Cross Talks is a podcast series by the UT Austin Portugal Program that will walk you through the wonders of science-business collaboration. Monthly, we will be exploring emerging topics in the areas of Advanced Computing, Medical Physics, Nanotechnologies and Space-Earth Interactions as we delve into the Program’s ground-breaking industry-driven research projects, selected through the 2019 Strategic Research Project Call.
In our fourth episode, we engage in a conversation with Filipe Fernandes (professor at the University of Coimbra), Gregory Rodin (professor at The University of Texas at Austin) and Filippo Mangolini (assistant professor at The University of Texas at Austin). They talked about the research behind the project MCTool21:Manufacturing of cutting tools for the 21st century: from nano-scale material design to numerical process simulation.
Presented by Sheila Góis Habib and produced by Andreia Passos (UT Austin Portugal’s Executive Director), Catarina Carvalho and Sheila Góis Habib (UT Austin Portugal’s Communication Team – PT Office).
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