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Past Conferences

Conference Details - Agenda

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2013 MIT Production in the Innovation Economy (PIE) Conference

September 20, 2013
 

8:00

Lobby 10
Bush Room 10-105

Registration and Breakfast

Building 10-250

Morning Plenary Session: Release of PIE Study

9:00

Welcome from MIT President

9:10

Keynote - A Revolution By Design: Building an Advanced Manufacturing Economy

9:30

Keynote - Driving 21st Century Manufacturing Policy through Partnerships and Collaboration

10:10

Break

Presentation of PIE Study

10:35

Overview of PIE Study

11:00

PIE Research Panel

PIE Research Panel (cont'd)

PIE Research Panel (cont'd)

11:25

Views from the Corporate World and from Commentators

Views from the Corporate World and from Commentators (cont'd)

Views from the Corporate World and from Commentators (cont'd)
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Views from the Corporate World and from Commentators (cont'd)
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Views from the Corporate World and from Commentators (cont'd)
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12:00

Discussion: Commentators and PIE Presenters

12:15

Opportunity for MIT

12:30

Lunch session: Informal discussions with PIE faculty leads
ROOM 4-145: Paul Osterman, Andrew Weaver, Susan Houseman
ROOM 4-149: Elisabeth Reynolds, Charles Sodini, Richard Lester, Willy Shih
ROOM 4-153: Sanjay Sarma, Olivier de Weck
ROOM 8-119: Hiram Samel, Jesse Jenkins
ROOM 8-205: Edward Steinfeld, Jonas Nahm, Florian Metzler
ROOM 10-105: Fiona Murray, Richard Locke, William Bonvillian, Rachel Wellhausen
ROOM 12-122: Donale Rosenfield, David Hardt
ROOM 12-142: Michael Piore, Susan Helper
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1:30 - 3:30

Concurrent Afternoon Sessions: Opportunities and Challenges

Huntington Hall, 10-250

Forum on Future Advanced Manufacturing Technologies

PIE Findings on Advanced Manufacturing Technologies: Olivier de Weck

International perspective on Advanced Manufacturing: Helmuth Ludwig

New Manufacturing Technologies at MIT
- Continuous Pharmaceutical Manufacturing: Berhardt L. Trout
- Advanced Robotics and Automation for Manufacturing at MIT: Julie Shah
- Nanoengineered Surfaces & Coatings: A Manufacturing Platform for Efficiency Enhancements Sustainability: Kripa K. Varanasi

Manufacturing Advanced Hardware in a Bootstrapped Start-up: Nate Ball

Discussion and Q&A: Olivier de Weck
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Forum on Future Advanced Manufacturing Technologies (cont'd)

PIE Findings on Advanced Manufacturing Technologies: Olivier de Weck

Forum on Future Advanced Manufacturing Technologies (cont'd)

International perspective on Advanced Manufacturing: Helmuth Ludwig

Forum on Future Advanced Manufacturing Technologies (cont'd)

New Manufacturing Technologies at MIT
- Continuous Pharmaceutical Manufacturing: Berhardt L. Trout

Forum on Future Advanced Manufacturing Technologies (cont'd)

New Manufacturing Technologies at MIT
- Advanced Robotics and Automation for Manufacturing at MIT: Julie Shah

Forum on Future Advanced Manufacturing Technologies (cont'd)

New Manufacturing Technologies at MIT
- Nanoengineered Surfaces & Coatings: A Manufacturing Platform for Efficiency Enhancements Sustainability: Kripa K. Varanasi

Forum on Future Advanced Manufacturing Technologies (cont'd)

Manufacturing Advanced Hardware in a Bootstrapped Start-up: Nate Ball

Building 6-120

Track 1: Growing Innovative Companies
Panel: Strengths and Weaknesses in the US Innovation Ecosystem: CEO Perspectives

Track 1: Growing Innovative Companies (cont'd)
Panel: Strategies for Scaling: Venture and Corporate Perspectives

Building 4-237

Track 2: Skills, Training, and the Future of Manufacturing Workforce
Panel: View from the Private Sector

Track 2: Skills, Training, and the Future of Manufacturing Workforce (cont'd)
Panel: The Policy Perspective

Building 4-231

Track 3: The Future of Manufacturing Education
Presentation: MOOCs meet Makers – A Context for the Future

Track 3: The Future of Manufacturing Education (cont'd)
Panel: Curriculum and Program Innovation

Track 3: The Future of Manufacturing Education (cont'd)
Panel: New Institutional Arrangements and Program Structures

3:30

Bush Room 10-105
Lobby 10

Closing Reception with Demos, Displays, and Posters

NOTE: All schedule and speakers are subject to change without notice.