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Shaw C Feng (Fed)

Mechnical Engineer

Dr. Shaw C. Feng is a mechanical engineer in the Life Cycle Engineering Group in  the Systems Integration Division of the Engineering Laboratory at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Shaw has been working on manufacturing metrology with the focus on lifecycle engineering for additive manufacturing. Shaw has developed data models, including meta data, for structuring sensor data from in-situ and ex-situ measurements. He has developed data registration methods for product and process qualification within ASTM F42.08 Additive Manufacturing Data. He also identified functional requirements for data analytics tools to predict quality of parts. Previously, he led the inspection rules working group in Quality Information Framework (QIF) standardization and received a QIF Certificate of Appreciation for Significant Contributions. Also, Shaw worked on sustainable manufacturing within ASTM E60. He received an ASTM E60 Award of Appreciation for Outstanding Leadership and Contribution. He led and managed the tolerancing and process planning standards development in ISO/TC 184/SC 4. Dr. Feng has three U.S. Department of Commerce Bronze Medals and numerous publications in additive manufacturing data analytics, quality information framework, sustainable manufacturing, process planning, and product lifecycle engineering.

Publications

A Review Of Machine Learning Applications In Additive Manufacturing

Author(s)
Saadia A. Razvi, Shaw C. Feng, Anantha Narayanan Narayanan, Yung-Tsun T. Lee, Paul W. Witherell
Variability in product quality continues to pose a major barrier to the widespread application of additive manufacturing (AM) processes in production
Created October 9, 2019, Updated June 15, 2021