Careers in 3D Printing: Panel & Networking Event


Ever considered a career in the field of 3D Printing? Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn directly from experts about career possibilities in the field of 3D printing! You’ll hear about the expert panelists’ careers, how they entered their field, advice for students wishing to pursue careers in 3D printing, what the future of the industry looks like, and challenges facing the industry. Students will also have opportunities to ask questions during both the panel presentation and networking session.

Thursday, February 20, 2020 at the Advanced Technology Lab (Bldg. 7)

·         4:10 to 5:30 pm – Panel Presentation with industry experts (see list below)

·         5:30 to 6:30 pm – Casual networking with panelists

·         Food provided to the first 50 students!

You are welcome to attend all or as much of the event as you can (no RSVP required). If you can’t make the panel, please join us for the networking portion!

Expert Panelists:

Erika Berg (Aerospace Engineering alum), Head of Application Development at Carbon 3D

Andrew Furmidge (Mechanical Engineering alum), Mechanical Engineer at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Luke Haylock, World Wide Director of New Product Development at Arconic Fastening Systems

Jason Reynolds (Industrial Technology alum), Owner of Jinxbot 3D Printing LLC

David Zilar (AERO alum), Co-Founder & COO at Mantis Composites

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