The Interdisciplinary Center for Advanced Manufacturing Systems (ICAMS) at Auburn University is an important resource for small and medium manufacturers throughout the southeastern United States. Established in 2018, ICAMS offers the equipment, space and expertise to train and educate students and industry personnel in advanced manufacturing technologies. ICAMS’ efforts focus on reducing the barriers inhibiting the introduction of advanced manufacturing systems (e.g, the implementation of Industry 4.0 technologies) in small and medium manufacturing operations.


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The workshop included discussions on modern machine data flow using MTConnect Standard Methods, traditional and collaborative industrial robots, exoskeletons to support Industry 4.0 workers, and demonstrations.

ICAMS hosts Industry 4.0 Workshop

Peter Liu, left, recently received an NSF CAREER award to support his research into deep learning's application in predicting fatigue performance in additive manufacturing.

ISE assistant professor earns NSF CAREER Award for AM deep learning

Through the Bird Inc. activity, Cranston assists students in producing a decoy owl through a fictional company. He teaches the students that every manufacturing company requires employees who serve different roles, from sales to engineering.

ICAMS teams with Bird Inc. to prepare middle schoolers for the future