The RPC has over 20 people focused on Additive Manufacturing to support research and development programs, industrial services, and provide student instruction in the application of these new technologies. The three faculty research engineers and RPC technical staff have over 100 years of experience in AM. Other staff resources include an administrator, technicians, post-doctoral, doctoral, and graduate students. The role of technology transfer and new business development is fueled by interaction with the industrial consortium members and emphasizes the utilization of University resources to enhance job growth. Users gain access to the problem-solving technology as well as continuing research in Additive Manufacturing. Benefits also include access to UofL’s Speed School of Engineering graduates- engineers of the future with training in this state of the art technology.

Tom Starr

Assistant Director, AMIST
(502) 852-1073

Tim Gornet

Manager, AMIST Core Facility
(502) 852-0714

Gary Graf

Coordinator of Engineering Technical Services

(502) 852-0848

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Ed Tackett

Director, AM Education

(502) 852-0848

Teresa Rohr

Administrative Specialist
(502) 852-7599