AM2 Research Affiliates are experts in smart manufacturing, materials and AI/data science.
The AM2 Program is open to all Texas A&M and AMIT faculty (including tenure, professional, instructional and research tracks), other researchers (including research scientists and postdoctoral researchers), and operations and administration staff and professionals, whose role and interests include Smart Manufacturing, Materials and AI/data science.
The AM2 initiative is led by Mohamed El Mansori of Arts et Métiers Institute of Technology, and Professors Satish Bukkapatnam of Texas A&M University and TEES Institute for Manufacturing Systems.
|Name||Position key||Department||College||Research key||Webpage|
|Hossein Ramezani-Dana||Affifiate faculty||MSMP||TAMU-AMIT||Materials- Material Characterization - Mechanical Properties - Polymers - Mechanical Behavior of Materials- Materials Processing -Microstructure- Material Characteristics - Finite Element Analysis - Advanced Materials|
|Mohamed EL Mansori||Affifiate faculty||MSMP||AMIT||Surface Characterization- Machining -Tribology -Coating -Mechanic Engineering- Composites- Additive Manufacturing- Surface Engineering - Automotive Industry -Materials|
|Ricardo Knoblauch||Senior Researchers||MSMP||TAMU-AMIT||Engineering Materials Science Physics and Astronomy Environmental Science|
|Satish Bukkapatnam||Affifiate faculty||Department of Biomedical Engineering||TESS||smart manufacturing Ultraprecision manufacturing Smart wearable sensors Process monitoring and prognostics Nonlinear and non|
AM² wishes to collaborate with industrial partners in the fields of smart manufacturing and materials, infused with Artificial Intelligence (AI) and data science for Industry 4.0.