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Registration Open for UMass Lowell Plastics Engineering Seminars

Article-Registration Open for UMass Lowell Plastics Engineering Seminars

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Faculty and industry experts lead summer seminars devoted to plastics processing, design, and material selection.

The University of Massachusetts Lowell (UMass Lowell), profiled by PlasticsToday as one of the top US colleges for polymers engineering programs, has announced a series of plastics seminars for this summer. Registration is now open for more than a dozen courses focused on plastics processing and design, and material selection.

Offered by the Division of Graduate, Online & Professional Studies and the Department of Plastics Engineering, the 2023 seminar schedule is as follows:

Plastics processing

  • Robust Process Development & Scientific Molding; June 7 to 9
  • Injection Molding; June 12 to 16 or Aug. 14 to 18
  • Extrusion; July 17 to 19


  • Injection Mold Design; June 5 to 7
  • Plastic Part Design for Injection Molding; June 5 to 8 or July 11 to 14
  • Optimized Plastic Part & Product Design: Injection Molding, Thermoforming, and Rotational Molding; July 24 to 26


  • Plastics in Medical Devices; June 26 to 28
  • Polymeric Materials: Commodity Plastics, Engineering Resins, and Specialty Polymers; June 19 to 22 or July 24 to 27
  • Plastics and Sustainability; July 24 to 25

The seminars are offered on campus and online. For complete course descriptions and instructor bios, and to register to attend, go to the UMass Lowell website.

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