Advanced Manufacturing Pilot Facility

• The Advanced Manufacturing Pilot Facility (AMPF) opened on June 22, 2017, on the Georgia Tech campus at the intersection of 14th Street and Hemphill Avenue
• Boeing and Delta are currently the “anchor” sponsors
• Preparation of the AMPF business model is on-going
• Phase I space: ~20,000 square feet, and potentially 110,000 square feet within a 5-year time period
• Phase I focus technology areas: robot assisted assembly for aerospace structures, digital machining
• Phase II: will include additive manufacturing and advanced composite processing, joining and repair

The Latest News

  • Researchers from ISyE Partner with China’s SF Express on Data-driven Design of Logistics Networks

    As Shenzhen continues to rapidly grow and evolve as the high-tech hub of China, companies are looking for ways to improve their supply chains and logistics. This is where Georgia Tech comes in.

  • Georgia-Pacific Opens Center to Drive Supply Chain Innovation

  • 3D Printed Heart Valve (Phantom) Selected for Innovation Award

    TechConnect recently announced the annual TechConnect Innovation Awards. Among the winners is a project headed up by Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute (GTMI) researchers Chuck Zhang, Kan Wang and Ben Wang. The TechConnect Innovation Awards selects the top early-stage innovations from around the world through an industry-review process of the top 15% of annually submitted technologies into the TechConnect World Conference. Rankings are based on the potential positive impact the submitted technology will have on a specific industry sector.

    Zhang, who is a professor in the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE) and an affiliated faculty member with GTMI, K. Wang, a GTMI research engineer, and Ben Wang, the Executive Director of GTMI and a professor and Gwaltney Chair in Manufacturing Systems in ISyE, have been working a few years on perfecting ways to 3D print tissue-mimicking heart valves, also called phantoms, from an individual patient’s heart scan. The valves can emulate the disease and conditions that are present in the patient’s aorta. This can help doctors and surgeons explore treatment options and develop an optimum plan for surgery. The project also involves collaborators from Piedmont Heart Institute. 

  • Chi Receives IEEE CICC Best Paper Award

    Taiyun Chi, a recent ECE Ph.D. graduate, has been named as the recipient of the 2017 IEEE Custom Integrated Circuits Conference (CICC) Best Paper Award.

  • Tech Square Innovation Week Coming to Midtown Atlanta in May

  • Research Goes Global

    The latest issue of Georgia Tech Research Horizons magazine features an article entitled “Research Goes Global: Georgia Tech’s research roots extend worldwide, creating international business connections and giving students unique research, education, and work opportunities.” – From Georgia Tech-Lorraine to GT-Shenzhen, click on the link to learn more about Georgia Tech programs and research around the world. 

  • ISYE/CHHS Seminar - Professor Derya Demirtas

    Tuesday April, 17th Professor Derya Demirtas will present on public access defibrillator location under demand and supply uncertainty. Professor Demirtas is a visiting faculty in the Industrial and Systems Engineering and in the Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems at Georgia Tech. She is an assistant professor in the Department of Industrial Engineering and Business Information Systems at the University of Twente, the Netherlands. (Read more via the link above)

  • Robot Designed to Defend Factories Against Cyberthreats