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Congratulations to the following students who won an NSF-sponsored SFF Symposium Fee Waiver!!

Adeola  Adediran, University of Tennessee at Knoxville
Christine Ajinjeru, University of Tennessee at Knoxville
Jared Allison, The University of Texas at Austin
Amirhesam Amerinatanzi, University of Toledo
Yun Bai, Virginia Tech
TJ Barton, Brigham Young University
Amrita Basak , Georgia Institute of Technology
Diego Bermudez, The University of Texas at El Paso
Niechen Chen, Iowa State University
Qian Chen, University of Pittsburgh
Lin Cheng, University of Pittsburgh
Jose Luis Coronel, The University of Texas at El Paso
Emily Curtis, University of Nebraska at Lincoln
Vinay Damodaran, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Obehi Georgina  Dibua, The University of Texas at Austin
Amber Dressler, The University of Texas at Austin
Mohamed Eldakroury, Iowa State University
Md Omar Faruk Emon, University of Akron
Luis Escano, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Keyton Feller, University of Wisconsin-Platteville
Michelle Gegel, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Hamid Ghaednia, Auburn University
Hengfeng Gu, North Carolina State University
Qilin  Guo, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Haitham Hadidi, University of Nebraska at Lincoln
Deborah Hagen, The University of Texas at Austin
Haiyang He, University of Illinois at Chicago
Li He, The University of Iowa
Blake Heller, Baylor University
Nadim Hmeidat, University of Tennessee at Knoxville
Nicholas Holt, University of Arkansas
Yingbin Hu, Texas Tech University
Ahmadrez Jahadakbar, University of Toledo
Jie Jin, University of Southern California
Kubra Karayagiz, Texas A&M University
Dorcas Kawessa, The Pennsylvania State University
Brett Kelly, University of California at Berkeley
Carter Keough, North Carolina State University
Mojtaba Khanzadeh , Mississippi State University
Ali Khoshkhoo, Auburn University
Dong Sung Kim, Texas A&M University
Caitlin Kriewall, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Srikumar Krishnamoorthy, Texas Tech University
Thao Le, Arizona State University
Christopher Ledford, North Carolina State University
Chao Li, The University of Alabama
Cindy (Xiangjia) Li, University of Southern California
Peipei Li, Cornell University
Wei Li, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Xuxiao Li, University of Utah
Yingqi Li, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Ziye Liu, The University of Alabama
Lu Lu, University of Illinois at Chicago
Rasool Mazruee Sebdani, Clarkson University
Gerardo Mazzei Capote, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Hadi Miyanaji, Louisville
Jacob Morgan, The Pennsylvania State University
Thomas Mulholland, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Paromita Nath, Vanderbilt University
Sagar Navle, Texas State University
Clayton Neff, University of South Florida
Fuda Ning, Texas Tech University
Hadis Nouri, University of Southern California
Justin Nussbaum, University of South Florida
Cody Pack, University of Tennessee at Knoxville
Dishit Parekh, North Carolina State University
Alex Pawlowski, University of Tennessee at Knoxville
Jonathan Pegues, Auburn University
Tim Phillips, The University of Texas at Austin
Srikanthan Ramesh, Iowa State University
Chris Roberts, The University of Texas at Austin
Nilabh Roy, The University of Texas at Austin
Yiyu Shen, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Sanchita Sheth, The University of Texas at Arlington
Subin Shrestha, University of Louisville
Ritika Sibal, University of Michigan
Derek Siddel, University of Tennessee at Knoxville
Myranda Spratt, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Dongwei Sun, University of Utah
Austin Sutton, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Mohsen Taheri Andani, University of Michigan
Gustavo Tapia, Texas A&M University
Samantha Taylor, The University of Texas at Austin
Ajith Ukwattage, Clarkson University
Trevor Verdonik, Lehigh University
Zhaogui Wang, Baylor University
Maria Withrow, North Carolina State University
Sarah Wolff, Northwestern University
Jiangtao Wu, Georgia Institute of Technology
Yan Wu, University of Louisville
Yeming Xian, Georgia Institute of Technology
Aref Yadollahi, Mississippi State University
Hang Ye, University at Buffalo
Xinchang Zhang, Missouri University of Science and Technology

The 28th Annual International Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium - An Additive Manufacturing Conference will be held in Austin TX on August 7-9, 2017.  The meeting is a major high-level research conference dealing with all aspects of Additive Manufacturing.  The FINAL program for  this year's meeting is in two parts, the front matter and the abstracts. A one-page "program at a glance" is also available now.  We have had a number of changes in the program after it went to press, so please check out the Addendum.  All these materials are available in print for pick up at the registration The meeting has grown significantly over the years. We anticipate 650-700 attendees at this year’s conference, including about 90 graduate students receiving NSF sponsored registration fee waivers. A total of over 500 presentations will be given, including about 50 posters for the Tuesday afternoon poster session. Last year’s Conference Proceedings included 197 papers and was over 2500 pages. The meeting is organized by a local organizing committee from The University of Texas at Austin. For more detailed information, please see the “Information” tab on this webpage.

For our “veteran” attendees, there are some changes from recent years.  The meeting will be held at the Hilton Austin Hotel (500 East 4th St) in the downtown area, about 1 mile south of the university.  A block of hotel rooms is being held at a special rate.  The Sunday night and Monday night social events will take place.  Please see the “Events” tab for more information.  Tuesday evening is now a free evening.  There will instead be on Tuesday only an informal lunch at the conference site near the meeting rooms.

The Award Selection Committee, chaired by Dr. Chad Duty at the University of Tennessee, has made the 2017 selections for the Freeform and Additive Manufacturing Excellence (FAME) awards.  The young researcher award recipient is Dr. Allison Beese from Pennsylvania State University.  The senior FAME Award winner is Dr. Ian Gibson from Deakin University in Victoria, Australia.  The recipients will be recognized Monday evening, August 7, at the conference Awards Banquet.

NOTE:  The Hilton has extended the preferred room rate cutoff date to July 24.  Please make your room reservations quickly!!

IMPORTANT DATES

April 17         Abstract Deadline

May 1           Guaranteed Consideration Deadline for FAME Award Nominations

June 30        Manuscript (Review Option) Deadline [See Manuscripts Section]

August 1       All Manuscript Reviews Due (Review Option)

August 31     Deadline for Submission of Revised Manuscripts (Reviewed Option) AND  Non-Reviewed Manuscripts

November 15  Proceedings Mail Out (Electronic Form)

 

Contact: dbourell@mail.utexas.edu