The Environmentally Benign Manufacturing
(EBM) research group,
headed by Professor Timothy Gutowski, is part of the Laboratory for Manufacturing and Productivity and the
Engineering Department at the
The EBM group is focused on examining the environmental effects
associated with manufacturing and products. Research areas include: the
thermodynamic, economic, and life cycle assessment of manufacturing
processes and systems, products and recycling systems. Additional work
looks at the environmental effects from the consumption side of
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The Environmentally Benign Manufacturing Group with (left to right) Sumant Raykar, Sheng Jiang, Mariapaola Testa, Prof. Tim Gutowski, Kathleen Eaton, Dr. Dan Cooper, and Gero Corman.
Prof. Gutowski and Dr. Cooper attend a Royal Society sponsored meeting on material demand reduction at the University of Cambridge
Date: September 26-28, 2016.
EBM postdoc Dan Cooper starts as an Assistant Professor in mechanical engineering at the University of Michigan in January 2017. He will continue his work on Resourceful Manufacturing and Design.
Professor Tim Gutowski
Professor Gutowski talks at the Trottier Institute for Sustainability in Engineering and Design Take a look
Material efficiency: providing material services with less material production.