Manufacturing Research & Facilities

The Center for Aerospace Manufacturing Technologies (CAMT) was established in May 2004 by the Missouri University Of Science and Technology (Missouri S&T)in partnership with Boeing Research and Technology. It serves as a U.S. center of excellence for the development and transition of innovative advanced technologies for the aerospace manufacturing supply chain.

CAMT has an array of technologies devoted to advancing manufacturing fabrication and assembly. Our R&D efforts create knowledge, methodologies, and tools that reduce production costs and lead time, as well as improve quality, reliability, and safety in aerospace manufacturing.

At CAMT Industrial Consortium was formed in 2007 to realize the unique value and importance of CAMT to industry. The goal is for the Center’s R&D activities to be directed by and benefit  the members of this consortium



Remaking America through advanced manufacturing. Click here to read more

CAMT 10th anniversary celebration on 20th October. Click here to read more

Advanced manufacturing, one of the signature areas of Missouri S&T is all set to become a world class enterprise. Click here‌‌ to read more

Dr. Ming Leu and Dr. Robert G. Landers  honored for ‘cool’ manufacturing process. Click here to read more.

Missouri S&T part of new digital lab for manufacturing. Click here to read more

Advanced manufacturing named as one of the first two Missouri S&T ‘signature’ areas. Click here to read the story.

Dr. Mariesa Crow to receive $4.3 million from DOE Sunshot Initiative. Click here to read the story.

Dr. Jagannathan Sarangapani develops 'brain' for robots. Click here to read the story.

Dr. Xiaodong Yang got NASA Funding to study how to propel and control Tiny Spacecraft. Click here to read the story.

Click here to view the list of leveraged research projects secured through CAMT.

Industrial Consortium Members