At Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), we are working toward a future of sustainable metals manufacturing to revolutionize the energy, automotive, and aerospace industries. Join us for a discussion on new manufacturing methods that have the potential to significantly decrease the energy used in manufacturing and deliver higher-performing components at a lower cost. A live Q&A session will follow the discussion.
|David Gotthold is a strategic advisor in advanced materials and manufacturing at PNNL, where his work helps to transition sustainable metals processing technologies from research to industrial applications.|
|Tim Skszek is an advisor to the Solid Phase Processing Science Initiative and the co-director of the Lightweight Materials (LightMAT) Consortium. He contributes to PNNL's vision and strategic direction for commercialization of solid-phase processes, as well as advanced manufacturing. Prior to joining PNNL, Skszek spent nearly 40 years in the automotive industry developing manufacturing processes and products to enable vehicle mass reduction that addressed fuel usage and environmental legislation.|