Core research programs are supported by funds from the State of North Carolina and fees from our partner companies.  The results of the research are proprietary to the College and to all partner companies that support that research. This information is placed in the public domain, through presentations and publications, poster presentations, software, and patent disclosures, only after the approval of our Industrial Advisory Board (IAB).  The policies governing the ownership of intellectual property are available upon request.

For those that are interested in learning about a wide variety of the machines and materials currently being used in additive manufacturing/3D printing, particularly for business applications, the Senvol Database created and maintained by Senvol, LLC can be an excellent resource, accessible here.

Selected theses, dissertations, and publications are referenced at the
websites below.

Aerospace and Automotive

Logistics and Supply Chain

Material Development



Theses and Dissertations

ISE Symposium Presentations

Papers in Process