2017 - Freeform and Additive Manufacturing Excellence (FAME) Award
2012 - Member of the Royal Irish Academy
His primary areas of study are Rapid prototyping, Manufacturing engineering, Selective laser sintering, Advanced manufacturing and Composite material. His Rapid prototyping study frequently involves adjacent topics like 3D printing. His research investigates the connection between Manufacturing engineering and topics such as Manufacturing that intersect with problems in Integrated Computer-Aided Manufacturing and Systems engineering.
The various areas that Ian Gibson examines in his Integrated Computer-Aided Manufacturing study include Digital manufacturing, Production engineering and Process development execution system. Ian Gibson interconnects Design process, Process and Medical imaging in the investigation of issues within Selective laser sintering. Ian Gibson has included themes like Computer-integrated manufacturing and Engineering drawing in his Advanced manufacturing study.
Composite material, Rapid prototyping, Manufacturing engineering, Selective laser melting and Mechanical engineering are his primary areas of study. Many of his studies on Composite material involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Laser power scaling. His Rapid prototyping study often links to related topics such as Engineering drawing.
His Manufacturing engineering study incorporates themes from Manufacturing and Process. His work investigates the relationship between Selective laser melting and topics such as Surface roughness that intersect with problems in Surface finish and Taguchi methods. Machining and 3D printing are the core of his Mechanical engineering study.
Ian Gibson mainly investigates Selective laser melting, Composite material, Porosity, Laser power scaling and Surface roughness. His research integrates issues of Taguchi methods, Relative density, Corrosion, Current and Tribology in his study of Selective laser melting. His Laser power scaling research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ultimate tensile strength, Wetting, Thermal conductivity, Sintering and Capillary action.
The Surface roughness study combines topics in areas such as Surface finish and Machining. As part of the same scientific family, Ian Gibson usually focuses on Machining, concentrating on Hybrid machine and intersecting with Manufacturing engineering. In the subject of general Manufacturing engineering, his work in Design for additive manufacturing is often linked to Field, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His primary areas of study are Selective laser melting, Composite material, Laser power scaling, Porosity and Surface roughness. His Selective laser melting research incorporates elements of Relative density and Corrosion. His Microstructure and Texture study in the realm of Composite material connects with subjects such as Neutron diffraction.
His studies deal with areas such as Wetting, Rheology, Coupling and Ultimate tensile strength as well as Laser power scaling. His studies deal with areas such as Surface, Product, Scaffold and Chloride as well as Porosity. Ian Gibson works mostly in the field of Surface roughness, limiting it down to topics relating to Taguchi methods and, in certain cases, Machinability, Machining, Titanium alloy and Mechanical engineering.
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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.
Design for additive manufacturing: trends, opportunities, considerations, and constraints
Mary Kathryn Thompson;Giovanni Moroni;Tom Vaneker;Georges Fadel.
Cirp Annals-manufacturing Technology (2016)
Additive manufacturing: rapid prototyping comes of age
Ian Campbell;David L Bourell;Ian Gibson.
Rapid Prototyping Journal (2012)
Material properties and fabrication parameters in selective laser sintering process
Ian Gibson;Dongping Shi.
Rapid Prototyping Journal (1997)
The use of rapid prototyping to assist medical applications
I. Gibson;L.K. Cheung;S.P. Chow;W.L. Cheung.
Rapid Prototyping Journal (2006)
Advanced manufacturing technology for medical applications : reverse engineering, software conversion, and rapid prototyping
Effects of energy density on morphology and properties of selective laser sintered polycarbonate
H.C.H Ho;I Gibson;W.L Cheung.
Journal of Materials Processing Technology (1999)
Rapid prototyping for architectural models
Ian Gibson;Thomas Kvan;Ling Wai Ming.
Rapid Prototyping Journal (2002)
Biomimetic composite coating on rapid prototyped scaffolds for bone tissue engineering.
M. Tarik Arafat;Christopher X.F. Lam;Andrew K. Ekaputra;Siew Yee Wong.
Acta Biomaterialia (2011)
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