Alexandra Schueller, Georgia Institute of Technology
Brief Bio: Alexandra (Lexie) Schueller is a third-year graduate student at the Georgia Institute of Technology studying Mechanical Engineering. Previously, she graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and a certificate in Manufacturing and Design. She also has past experiences working at 3M, General Electric, and IBM on measurement system design, thermal systems design, design for manufacturing, and manufacturing process optimization. In her free time she enjoys waterskiing, alpine skiing, and playing volleyball.
Research & Academic Interests: Lexie recently finished her Master’s Degree at Georgia Tech as a part of the Enhanced Preparation for Intelligent Cybermanufacturing Systems (EPICS) research group. Her research focused on in-situ machine tool condition monitoring and IoT sensor development using indirect process signals and ensemble machine learning techniques. She has also applied her process qualification studies to additive manufacturing visualization. For her Ph.D. work, she plans to combine her interests in artificial intelligence, additive and hybrid manufacturing, and IoT to promote advancements in real-time production monitoring, efficiency optimization, and smart factory technology.