Ergin Erdem, PhD
Associate Professor of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
Robert Morris University
Dr. Ergin Erdem joined Robert Morris University in the Fall of 2014 as an Assistant Professor of Engineering with a concentration in Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering. Prior to joining Robert Morris University, he held the position of Graduate Teaching and Research Assistant. Additionally, he conducted various projects with Veteran engineering Resource Center while working as research associate at North Dakota State University. Dr. Ergin Erdem obtained his B.S. and M.S. degrees from Middle East Technical University in Turkey and PhD from North Dakota State University. His teaching interests include manufacturing processes and operations management. He has been an active researcher in the areas of process optimization of the filament extrusion for the downstream additive manufacturing processes, digital light processing technology, cost analysis of the 3D printing applications, renewable energy modeling, operations management in healthcare systems, RFID applications for cold chains and providing pedigree for pharmaceutical products, heuristic applications in optimization. He has served as reviewer in journals such as the IEEE Transactions on Power systems and Journal of Renewable Energy.
Impact of Number of Grinding Passes and Wax Additive Content on the Characteristics of High-Density Polyethylene Filaments
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