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April 2018

IACMI-The Composites Institute Collaborates with Industry Leader to Develop World’s First Park Bench made with Repurposed Aerospace Grade Carbon Fiber

2018-04-10T08:51:10-07:00

Photo caption, left to right: Robert Stokes, Consulting Designer & Artist, Corey Delikat, City of Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Director, Dave Walter, CRTC Chief Executive Officer, Guy Houser, CRTC Director of Engineering

The bench will be in the IACMI booth at the ACMA […]

IACMI-The Composites Institute Collaborates with Industry Leader to Develop World’s First Park Bench made with Repurposed Aerospace Grade Carbon Fiber2018-04-10T08:51:10-07:00

IACMI Intern Spotlight: Hannah Maeser

2018-04-09T10:33:32-07:00

Article written by Hannah Maeser, Clemson University, Materials Science and Engineering and IACMI Intern 2016-2018

I knew well before entering Clemson University that I wanted to study a field that best combined my passions for chemistry and engineering. Engineers are held in especially high regard in my hometown, Huntsville, AL, […]

IACMI Intern Spotlight: Hannah Maeser2018-04-09T10:33:32-07:00

IACMI Announces Leadership Updates

2018-04-09T13:32:45-07:00

Knoxville, TN, April 2, 2017The Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation— IACMI-The Composites Institute, a national manufacturing innovation institute with more than 150 members is pleased to announce the promotion of two senior leaders within the organization. Robin Parton Pate has been named chief operating officer and Erin Brophy is now serving as Program […]

IACMI Announces Leadership Updates2018-04-09T13:32:45-07:00

March 2018

President signs $1.3 trillion spending bill which supports advanced manufacturing and IACMI

2018-03-27T09:02:15-07:00

Photo: Secretary of Department of Energy Rick Perry went for a spin in a 3D printed vehicle during a tour at Oak Ridge National Lab’s Manufacturing Demonstration Facility in May 2017. Photo Courtesy of Oak Ridge National Lab. 

President Donald Trump has signed a $1.3 trillion spending deal to fund the government through the rest of the fiscal […]

President signs $1.3 trillion spending bill which supports advanced manufacturing and IACMI2018-03-27T09:02:15-07:00

IACMI Members at the forefront of innovation at international composites conference

2018-03-20T16:12:15-07:00

This month, the international composites community gathered in Paris, France yet again for the JEC World 2018 composites conference. IACMI leadership joined over 1,300 exhibitors and 40,000 visitors from 115 countries around the globe to share and discover the latest composite technologies, applications, and developing trends for a variety of applications including aerospace, automotive, […]

IACMI Members at the forefront of innovation at international composites conference2018-03-20T16:12:15-07:00

November 2017

ORAU seeking applications for IACMI-The Composites Institute 2018 internship program

2018-07-20T07:53:31-07:00

Deadline for applications is closed.

Knoxville, Tenn.The Institute for Advanced Composite Manufacturing Innovation (IACMI) is currently seeking graduate and undergraduate students interested in participating in a short-term, 10-week summer program at one of IACMI’s partner sites.

IACMI, which accelerates the adoption of advanced composites to create energy savings and new manufacturing jobs, has an interest in […]

ORAU seeking applications for IACMI-The Composites Institute 2018 internship program2018-07-20T07:53:31-07:00

JEC Knoxville Recap: How Close is the Breakthrough?

2017-11-16T12:49:33-08:00

The annual JEC Automotive Conference returned to Knoxville this week for the second year with a program entirely dedicated to composites in the automotive industry. The two-day international conference brought a crowd of over 205 for a blend of high-end technical sessions and networking opportunities. The forum also hosted tabletop exhibitors including IACMI members […]

JEC Knoxville Recap: How Close is the Breakthrough?2017-11-16T12:49:33-08:00

Solvay acquires large-tow carbon fiber precursor manufacturer

2017-11-08T17:08:34-08:00

Alpharetta GA, USA, Nov. 7, 2017 —Solvay completed the acquisition of European Carbon Fiber GmbH (“ECF”), a German producer of high-quality “precursor” for large-tow (50K) polyacrylonitrile (PAN) carbon fibers. With this acquisition, Solvay is building the foundations to lead the adoption of composites in automotive applications, to serve select industrial markets, […]

Solvay acquires large-tow carbon fiber precursor manufacturer2017-11-08T17:08:34-08:00

August 2017

IACMI Vehicle Scale Up Facility host 150 for Schuler Event

2017-08-28T14:32:05-07:00

The Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation (IACMI) hosted Schuler Group at the IACMI Vehicle Scale Up Facility at Corktown in Detroit, MI. More than 150 attendees from automotive manufacturing organizations across the United States attended the event, where Schuler presented “Driving Efficiency with Schuler,” detailing the composite manufacturing innovations and trends that […]

IACMI Vehicle Scale Up Facility host 150 for Schuler Event2017-08-28T14:32:05-07:00

IACMI Innovation on Display At CAMX

2017-12-12T12:36:03-08:00

The Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation (IACMI), a Manufacturing USA institute driven by the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), is exhibiting and participating in live demonstrations in partnership with Composites One and the Closed Mold Alliance at CAMX 2017.

This year, IACMI-The Composites Institute will be front and center to […]

IACMI Innovation on Display At CAMX2017-12-12T12:36:03-08:00
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