Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
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Dr. Eric B. Duoss is currently a Group Leader and Research Engineer at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), where he conducts research in the areas of advanced materials, manufacturing and architected design. At LLNL, Dr. Duoss is responsible for developing novel additive manufacturing processes and feedstocks, with focus on creating designer architectures for chemical, mechanical, thermal, and functional properties for applications in the fields of climate, transportation, energy, aerospace, defense, and others. A recent emphasis is inventing and developing new technologies for 3D chemical reactors to convert CO2 into high-value chemicals. Prior to joining LLNL, Dr. Duoss was a Postdoctoral and Graduate Research Associate at University of Illinois, where he focused on developing new materials and applications for three-dimensional printing technologies for a broad array of applications, including photonic crystals, sensors, and antennas. Dr. Duoss has a Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from University of Illinois and dual B.S. degrees in Chemistry and Mathematics from St. Norbert College.
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