annual “Startup Day” at the Bijou Theatre in Downtown Knoxville.
Learn more about the ingenuity and innovation out of SkyNano Technologies.
According to Orlando Rios, a researcher at ORNL, cerium is overproduced, inexpensive, and finding new uses for it supports domestic rare-earth mining operations and provides innovative resource materials to U.S. manufacturers. The Critical Materials Institute (CMI) was looking for useful applications for cerium.
Read more about Eck Industries, an aluminum foundry, its commercial scale-up of Al-Ce production and applications and CMIs continued search for new scientific challenges that can be solved with early-stage R&D.
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