New thinking about manufacturing. Putting those new ideas into practice today. Educating the manufacturing leaders of tomorrow.
Algorithm helps to correct 3D printing errors
Dr. Sebastian Pattinson and Douglas Brion of the IfM’s Complex Additive Materials Group have developed a machine learning algorithm that can detect and correct a wide variety of different errors in real time.
Latest IfM Review out now
Issue 13 of the IfM Review is now available. This edition explains just how much the IfM approach applies to healthcare, as well as including all the latest exciting work from across the institute, spanning our technology, management and policy activities.
IfM students and staff awarded ‘Covid Stars’ for efforts during pandemic
In recognition of working with Addenbrooke’s and Papworth hospitals during the pandemic, Cambridge University Hospitals have awarded 31 ‘Covid stars’ to IfM staff and students.
- 05OctOpen course The new era of customer experience: Optimising engagement across digital, physical and social channels
- 03Nov[ONLINE EVENT] Cambridge Service Alliance Industry Day
- 01Dec[ONLINE EVENT] Open Innovation Forum Food, Drink & FMCG Pitching Event 2022
Top ten articles
- IfM students help to turn 100-year-old bakery into thriving online business
- From idea to patient: the IfM approach to healthcare
- How can knowledge be shared better across the NHS?
- How strategic roadmapping can signpost the route to the future
- The UK Innovation Report 2022
- Simpler than it looks: Discovering the Shoestring approach to digital manufacturing
- Putting new healthcare technology to effective use: wearables for therapeutic cancer treatment
- Open innovation: Solving IP challenges for SMEs
- What, how and when to automate
- New manufacturing approaches to affordable healthcare