Corrie Van Sice

Research Scientist Associate
Corrie Van Sice is a Research Scientist Associate at UT Dept. of Computer Science working across multiple groups within the Texas Robotics Consortium. She facilitates research in AI/ML for service and social robots, manipulators, autonomous vehicles, and human-robot interfaces. Corrie Van Sice earned a Masters from the Interactive Telecommunications Program at New York University in 2011. She's held appointments in academia and industry, including Managing Researcher in the Green 3D Printing lab with Dr. Jeremy Faludi, Dartmouth College Thayer School of Engineering, and Lead Materials Research Engineer at MakerBot Industries in Brooklyn, NY.

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Van Sice, Corrie, and Jeremy Faludi. 2021. Comparing Environmental Impacts of Metal Additive Manufacturing to Conventional Manufacturing. Proceedings of the Design Society 1. doi:10.1017/pds.2021.67. 671–80.
Faludi, Jeremy, and Corrie Van Sice. Nov. 2021. State of Knowledge on the Environmental Impacts of Metal Additive Manufacturing. Additive Manufacturing Green Trade Association (AMGTA).
Faludi, Jeremy, Corrie Van Sice, and Yuan Shi. Apr. 2019. A Protocol for Guiding the Development of Greener AM Materials. Symposium ES13–Materials Selection and Design–A Tool to Enable Sustainable Materials Development and a Reduced Materials Footprint, Materials Research Society.
Faludi, Jeremy, Corrie M. Van Sice, Yuan Shi, et al. Mar. 2019. Novel Materials Can Radically Improve Whole-System Environmental Impacts of Additive Manufacturing. Journal of Cleaner Production. vol. 212, 1580–90.

Catts, Oron, Ionat Zurr, and Corrie Van Sice. “The Mechanism of Life, After Stephane Leduc.” Semipermeable (+), edited by Oron Catts, International Symposium on Electronic Art, SymbioticA at the University of Western Australia, 2013, pp. 12–13.