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12.3.2013
4 mins
ILP Video

Welcome and Introduction - Day 1 -- Janet Wikinson

Janet Wilkinson
Senior Lecturer
MIT Sloan School of Management
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11.14.2013
33 mins
ILP Video

MIT's Production in the Innovation Economy

Martin Schmidt
Acting Provost
Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Director, MEMS@MIT Center
MIT Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
MIT has just concluded a two year study that seeks to understand how production capabilities link to the innovation process. Through extensive interviews, surveys, and analysis, the Production in the innovation Economy (PIE) work provides clear and compelling evidence for the critical importance of a production ecosystem in the effective movement of ideas to real impact. This talk will summarize the findings of PIE, and place them in the broader context of regional and federal efforts to strengthen domestic production.
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11.14.2013
31 mins
ILP Video

How to Learn from Biology: a New Generation of Legged Robots for Disaster Response

Sangbae Kim
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering
MIT Department of Mechanical Engineering
In designing a new generation of legged robots capable of navigating hazardous environments, it is critical to understand the design principles employed by animals. The talk will introduce several examples that successfully implement bio-inspired design principles learned from animals. Our highlighting example is the development of the MIT Cheetah, currently running at 13.5mph with a locomotion efficiency rivaling animals. We seek to derive design principles from biomechanics in order to develop most efficient, robust robots, which will be a vital part of disaster response in the future.
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11.14.2013
32 mins
ILP Video

Lessons from MEDRC (RD2013)

Brian Anthony
Director, Master of Engineering in Manufacturing Program
Research Scientist
The vision of MEDRC (Medical Electronic Device Realization Center) is to transform the medical electronic device industries: to revolutionize medical diagnostics and treatments, bringing health care directly to the individual; and to create enabling technology for the future information-driven healthcare system. Specific areas that show promise are wearable or minimally invasive monitoring devices, medical imaging, laboratory instrumentation, and the data communication from these devices and instruments to healthcare providers and caregivers. MEDRC establishes partnerships among the microelectronics industry, the medical devices industry, medical professionals, and MIT to collaboratively achieve improvements in the cost and performance of medical electronic devices similar to those that have occurred in personal computers, communication devices and consumer electronics. The successful realization of such a vision also demands innovations in the usability and productivity of medical devices, and new technologies and approaches to manufacture devices. We will explore examples in ultrasound imaging and ambulatory physiological monitoring.
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11.14.2013
36 mins
ILP Video

Self-Assembly & Programmable Materials

Skylar Tibbits
Lecturer
Founder & Principal, SJET LLC
MIT Department of Architecture
The making of our human-scale world is outdated, energy intensive, error-prone and inefficient. From the laborious mass-customization of the maker-movement to consumer product assembly lines, the construction industry and out-dated infrastructural systems, an opportunity has emerged to revolutionize the assembly of our physical world. As demonstrated across recent developments in nanotechnology, synthetic biology and the biomedical industry, the phenomena of self-assembly and programmable matter similarly offer a radical solution at much larger scales. Self-assembly is a scale-independent technology that allows components to come together on their own and transform shape or property for highly efficient and programmably adaptive systems. The combination of additive manufacturing and programmable materials, or 4D Printing, offers one technological solution for the smart assembly of our future world.
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