University of Wisconsin – Madison
Tom Mulholland obtained a B.S. and an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Wisconsin – Madison. He then worked for two years at the Institute for the Plastic and Rubber Research and Training, an institute in Colombia that develops applied research and consulting projects for the plastics and rubber industry there. During this time, he worked on a variety of projects, from energy efficiency in injection molding to novel techniques for foamed structures, product development, and technology analysis using world patent databases. He is currently pursuing a PhD under Professor Natalie Rudolph at the University of Wisconsin – Madison in the area of additive manufacturing with thermally conductive materials. He also helps to advise, organize, and support the different projects in the research group as the Chief Engineer.