Alex Stiles, a graduate student working at the Fibers and Composites Manufacturing Facility, discusses the capabilities of the facility and its unique partnership with IACMI and Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Dakota Landrie, a Marine Corps veteran and UT undergraduate student, talks about working on high speed impact of composites.
Four Tickle College of Engineering undergraduate students describe their experience as engineering students at the University of Tennessee and discuss the resources and opportunities available at the college.
Jared Hughes, a graduate student working at the facility, discusses the basics of the injection molding process, his research in the field, and the FCMF’s capabilities.
Komal Kooduvalli, research supervisor for the university and ORNL, explains the FCMF’s research into natural fibers and the embodied energy associated with the products the facility produces.
Hicham Ghossein, a graduate student working with FCMF, talks about a project done in conjunction with Magnum Venus Products who donated a snow sled mold for the facility to use.
Cody Knight, an undergraduate researcher at the facility, discusses what it’s like to be an undergraduate researcher for FCMF.