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20090611 Presentation Asme Conference J Guerrero V2

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Presentation to ASME annual conference in Palm Springs 2009

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20090611 Presentation Asme Conference J Guerrero V2

  1. 1. Tapping Global Engineering Talent Julio Guerrero Ph.D. Principal Research Scientist facebook/julio.guerrero1 Cambridge - MA Julio Guerrero
  2. 2. Facebook/julio.guerrer o1 Julio Guerrero
  3. 3. Conference take away lessons Today, technology-based companies and other organizations have strategies in place to identify engineering talent in local markets around the globe. These strategies provide significant business leverage - an understanding of local business practices and markets; access to new skills and knowledge; increased productivity; and potential cost advantages. Is your organization tapping engineering talent on a global basis? Should it be? What are the smart ways to accomplish this…the pitfalls? In this seminar, you will take away lessons learned and practical strategies on how companies, large and small, are utilizing local engineering workforces around the world to enhance their competitiveness. Julio Guerrero 3
  4. 4. Conference take away lessons Today, knowledge-based companies and other organizations have strategies in place to identify knowledge in local markets around the globe. These strategies provide significant business leverage - an understanding of local business practices and markets; access to new skills and knowledge; increased productivity; and potential cost advantages. Is your organization tapping engineering talent on a global basis? Should it be? What are the smart ways to accomplish this…the pitfalls? In this seminar, you will take away lessons learned and practical strategies on how companies, large and small, are utilizing local engineering workforces around the world to enhance their competitiveness. Julio Guerrero 4
  5. 5. Knowledge based companies: Identifying knowledge and talent worldwide • Global approach • Example in one country • Value Julio Guerrero 5
  6. 6. Global approach • Recruit where we do business • Research, development, and field operations • Research centers in 5 countries (3 continents) • Engineering centers: 20 • Field operations in 103 countries Julio Guerrero 6
  7. 7. Geo Markets Global approach: Geo Markets and Divisions Russia North Europe America Caspian Africa Middle East & Asia Latin America Julio Guerrero 7 Divisions
  8. 8. Divisions: R&D Organization CEO President 1 President 2 President 3 President n Chief Technology Officer Division 1 Division 2 Division 3 Division n Research PDM PDM PDM Research Research Research Center 1 Center 1 Center n BDM BDM BDM Head Head Head Project Project Project Managers Managers Managers Researchers Researchers Researchers Julio Guerrero 8
  9. 9. R&D Organization Chief Technology Officer Cambridge (US) Cambridge (UK) Dhahran Stavanger Moscow Mathematics Geology & Mathematics Geophysics Geophysics & Modeling Rock Physics & Modeling Geology & Drilling & Geology & Fluid Mechanics Geomechanics Rock Physics Telemetry Rock Physics Sensor Physics Fluids Fluid Mechanics Fluid Mechanics Mechanical & Material Science Chemistry Carbon Storage Julio Guerrero 9
  10. 10. Universities Worldwide – R&D and Field • The Worldwide Program for University Relations maintains active dialogue with a group of approximately forty five universities. Recruiting and joint research and development are its focus. http://www.slb.com/content/about/foundation/univ ersity_relations.asp Julio Guerrero 10
  11. 11. Universities Worldwide – R&D and Field • Europe, CIS, Africa (ECA) France 5, Netherlands 2, Norway 1, Russia 3, UK 3, Nigeria 1, Egypt 1, • Middle East & Asia (MEA) China 3, India 1, Japan 1, Malaysia 1, Indonesia 1, United Arab Emirates 1, Saudi Arabia 1, Kazakhstan 1 • North & South America (NSA) Brazil 1, Canada 1, Mexico 3, Venezuela 1, United States 10 Julio Guerrero 11
  12. 12. Knowledge based companies: Identifying knowledge and talent worldwide • Global approach • Example in one country • Value Julio Guerrero 12
  13. 13. Example in one country: Outline • Research collaborations with M.I.T Mechanisms, Fluid Mechanics, Biomimetics, and Robotics • Knowledge transfer to engineering centers R->D • Future projects Julio Guerrero 13
  14. 14. Boston Knowledge Hub http://www.bostonredevelopmentauthority.org/PDF/ResearchPublications//pdr_ 14 532.pdf Julio Guerrero
  15. 15. Modes of Collaboration Approach • Funded from Mechanical and Materials Group or People Common Technical product centers Interests • Academia of doctoral committee Member Professors & students Academia • Lecturing and teaching graduate and undergraduate Research topics Innovation course + Company • Funded from Future of SLB Research Company Researchers Technical challenges • Flexible internships Julio Guerrero
  16. 16. Approach Company Engineering Product Centers Signs of Good Collaboratio n Output Segments Julio Guerrero
  17. 17. Collaborations Summary Compliant Research Mechanisms collaboratio Mechanism (RC,FI) n projects s Deployable (RC) Structures (FI) Doctoral Robosnail Committee (RC, DC, LT) (DC) Biomimetics Lecturing Robofish, and Kinematics, Teaching and Controls (DC) (LT) Flexible Energy Electric Internships Harvesting energy from (FI) Vibration (RC,LT) Julio Guerrero 17
  18. 18. Compliant Mechanisms – Down Hole Zonal Isolation Zonal Isolation, WCP, Packer s, Sand Expand Control, Mechanical Professor Martin D 1 = 4 .2 in c h e s Services (IPC) Culpepper D 2 = 5 .1 in c h e s Conform Pat - 60.1637– Guerrero J., Kartik M. Culpepper M., Varadarajan K. Varadarajan s he in c 2 Journal papers .5 =3 L = 5 .5 in ch e s D 2 SLB internal reports Anchor Pat - 60.1579– Arzoumanidis 1 Joint patent A., Guerrero J. 2 Students working part time 2006 Julio C. Guerrero Block cross 1 Summer intern Julio Guerrero section
  19. 19. Thin Film Fluids - Differential Sticking and Novel Locomotion Professor Peko Hosoi Differential Sticking, Locomotio n 1 Journal papers 1 SLB internal reports 1 Joint patent Julio C. Guerrero Pat - 60.1636 – Chan B., Hosoi A., Guerrero . Julio Guerrero
  20. 20. Beyond Boston Logan Munro 3rd year undergraduate Prof. Sergio Pellegrino U. Cambridge Julio C. Guerrero Nathan Wicks Pat - 60.1717 –Guerrero J., Munro L., Wicks 20 Julio Guerrero N., Robisson A.
  21. 21. Teaching and Lecturing • Faculty networking • MIT faculty accepting me • Learn faculty Professor Alex Slocum culture Link • Energy harvesting project • Research topics Julio C. Guerrero Julio Guerrero
  22. 22. Novel Locomotion, Navigation Doctoral Dissertation Committee Member Pablo Valdivia Ph.D. Professor Woodie Flowers Candidate Professor Youcef Toumi Professor Michael Julio C. Triantafyllou Guerrero Julio Guerrero
  23. 23. MIT Students – Part time and Interns Robotics @SLB Rheology Dan Kettler Francesco Mazzini Ed Summers MS Mechanical MS Mechanical MS Mechanical Eng Downhole Eng Conveyance Eng Folkers Rojas Adam Paxson Zach Trimble Alex Slocum Nuclear and Mechanical Mechanical Eng Ph.D. Mechanical Eng MS Mechanical Eng Eng Julio Guerrero
  24. 24. Research and SDR-Boston locale 1. Collaborations have been possible because of my personal involvement 2. Common technical interest is the foundation of efficient joint projects 3. Company researcher must catalyze research collaborations 4. Professors motivation and company commitment 5. Program with large number of flexible part Julio Guerrero 24
  25. 25. Example in one country: Outline • Research collaborations with M.I.T Mechanisms, Fluid Mechanics, Biomimetics, and Robotics • Knowledge transfer to engineering centers R->D • Future projects Julio Guerrero 25
  26. 26. Future: Robotics research Sendai 1. Robotics forward M.I.T and inverse Prof. S. Prof. K. kinematics for Dubowsky Yoshida downhole WHOI 2. Interaction of robotic end- effectors with Andy Bowen D. Yoerger formation 3. Robotic Land Downhole locomotion for oilfield Company applications 4. Sub-sea robotics Sub Sea Research Julio Guerrero
  27. 27. Example in one country: Outline • Research collaborations with M.I.T Mechanisms, Fluid Mechanics, Biomimetics, and Robotics • Knowledge transfer to engineering centers R->D • Future projects Julio Guerrero 27
  28. 28. ASME Top objectives • Energy Grand Challenge • Globalization • Workforce Development Julio Guerrero 28
  29. 29. Knowledge based companies: Identifying knowledge and talent worldwide • Global approach • Example in one country • Value Julio Guerrero 29
  30. 30. Value • Knowledge • Innovation • Faster Julio Guerrero 30
  31. 31. $ Engineers: Researchers: Fixed amount “More of time”, budget, choo time, budget, e se the ngineering problem, and requirements, knowledge? and knowledge Julio Guerrero 31
  32. 32. Geography Researchers: Engineers: “More time”, Fixed amount budget, choose the of problem, and time, budget, e knowledge? ngineering requirements, and knowledge Global, borderles s, multidisciplinar y knowledge: Academia, other industries, etc. Julio Guerrero Time 32
  33. 33. New challenges 1. People 2. People 3. People Julio Guerrero 33
  34. 34. People requirements • KNOWLEDGE & EDUCATION • Networking • Communication skills • Openness • Risk taking Julio Guerrero 34
  35. 35. Knowledge based companies: Identifying knowledge and talent worldwide • Global approach • Example in one country • Value Julio Guerrero 35
  36. 36. Q&A Julio Guerrero 36
  37. 37. Back up slides Julio Guerrero 37
  38. 38. Top objectives (What) 1.1Energy Grand Challenge 1.2Globalization 1.3 Workforce Development • Reach out youngest engineers • Education of University Students • Education of K to 12th grade students Julio Guerrero 38
  39. 39. ME engineering knowledge repository, networking, and peer-reviewed knowledge • In Google we are not in the top 10 in  mechanical engineering peer-review knowledge (106K links)  mechanical engineering network (6.35M links)  Mechanical engineers network (7.3M links)  Ingenieria mecanica trabajos (1.5M links) • We are the 3rd in Mechanical Engineering. Wikipedia is #2) (239M links) ASME magazine Julio Guerrero 39 Back up
  40. 40. ME engineering knowledge repository, networking, and peer-reviewed knowledge • In Google we are not in the top 10 in  Energy challenge (53M links)  Energy grand challenge (106K links)  Globalization ( 21M links)  Globalization Mechanical Engineering (225K links)  Workforce Mechanical Engineering (650K • We are the 3rd in Mechanical Engineering links) (239M links) ASME magazine. (Wikipedia is #2) • #2 link Julio Guerrero # 3 link 40
  41. 41. April 08’ April 09’ Change (Millions) (Millions) Google 120 132 9% Facebook 22 71 217% Amazon.co 47 50 7% m MySpace 56 55 -7% Twitter 1.22 17.1 1,298% Time Magazine June 15 2009: Why Twitter 41 JulioMatters Guerrero

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