Christopher Immer works in industrializing cutting edge technology at GE Research. For the past several years he has worked in Additive Manufacturing, Direct Metal Laser Melting, in the areas of machine, sensor, controls, and system development. He is Principal Investigator for the America Makes Acceleration of Large-Scale Additive Manufacturing (ALSAM) program where the team has developed an open-source Concept Laser/GE M2 machine with advanced sensing and control capabilities for the Air Force Research Labs. Chris has worked in the areas of Superconducting MRI Magnet development, Financial Quantitative Modeling, Wind Turbine Controls, and Combustion Test in his time at GE Research. Previously Chris worked in the space program at Kennedy Space Center integrating new technology into launch and landing of space vehicles. Chris holds a Ph.D. in Experimental Condensed Matter Physics, an M.S. in Physics, a B.S. in Physics and a B.S. in Mathematics from Florida State University.
Christopher Immer, PhD
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