Dr. Winston Sealy currently serves as an assistant professor of Mechanical Engineering Technology, in the School of Engineering Technology at Purdue University. He received his Ph.D. degree in manufacturing systems from Indiana State University in 2014, and also holds a BS in electronics engineering, and an MS in systems engineering. Dr. Sealy is the director of the Digital Manufacturing Systems laboratory at Purdue. Dr. Sealy has substantial experience in the Printed Circuit Board and Semi-Conductor industries, where he held positions from systems engineer to automated optical inspection technical manager. Dr. Sealy’s research interests are in design optimization, and automation. His research team develops dynamic digital twins for controls testing and manufacturing education. He has presented research and invited talks throughout North and South America, including the Caribbean.