Gregory W. Vogl received the Bachelor’s degree in Engineering Science and Mechanics and Master’s degree and Ph.D. in Engineering Mechanics from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University of Blacksburg, Virginia, USA in 2000, 2003, and 2006, respectively. He designed, fabricated, and experimented on microelectromechanical systems as a National Research Council Postdoctoral Researcher at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). He then joined the Production Systems Group at NIST, in which he worked on standards development for machine tools and vibration metrology for accelerometers. Dr. Vogl is currently a member of the Monitoring, Diagnostics, and Prognostics for Manufacturing Operations (MDP4MO) project, which seeks to develop methodologies, protocols, and reference datasets to enable robust real-time diagnostics and prognostics for smart manufacturing systems. He develops sensor-based solutions for on-machine and real-time health assessment of machine tool linear axes and spindles. For his contributions, Dr. Vogl is the recipient of a NIST Engineering Laboratory Mentoring Award and NIST Colleagues’ Choice Award.
Patent (U.S. Patent Number: 11,085,793) as Inventor for “Inertial Measurement Unit and Diagnostic System” (2021)
Certificate of Achievement for journal paper, “A review of diagnostic and prognostic capabilities and best practices for manufacturing” (2019), being “One of 2020’s Top Cited JIM Research Articles” in the Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing
Honorable Mention in America Makes “Fit 2 Face” mask design challenge (2020)
2019 NIST Colleagues’ Choice Award
2017 EL Mentoring Award
2016 NIST Foundations of Leadership Program graduate