Dr. Ed Morse
Co-Chair of PrecisionPath Consortium ;
Professor, UNC Charlotte, Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Science Department
Edward Morse received his PhD from Cornell University, and is a tenured full Professor at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. His current research interests include large scale metrology, assembly modeling and analysis, machine tool metrology, uncertainty estimation and analysis, tolerance standards and modeling, and various aspects of computational metrology. Dr. Morse is a member of several ASME standards committees for tolerancing and metrology, and chairs ASME's B89 committee on Dimensional Metrology.
Wednesday, October 23, 2:35pm - 3:05pm
PrecisionPath Consortium Presents a Technology Roadmap for Large-scale Manufacturing
The Coordinate Metrology Society teamed with UNC Charlotte to establish the PrecisionPath Consortium for Large-Scale Manufacturing. This industry-driven group of manufacturers, science laboratories and academia worked to identify and prioritize the technology needs of the aerospace, defense, energy, and other industries that produce large-scale, high accuracy parts and products. Dr. Morse will discuss the Technology Roadmap for Large-Scale Manufacturing, which captured the results of this research and value insights from professionals in the field. PrecisionPath Team leaders and participants of each working group contributed a large body of research on technologies, drivers, usage applications, and other critical areas of study.