Impact Areas

Technology Transfer

HAMTC significantly reduces the barrier to technology transfer by working alongside industrial partners who define the problems and requirements and follow a vertically integrated operation at scale. These factors means that industry can more easily implement innovations made within HAMTC. 

Manufacturing Innovations

HAMTC, through a collaboration with GE Additive and co-location of personnel, provides new and unique additive manufacturing processing routes. 


De-risk New Innovation

We are creating prototypes at scale, such that we can de-risk new innovations. HAMTC allows industry to pursue new technology with trusted partners while not disrupting current production schedules.

Secure US-based Supply Chain

HAMTC is a single location for supply chain partners to work closely together with HAMTC personnel and each other, providing increased opportunity for collaboration and innovation.


Cutting Edge Materials Development

At HAMTC, we can address key warfighter challenges providing advancements in high temperature materials, including alloys, ceramics, and composites that can withstand the extreme conditions of hypersonic flight. 

Workforce Development

Through student development, HAMTC trains the next generation of skilled workers who are clearable and ready to tackle key hypersonic issues. 


Reduce Time and Cost for Prototyping

The vertical integration of HAMTC allows partners to go from design, build, join, test in one building. By using assets co-located in the Hypersonic and Applied Research Facility, including HAMTC, partners can analyze thermo-mechanical, wind tunnel, and combustion results in real time and use this information to redesign and print their version 2.0 prototypes. Through this vertical integration and Purdue-wide hypersonics eco-system, HAMTC can lower the cost and time for research, development, test and evaluation of hypersonic prototypes. 

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