Eloïse Eimer

WAAM process for aluminium deposition, aluminium metallurgy and Life cycle assessment for WAAM
Work position: Senior Research Fellow
Category: Researchers

Eloise Eimer is a Senior Research Fellow working on developing Wire and Arc Additive Manufacturing for aluminium alloys. She obtained her PhD in 2019 for her work on WAAM for graded high-strength aluminium components at Cranfield. Her current role is to develop, manage, and deliver industrial and publicly funded research projects focused on alloy and process development for aluminium WAAM.

She leads the aluminium research program in the research centre. This position involves coordinating the activities at Cranfield and with Coventry and Manchester University, our main academic partners, on material development and mechanical characterisation for aluminium WAAM.

Previously, she worked on aluminium semi-finished product manufacture after graduating from the Engineering school Grenoble INP – UGA – ENSE3 in France in 2014. This industrial experience focused on tuning a quenching machined assisted by modelling activities and experimental testing.