Archives—September 2015

Employment: VP Production

Looking for a seasoned production professional to head operation of our DMLM production facility. DMLM is

3-D printing in metal. We operate 10 state of the art machines from 3 different OEM’s. We provide prototype

and manufacturing services to the Aerospace, Medical, and Industrial Industries.

Individual should be well versed in operations, including ERP, Quality and Engineering.

We support this position with an excellent team of stabile and qualified individuals, and offer a competitive

compensation package.

More Information: Indeed_VPofProduction-PDF


Employment: Engineering Manager

Looking for an Engineering Manager to lead technical activities associated with our DMLM production facility.

DMLM is 3-D printing in metal. We operate 10 state of the art machines from 3 different OEM’s. We provide

prototype and manufacturing services to the Aerospace, Medical, and Industrial Industries.

Individual should be well versed in Engineering fundamentals, metals (including heat treatment) and quality

systems such that they will become the subject-matter-expert on DMLM at GPI.

We support this position with an excellent team of stabile and qualified individuals, and offer a competitive

compensation package.

More information Indeed-Engineering_Manager PDF



MSE News Briefs

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Joshua Pearce (MSE/ECE) co-authored “Photovoltaic System Performance Enhancement With Nontracking Planar Concentrators: Experimental Results and Bidirectional Reflectance Function (BDRF)-Based Modeling” published in the IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics.
Graduate students Negin Heidari (ECE) and Jephias Gwamuri (MSE) co-authored a paper with Joshua Pearce (MSE/ECE) titled “Impact of Snow and Ground Interference on Photovoltaic Electric System Performance,” published in the IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics.

Joshua Pearce (MSE/ECE) co-authored “Feeding Everyone: Solving the Food Crisis in Event of Global Catastrophes that Kill Crops or Obscure the Sun” in the journal Futures. Joshua Pearce (MSE/ECE) was interviewed for CBC in October on feeding everyone in the event of catastrophe. Pearce’s research in low concentration solar photovoltaic technology was also covered widely by the international media including the Epoch Times and the EE Times in Europe and India.

Research on distributed manufacturing with 3D printers in isolated communities co-authored by undergraduate mechanical engineering student Nick Anzalone and Joshua Pearce (MSE/ECE), was quoted extensively in Vedomosti (Ведомости, translated literally “The Record”), the largest Russian financial newspaper.

Joshua Pearce (MSE/ECE) gave a plenary presentation “Making Open Hardware the New Standard in Science” at the 2015 Open Hardware Summit, Saturday in Philadelphia. The summit was sponsored by the Open Source Hardware Association.

Graduate students Tony Pinar (ECE) and Bas Wijnen (MSE) collaborated with Jerry Anzalone (MSE), Tim Havens(ECE), Paul Sanders (MSE) and Joshua. Pearce (MSE) on a paper titled: Low-cost Open-Source Voltage and Current Monitor for Gas Metal Arc Weld 3-D Printing published in the Journal of Sensors.

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