Binil Starly

James T. Ryan Professor

 
Binil Starly joined North Carolina State University in August 2013. He directs the Data Intensive Manufacturing Laboratory (DIME Lab). His laboratory is working on technologies that merge the digital and the physical world towards advancing both discrete and continuous manufacturing processes. His specific technical expertise is in digital design and fabrication, cyber-physical systems in manufacturing, additive manufacturing and biofabrication processes. As part of the advanced manufacturing cluster, his work involves digital design tools through machine learning, manufacturing-as-a-service markeplaces and intelligent machines to achieve the goal of democratizing access to design tools and manufacturing services for on-demand highly personalized part production. Such products include personalized products, medical implants, one-off spare parts etc. Additional information about Starly’s work, including publications and research, can be found at http://www.dimelab.org.

Starly has received the National Science Foundation CAREER award for research in multi-scale biological tissue scaffold systems built from additive manufacturing platforms. He has published over 45 journal publications in the field of design/manufacturing, customized biomedical implants, biofabrication, and tissue engineering. For his contributions, he has been awarded the 2011 Society of Manufacturing Engineering Young Manufacturing Engineer Award and 2010 NASA TechBrief Award. He has supervised the research of 22 M.S. and 6 Ph.D. students. He is also the advisor of 7 graduate students and 3 undergraduate students. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses related to Product Development, Digital Design and Manufacturing, Additive Manufacturing and Smart Manufacturing. Starly’s formal education began with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Kerala, India and then a Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Drexel University. He then joined the University of Oklahoma to develop additive manufacturing platforms for tissue engineering.

Classes

  • Product Development (Undergraduate)
  • Digital Manufacturing (Undergraduate & Graduate)
  • Python for Industrial Engineers with Numerical & Scientific Computing (Undergraduate & Graduate)
  • Smart Manufacturing (Graduate)

NC State Wolfware Outreach
Starly offers “Python Programming Essentials” – a short, online only, self-paced course through NC State Wolfware Outreach. The course is continually run and updated. Register to gain instant access: https://www.dimelab.org/outreach
 

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Publications

The bioprinting roadmap
Sun, W., Starly, B., Daly, A. C., Burdick, J. A., Groll, J., Skeldon, G., … Ozbolat, I. T. (2020). [Review of , ]. BIOFABRICATION, 12(2). https://doi.org/10.1088/1758-5090/ab5158
Network-based pricing for 3D printing services in two-sided manufacturing-as-a-service marketplace
Pahwa, D., & Starly, B. (2019), Rapid Prototyping Journal, ahead-of-print(ahead-of-print). https://doi.org/10.1108/rpj-01-2019-0018
“FabSearch”: A 3D CAD Model-Based Search Engine for Sourcing Manufacturing Services
Angrish, A., Craver, B., & Starly, B. (2019), Journal of Computing and Information Science in Engineering, 19(4). https://doi.org/10.1115/1.4043211
A Case Study for Blockchain in Manufacturing: “FabRec”: A Prototype for Peer-to-Peer Network of Manufacturing Nodes
Angrish, A., Craver, B., Hasan, M., & Starly, B. (2018), Procedia Manufacturing, 26, 1180–1192. https://doi.org/10.1016/J.PROMFG.2018.07.154
Label free process monitoring of 3D bioprinted engineered constructs via dielectric impedance spectroscopy
Narayanan, L. K., Thompson, T. L., Shirwaiker, R., & Starly, B. (2018), Biofabrication, 10(3). https://doi.org/10.1088/1758-5090/aaccbf
Large-scale digitization of herbarium specimens: Development and usage of an automated, high-throughput conveyor system
Sweeney, P. W., Starly, B., Morris, P. J., Xu, Y. M., Jones, A., Radhakrishnan, S., … Davis, C. C. (2018), Taxon, 67(1), 165–178. https://doi.org/10.12705/671.9
Reverse auction mechanism design for the acquisition of prototyping services in a manufacturing-as-a-service marketplace
Pahwa, D., Starly, B., & Cohen, P. (2018), JOURNAL OF MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS, 48, 134–143. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmsy.2018.05.005
A flexible data schema and system architecture for the virtualization of manufacturing machines (VMM)
Angrish, A., Starly, B., Lee, Y.-S., & Cohen, P. H. (2017), Journal of Manufacturing Systems, 45, 236–247. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmsy.2017.10.003
Electrical cell-substrate impedance spectroscopy can monitor age-grouped human adipose stem cell variability during osteogenic differentiation
Nordberg, R. C., Zhang, J. L., Griffith, E. H., Frank, M. W., Starly, B., & Loboa, E. G. (2017), Stem Cells Translational Medicine, 6(2), 502–511. https://doi.org/10.5966/sctm.2015-0404
Human mesenchymal stem cells expansion on three-dimensional (3D) printed poly-styrene (PS) scaffolds in a perfusion bioreactor
Kumar, A., Lau, W., & Starly, B. (2017), 3rd cirp conference on biomanufacturing, 65, 115–120. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procir.2017.04.012

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Grants

  • RAPID: Supply Chain Portal to Serve Entrepreneurs Producing Critical Items in Response to COVID-19
  • RAISE: C-Accel Pilot - Track A1: Product Design and Manufacturing Graph-as-a-Service
  • Enhanced Cybersecurity for Smart Manufacturing
  • Planning Grant: Engineering Research Center for Design by Anyone and Build Anywhere (iMOS)
  • Real-time and Label-Free Monitoring of Critical Quality Attributes of Engineered Tissue Constructs Via Dielectric Impedance Spectroscopy
  • Collaborative Research: CESER: EAGER: “FabWave” - A Pilot Manufacturing Cyberinfrastructure for Shareable Access to Information Rich Product Manufacturing Data
  • CSR:Medium:SmartChainDB - Enabling Smart Marketplaces With A Scalable Semantically-Enhanced Blockchain Platform
  • ICORPS: An Online Platform for Match-Making Manufacturing Service Companies and Design Enterprises
  • Streaming In-Process Machine Data from a Mill-Turn Machining Operation to the Digital Manufacturing Commons
  • MONITORING QUALITY OF BIOPRINTED CELLULAR CONSTRUCTS IN ENGINEERED TISSUE MANUFACTURING
Binil Starly