News

Education, Lightweight Materials, Materials, Workforce

The United States is facing a severe manufacturing workforce shortage. To tackle the nation’s skills gap, IACMI and the University of Tennessee at Knoxville are bringing the technology and training directly to the people who need it.

Teachers and instructors in East Tennessee and beyond are learning essential machining skills at the University of...

Composites, Workforce

IACMI hosted its Summer 2022 Members Meeting in Salt Lake City June 28-30 in partnership with the Utah Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Initiative (UAMMI), as well as sponsors American Chemistry Council Plastics Division, Dassault Systèmes, TPI Composites, Composites One, Berndorf, Vartega and the Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Opportunity...

Events

Go to Manufacturing Day 2022

Manufacturing Day 2022

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United States

Go to 13th International Conference on Sandwich Structures

13th International Conference on Sandwich Structures

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University of Tennessee, Knoxville (UT).
Knoxville, TN 37996
United States

Go to 13th International Conference on Sandwich Structures

13th International Conference on Sandwich Structures

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The University of Tennessee
Knoxville, TN
United States

External News

Murfreesboro Post
Composites, Defense, Workforce

Eastern Florida State College (EFSC) is newest home to an advanced composites learning center designed to educate and train composites technicians to support Florida's Space Coast manufacturing region.

Led by the Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation, or IACMI-The Composites Institute®, the national workforce initiative is part...

Our Network @ Work

Chart depicting the innovation valley of death on the technology readiness level scale.
Artificial Intelligence, Biomanufacturing, Fabrics, Innovation, Manufacturing, Photonics, Public Private Partnerships, Robotics

The U.S. outspends other nations in research and development and continues to lead the world in innovations and inventions. However, new products are often “stranded in the lab” when we don't have the manufacturing capability, or get developed in other countries such as China, Germany, and South Korea that invest more aggressively in manufacturing...