Future manufacturing systems
One of the most exciting developements in future manufacturing systems has been additive manufacturing – or 3D printing. Imperial College London is equipped to play a leading role in this ever-growing field. The current portfolio of our additive manufacturing research is varied and encompasses problems across the entire design-to-end-use-product chain.
Dr Cecilia Mattevi is a Royal Society University Research Fellow in the Department of Materials at Imperial College London since October 1, 2012. Her research interests centre on science and engineering of novel 2D atomically thin materials to enable applications in energy conversion and energy storage. Mattevi’s research group focuses on the precise synthesis of 2D materials and their three-dimensional structuring in the form of miniaturized devices to address pressing challenges in energy storage devices and energy conversion systems.
Cecilia was awarded the 3DAddChip ERC-Consolidator Grant in 2018.