David W. Rosen focuses on Manufacturing engineering, Systems engineering, Engineering design process, Process and Computer-integrated manufacturing. His work in the fields of Manufacturing engineering, such as Advanced manufacturing, intersects with other areas such as Term. His studies deal with areas such as New product development, Conceptual design and Flexibility as well as Systems engineering.
His Engineering design process research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Concurrent engineering, Mathematical optimization, Management science and Task. His study explores the link between Process and topics such as Engineering drawing that cross with problems in Stereolithography, Computer Aided Design, Automated reasoning, Expert system and Virtual prototyping. His Integrated Computer-Aided Manufacturing and Process development execution system study are his primary interests in Computer-integrated manufacturing.
David W. Rosen mainly investigates Manufacturing engineering, Engineering drawing, Systems engineering, Stereolithography and Process. David W. Rosen works mostly in the field of Manufacturing engineering, limiting it down to concerns involving Computer Aided Design and, occasionally, Engineering design process. His Systems engineering research incorporates themes from New product development, Conceptual design and Software engineering.
His work deals with themes such as Product design and Cloud-based design and manufacturing, which intersect with New product development. His studies in Stereolithography integrate themes in fields like Mold, Rapid prototyping, Process and Optics. His study in Computer-integrated manufacturing concentrates on Integrated Computer-Aided Manufacturing and Process development execution system.
His primary scientific interests are in Design for additive manufacturing, Mechanical engineering, Manufacturing engineering, Workflow and Composite material. In Design for additive manufacturing, David W. Rosen works on issues like Design methods, which are connected to Design for X, Designtheory and Production planning. The concepts of his Mechanical engineering study are interwoven with issues in Orders of magnitude, Deposition and Material properties.
His Manufacturing engineering study incorporates themes from Product architecture, Computer Aided Design, Hybrid machine and Process. His Workflow study also includes
His primary areas of study are Artificial intelligence, Process, Machine learning, Design for additive manufacturing and Shape-memory polymer. As a member of one scientific family, David W. Rosen mostly works in the field of Artificial intelligence, focusing on Design for manufacturability and, on occasion, Software engineering. His Process study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Bead, Variable, Industrial and production engineering, Set and Benchmark.
His Machine learning research integrates issues from Variety and Knowledge base. The Design for additive manufacturing study combines topics in areas such as Regression analysis, Data-driven, Industrial engineering and Design methods. His Artificial neural network research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Image processing, Brace and Process.
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Additive Manufacturing Technologies: Rapid Prototyping to Direct Digital Manufacturing
Ian Gibson;David W. Rosen;Brent Stucker.
Additive manufacturing technologies : 3D printing, rapid prototyping, and direct digital manufacturing
Ian Gibson;David Rosen;Brent Stucker.
Materials for additive manufacturing
David Bourell;Jean Pierre Kruth;Ming Leu;Gideon Levy.
Cloud manufacturing: Strategic vision and state-of-the-art☆
Dazhong Wu;Matthew John Greer;David W. Rosen;Dirk Schaefer.
Cloud-based design and manufacturing
Dazhong Wu;David W. Rosen;Lihui Wang;Dirk Schaefer.
Computer-Aided Design for Additive Manufacturing of Cellular Structures
David W. Rosen.
Implications of Modularity on Product Design for the Life Cycle
Patrick J. Newcomb;Bert Bras;David W. Rosen.
The Roadmap for Additive Manufacturing and Its Impact
David L. Bourell;David W. Rosen;Ming C. Leu.
A Brief History of Additive Manufacturing and the 2009 Roadmap for Additive Manufacturing: Looking Back and Looking Ahead
David L. Bourell;Ming C. Leu;David W. Rosen.
Design for Additive Manufacturing of Cellular Structures
Chen Chu;Greg Graf;David W. Rosen.
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