The Institute for Defense and Business (IDB) will be here on Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015 for an all day seminar covering Concurrent Design for Sustainability (by Dr. Paul Cohen), Managing Life Cycle Uncertainty (by Dr. Russell King), and Additive Manufacturing Technology and Trends (by Dr. Ola Harrysson). A tour of the CAMAL facilities will be included, naturally.
The day spent with us is part of a week long Life Cycle Leadership Program that IDB has been putting on for several years for its member companies. We have valued our association with the IDB from the very beginning, and always look forward to their day long visits. It’s a great opportunity for program participants to see where the state of the art is in additive manufacturing, and a great opportunity for us to interact with people that have their feet firmly on the ground when it comes to solving real world problems and meeting real world challenges.
This time around we will be introducing our visitors to the new and dramatically improved Talley Student Center. It’s a fabulous venue; a near match for The Hunt Library! A few pictures tell a part of the Talley story:
These few shots and the home page photo give a hint at how Talley looks now. The meeting rooms are wonderful, too. Talley should be a destination point for any visit to N.C. State in the future.