Metal Additive Manufacturing Research & Applications Senior Engineer
Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, Inc.
Jeff is the Metal Additive Manufacturing Research and Applications Senior Engineer for Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology’s Advanced Manufacturing Center in East Hartford, CT. He has lead CCAT’s metal additive initiative for the past five years and is directly responsible for projects that involve using metal additive technologies to build new parts, develop part modification and repair processes, and push the boundaries of the technology through material development and research. CCAT’s customer base is comprised of a broad range of industries and applications of metal additive technologies, and include small, medium and large manufacturers, academia and government entities.
Prior to coming to CCAT, Jeff was one of the founding members, and held a senior operations and project management position at JDS Uniphase Corporation in Bloomfield, CT. He has twelve years of laser and optical systems research and development experience doing high power laser spectroscopy, diagnostics and analysis for NASA’s Space Shuttle Main Engine and Pratt & Whitney’s National Aero Space Plane (NASP) engine programs at United Technologies Research Center in Connecticut; and laser based research and scientific imaging work for aerospace gas turbine and liquid fuel rocket engine programs at Pratt & Whiney Aircraft in West Palm Beach, Florida.