Shaw Feng, PhD
Senior Researcher in Mechanical Engineering
Shaw Feng is a mechanical engineer working in the Systems Integration Division in the Engineering Laboratory at NIST. His research work is focused on manufacturing metrology, specifically in the following fields: additive manufacturing, dimensional metrology and quality, manufacturing process performance measurement, and tolerances for three-dimensional (3D) models. In recent years, he has been working on Additive Manufacturing (AM) data registration and analytics. Shaw Feng’s standardization work includes AM data registration, inspection planning rules as part of the Quality Information Framework standard, key performance indicators for sustainable manufacturing, and 3D tolerances in Product Data Exchange standard. Shaw has received awards from both ASTM E60 Sustainability and Digital Metrology Standardization Consortium for his outstanding leadership and significant contributions. Shaw also received three U.S. Department of Commerce Bronze Medals. Shaw has numerous publications in additive manufacturing, quality information framework, sustainable manufacturing, process planning, and product lifecycle engineering. Recently, Shaw received the SME 2021 Eli Whitney Productivity Award for the impact made on cost savings in manufacturing industries. Shaw gave keynote and invited presentations in international conferences, and he is a sought-after speaker.
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