Krüss joins the Institute of Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation

As 2019 begins, Krüss Scientific Instruments, announces its membership with the Institute of Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation (IACMI). This organization is a partnership between academic institutions, industry, and multi-level government entities across the United States, working together to enhance the nation’s economic efficiency.

Collaborative Solutions Corporation (CSC), a not-for-profit organization, was originally established by the University of Tennessee Research Foundation and currently manages the Institute.

John Hopkins, the CEO of IACMI stated:

“The Composites Institute is proud to add Krüss to our thriving membership community of over 150 organizations. This collaboration supports IACMI’s mission to provide production-relevant environments for innovation to reach our goals of creating lowcost, energy-efficient manufacturing of composites for domestic and international growth.”

Together, Krüss and IACMI’s extensive network will engage in strategic project development to further research and opportunities in the ever-invasive world of surface science. Krüss Scientific Instruments, Inc’s Head of Applications, Frederick Fiddler, stated:

“I look forward to innovative possibilities that will result from our partnership and interactions within IACMI. Our expertise and knowledge in surface science when combined with the wealth of industry challenges and experiences of the other IACMI members will result in smarter manufacturing and overall better products for the future.”

Krüss will attend the 2019 Member’s Meeting in Indianapolis. The meeting will showcase the technical advances of the institute, highlight member successes, discuss workforce development projects, and more. Additionally, IACMI will unveil the newly developed Manufacturing Design Lab at Purdue University for the first time.

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