George Moore is a School of Engineering Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellow whose research interests lie at the intersection of design, manufacturing, and sustainability. Specifically, George is working to reduce environmental impacts and investigate factors of human well-being across the initial stages of the design process, such as problem framing and concept generation, to the final stages of digital fabrication and manufacturing. Some of his current postdoctoral work involves studying student engagement with digital fabrication tools in university makerspaces. George’s other projects involve studying (1) barriers to sustainable practices in spaces dedicated to digital fabrication and (2) the metrics used to determine manufacturability of design solutions. George’s long-term research mission is to help realize a digital fabrication and manufacturing ecosystem that prioritizes community well-being and environmental health.