In today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, the former CEO of Carbon has joined the faculty of a prestigious university. Moving on, a 3D printing whiz and Tel Aviv professor has received a major US accolade. Finally, 3DChimera has been chosen to participate in the US Air Force’s Advanced Manufacturing Olympics.
Dr. Joseph DeSimone Joins Stanford Faculty Dr. Joseph M. DeSimone, Executive Chairman of the Board and Co-Founder, Carbon Award-winning 3D printing industry pioneer Dr. Joseph DeSimone , who co-founded Carbon nearly seven years ago and has also spent thirty years teaching at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and NC State University, announced that he has joined the faculty at Stanford University . While Dr. DeSimone left his role as President and CEO of Carbon last year, he is still the chairman of the board for the company, which he plans to continue while at the university […]
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