An Overview of “3-D Printing” Technology (Brown Bag Talk)

Date: 

Thursday, January 16, 2014, 12:00pm to 1:00pm

See also: Brown Bag

The Program on Information Science is pleased to continue a series of brown bag lunch talks addressing topics from preservation storage technology, to University Library hiring practices, to "3D Printing," with speakers from MIT and beyond.

You're cordially invited to join us for the next installment:

Title: An Overview of “3-D Printing” Technology

Discussant: Matt Bernhardt, Web Developer, MIT Libraries

Location: E25-401

This session will provide an overview of 3-D printing and related digital fabrication technologies, highlight recent developments, and discuss the potential of libraries to collaborate in this area.

Information Science Brown Bag talks, hosted by the Program on Information Science, consists of regular discussions and brainstorming sessions on all aspects of information science and uses of information science and technology to assess and solve institutional, social and research problems. These are informal talks. Discussions are often inspired by real-world problems being faced by the lead discussant.