We are in the process of developing CSlicr3D: This tool allows the use of the cloud along with its increased processing capabilities in order to process composite CAD definitions with arbitrary laminate directions for 3D printing.
CVstation: This suite of tools includes session scripting capabilities and virtual supercomputing.
Midzone3D: Middle zone method that allows a seamless transition from the aeroacoustic nearfield of a supersonic vehicle to the acoustic farfield (ground waveform signature)
Composite 3D Printer
Turbineless Engine (developed by California State University Los Angeles) – Small Engine for STEM Education