Tuesday, January 19, 2016

FACAM Workshop Photos

Prof. Huang (USC)
Prof. Chen (USC)
Prof. Sabbaghi (Purdue)

Prof. Plumlee (U of Michigan)

Prof. Wang (FSU)

Dr. Zeng (HP)

Participants from Purdue, FSU, HKUST, NSF, USC, HP,  U. of Michigan, and USC(left to right)
Bambo (Harvard)
Andi (HKUST)

Afternoon Session with PhD students in fronts (Andi, Raquel, Megan, Yuan, HE)

Before Workshop Dinner at RPV, CA
After Workshop - LA Live
After workshop - Staples Center @ LA Live
Fun Time After Workshop @Tom's Urban

Fun Time after Workshop at LA Live

Thursday, January 7, 2016

Upcoming FACAM 2016 Workshop Agenda - Updated

Theoretical Foundations for Accuracy Control in Additive Manufacturing (FACAM 2016)
January 18th, 2016

Synopsis: Additive Manufacturing (AM) fundamentally changed the premise of quality engineering. This workshop aims to discuss the research needed to establish the theoretical foundations for accuracy control in AM.


Dr. Qiang Huang, Associate Professor
Gordon S. Marshall Early Career Chair in Engineering
Epstein Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, USC

Dr. Yong Chen, AssociateProfessor
Epstein Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, USC

Dr. Fugee Tsung, Professor, Head
Dept. of Industrial Eng & Logistics Mgt 
HKUniv. of Science & Technology

Dr. Arman Sabbaghi, Assistant Professor
Department of Statistics
Purdue University

Dr. Matthew Plumlee, Assistant Professor
Dept of Industrial & Operations Engineering
University of Michigan

Dr. Zhijian Pei, Program Director
Manufacturing Machines and Equipment (MME) Program Engineering/CMMI
National Science Foundation

Dr. Hui Wang, Assistant Professor
Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering
Florida State University

Dr. Jun Zeng
Senior Scientist / Engineer at HP Labs

PhD Student Participants:

USC: He Luan, Yuan Jin, Yanqing Duanmu, Ahmed Alzanki 
HKUST: Andi Wang
Harvard: Sobambo Sosina
Purdue: Megan Endress, Raquel De Souza Borges Ferreira

Workshop Agenda
Major events
  • Jan 18th, 2016:   FACAM 2016 Workshop (8:30am - 5:00pm)
   Refreshment in the morning and box lunch will be provided
   Morning session is open to public for published work and afternoon session is closed to collaborators for on-going research.
  • Jan 18th, 2016: Welcome dinner at LA Live (6:00pm)
  • Jan 19th, 2016: Dr. Zhijian Pei will give a NSF talk at GER 206 10-11:00 a.m.

Workshop Schedule on Jan 18th, 2016

Morning Session @ GER 206 (8:30-12:00pm) 

  • Dr. Qiang Huang: Foundation of Optimal Compensation of Three-dimensional Shape Deformation in Additive Manufacturing
  • Dr. Yong Chen: High-Precision Additive Manufacturing Processes – Design and Processing Perspective
  • Dr. Arman Sabbaghi: Model Building from Small Samples of Disparate Data in 3D Printing
  • Dr. Matthew Plumlee: Uncertainty quantification for computational models of physical processes
  • Dr. Hui Wang: Effect Equivalence Transformation and Transfer Learning in Engineering Systems
  • Dr. Jun Zeng (HP): Fulfillment fidelity challenges in 3D printing and computing and computational research opportunities 

Afternoon Session @ GER 206 (1:00-5pm):

  • Dr. Matthew Plumlee: Model Uncertainty Quantification of 3D Printing Process
  • Sobambo Sosina: Missing Data Treatment of Shape Deformation Modeling
  • Dr. Arman Sabbaghi and Dr. Qiang Huang:  Transferability of Causal Mechanisms via Equivalent Effects of Lurking Variables
  • Andi & Fugee:  Predictive Modeling and Compensation of Shape Deviations for Fused Deposition Modeling Processes under Different Printing Parameters.
  • Yuan Jin, He Yuan: On-going research on 3D shape deformation modeling and control