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Dr. Patrick Fink, Chief Technologist, Wireless Communication Systems Branch, Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX

Dr. Patrick Fink leads technology development of radio frequency identification (RFID) systems. The RFID technology will support NASA’s efforts to track its various inventories on the International Space Station, from personal supplies to equipment components. A new smart container innovation tracks individual items, regardless of placement.

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10-Minute Tech Talk: Design for Selective Laser Sintering

Designing for industrial-grade 3D printing has fewer considerations than traditional manufacturing processes. However, elements such as surface finish, feature size, and build orientation can impact part performance.

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The High Frontier: In-Space Manufacturing at NASA MSFC

A presentation on additive manufacturing (AM) capabilities and applications at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) will highlight the Center’s history in 3D printing. Find out about the latest AM technologies in use at NASA MSFC, how they work, and how they are being utilized to further NASA’s efforts to create a sustainable, lower-cost launch capability.

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Emerging Trends in Bioabsorbable Vascular Scaffolds

Extensive development efforts towards a Bioabsorbable Vascular Scaffold (BVS) as a clinically superior therapy for the treatment of coronary and peripheral artery disease continues around the world. As advancement continues, engineers are tasked to create a BVS with thinner struts. Additionally, as the utility for BVS based therapies outside the coronary vasculature is explored, an additional host of challenges is likely to be uncovered.

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Technical Webinar Series from the Editors of SAE: Intelligent Machine Control

In conjunction with SAE As it continues to get harder and harder to find skilled off-highway equipment operators, and equipment is tasked to do more and more, engineers have stepped up to the challenge by designing system solutions that not only think for themselves but also enable streamlined operation that contributes to 24/7 productivity.

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TGDI Technology and Higher Performing Lubricants

Industry experts offer insight into one of the passenger car industry’s most impactful powertrain strategies: turbocharged gasoline direct injection (TGDI) technology. The global demand for TGDI engines is increasing as emission regulations become more stringent, consumer expectations for vehicle performance shift, and industry demand for fuel economy grows. In this 60-minute Webinar, experts from the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute, Honeywell Transportation Systems – Turbo Technologies, Southwest Research Institute, and Lubrizol Additives discuss TGDI technology and advanced lubricants that enable fuel efficiency, performance, and durability. An audience Q&A follows the technical presentations.

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Predict Internal-Combustion Engine Performance and Emissions with Confidence

In conjunction with SAE Designing new high-efficiency, low-emissions IC engines presents technical challenges that are often dominated by the chemical kinetics that occur during combustion. Consequently, simulations of combustion for enhanced engine designs need accurate fuel-combustion chemistry and combustion models.

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