The Marine Additive Manufacturing Centre of Excellence (MAMCE) at the University of New Brunswick, in collaboration with AddWorks™️, will present a webinar on metal additive manufacturing. Join us for a value-added event to discover how additive technology can work for all manufacturing sectors. This webinar is open to all Atlantic Canadian businesses, manufacturers, and students interested in learning how additive manufacturing can improve processes, efficiencies and add value to industry supply chains. Through this comprehensive webinar, you will learn about trends in additive manufacturing, how to bring ideas to production in an additive environment, and the available technologies and tools for additive manufacturing. You will also have the opportunity to ask your questions and hear from some of the leaders in additive manufacturing.
The business of additive manufacturing and how to create value
- Overview of additive technology and trends
- Best practices to identify additive applications
- Considerations to scale to additive production
- Case studies in additive manufacturing
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Director of Marine Additive Manufacturing Centre of Excellence
University of New Brunswick
Dr. Mohsen Mohammadi is currently an Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Director of Marine Additive Manufacturing Centre of Excellence at the University of New Brunswick. He received his PhD from University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario.
He then joined Canmet MATERIALS and the University of Waterloo as Visiting Scientist and Postdoctoral Fellow, respectively. The main areas of research of Professor Mohammadi are “Metal Additive Manufacturing”, “Additive Repair”, and “Hybrid Additive Manufacturing.” Dr. Mohammadi is leading significant projects on metal 3D printing in marine, defense, energy, and aerospace sectors.
Director of Programs & Innovation
University of New Brunswick
Dr. Cyr is the Director of Programs & Innovation at MAMCE. The additive manufacturing revolution is interrupting the notion of engineering and design dictating a world of parts and assemblies. Moving from synthesis to growth, additive manufacturing, along with computational advancements in machine learning and the internet of things, is opening new avenues in technology and design, changing the way we interact with our world. As MAMCE's Director of Programs & Innovation, Dr. Cyr is discovering new opportunities and challenges of the role of additive manufacturing in engineering and design for defense, aerospace, and marine industries.
At UNB, Dr. Cyr's research has focused on microstructure characterization and modeling of 3D printed metals, and cognitive design for additive manufacturing in aerospace, marine, and defense applications. Outside of work, Dr. Cyr is an avid curler and is on the Board of Directors at the Capital Winter Club in Fredericton.
Technical Commercial Consultant
Sid Raje is the Technical Sales focal for the Eastern United States Region at GE Additive. In this role, he works with the GE Additive commercial team and customers to support technical inquiries related to AM, helps develop account strategies and provides cohesive product solutions across the GE Additive machines, powders, print services, & engineering consulting offerings.
Sid joined GE Additive in 2017 as an applications design engineer. Since then, he has worked on several additive design engagements in the healthcare and aerospace industry segments. More recently, he has been focused on the discovery phase of the customer additive journey by delivering customer training/workshops and leading B&P efforts.
Prior to joining GE, Sid worked for a rotorcraft OEM, and has a mechanical design background in the aerospace industry. Sid holds an MBA from The University of Texas and a BSME from The Georgia Institute of Technology.
Ryan began his career with GE Additive in 2017 working at GE Additive’s Center for Additive Technology Advancement (CATA) in Pittsburgh, PA. During his time there, Ryan worked to transition several of GE’s businesses’ traditionally manufactured hardware into additively manufactured prototypes, while gaining a deep understanding of the DMLM printing process with a focus on design.
After transitioning to GE Additive’s AddWorks consulting team in 2018, Ryan brought along the skills he developed while serving various GE businesses and worked to apply them to serve external customers. After moving on to the GE Additive Cincinnati site in 2020, Ryan continues to serve GE Additive’s customers by developing and instructing various training modules in addition to helping customers to transition their hardware to additive.