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IMA Industrial Problems Seminar - Brittan Farmer
Speaker: Brittan Farmer
Title: Applied Math at Boeing
Abstract: There are many ways that mathematics is used to support Boeing's lines of business, which include the design, production, and sustainment of commercial and military aircraft. In this talk, I will give a brief overview of Boeing Research and Technology and the Applied Math organization, and describe some of the topics I've worked on at Boeing. I will then focus specifically on the problem of defect detection in metals additive manufacturing, and how mathematics can be used to approach this problem.

Mar 24, 2023 01:25 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Brittan Farmer
Applied Mathematician @Boeing
Dr. Brittan Farmer works as an Applied Mathematician at The Boeing Company's Huntsville site. In his work at Boeing, he applies computational mathematics, data analysis, and data visualization to areas such as structural analysis, carbon fiber composite materials, and metals additive manufacturing. Prior to joining Boeing, Brittan completed a Ph.D. in Applied and Interdisciplinary Mathematics at the University of Michigan and served as a postdoc in the School of Mathematics at the University of Minnesota.