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Projects/Programs

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Digital Thread for Manufacturing

Ongoing
The Digital Thread for Manufacturing project will deliver methods, protocols, and tools for developing, conformance testing, increasing user-awareness, and

Digital Thread for Smart Manufacturing

Completed
The Digital Thread for Smart Manufacturing Systems project will deliver methods and protocols that extend and complete the digital thread for information

Electronic Material Characterization

Ongoing
To provide the necessary information for electronic material manufacturers to predict how and when failures will occur and enable lifetime analysis appropriate

Emergency Response Robots

Ongoing
Emergency responders risk life and limb interacting with known hazards to protect the public, rescue potential victims, and enhance the resilience of

Extended Digital Thread

Ongoing
The Extended Digital Thread (EDT) project will deliver standards, methods, protocols and tools to enable interoperability of significantly more product and

Extreme Atom Probe Tomography

Ongoing
NIST is engaged in a joint effort between the Material Measurement Laboratory (MML) and the Physical Measurement Laboratory (PML) aimed at revolutionizing 3D

Indoor Localization and Tracking

Completed
This web page is simply a pointer to another page that covers the extensive research program in indoor localization and tracking at NIST.

Knowledge Extraction and Application

Ongoing
The Knowledge Extraction and Application (KEA) project will contribute to standards and test methods that normalize models, methods, and technologies for

AM Machine and Process Qualification

Ongoing
Machines and processes used to produce critical components for defense, aerospace, and medical applications must first be formally qualified. While

Marciniak Multiaxial Testing

Ongoing
A novel method for measuring multiaxial stress-strain curves in sheet metal has been designed based on a modified Marciniak punch stretching geometry. Since the