Levi Kirby AMPRL

Critical research continues at the Iowa Technology Institute

While University of Iowa campus activities have largely gone virtual in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, research at the Iowa Technology Institute is among the critical functions approved to proceed in person.
Seed Funding

ITI seed grants empower researchers to reach for new knowledge

A seed grant program launched by University of Iowa Technology Institute (ITI) to empower researchers to develop new theories, concepts, and approaches has been leveraged to secure externally funded research grants to advance knowledge and ultimately benefit society.
Student working with 3D printer

AMPRL Lab researcher earns prestigious graduate scholarship

Levi Kirby, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering and a graduate research assistant for the University of Iowa Technology Institute, has received the E. Wayne Kay Graduate Scholarship from the Society for Manufacturing Engineers (SME).
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ITI research assistant wins Graduate College Fellowship

Mingyu Cai won a Graduate College Post-Comprehensive Research Fellowship for the Fall 2020 semester.
3D printed composite

Song collaborates with Iowa State professor to win Defense Department competition

Xuan Song leads a team that will develop a new additive manufacturing (also known as 3D printing) technique and nano additives to achieve next-generation energetic composites with highly tunable sensitivity and performance.