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Implementing new manufacturing visions

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Implementing new manufacturing visions

  1. 1. Implementing New Manufacturing Visions Challenges, Mechanisms, Partnerships and Lessons Learned Ben Wang | Georgia Tech
  2. 2.  Institutional transformation & challenges of interdisciplinary R&D  Challenges of implementing new manufacturing technologies  Public-private partnerships  Concluding remarks Outline
  3. 3. Manufacturing is in GT’s DNA
  4. 4. GT Major Decision Affecting Manufacturing 1991: State of Georgia created Manufacturing Research Center (MaRC) at Georgia Tech  Through a successful public-private partnership  20+ years of proven leadership and contribution in industrial, manufacturing and materials engineering
  5. 5. The Strategic Framework for GTMI TRL TRL TRL TRL 1 4 7 10 Missing middle Valley of death 2. Translational leadership accelerated campus-wide synergy & interdisciplinary readiness Competencies Business case initiated Business case validated (Tipping point for industry partners) GTMI’s excellence in mfg research 1. Intellectual leadership basic research GTRI GT schools & colleges Engage – Leverage – Accelerate Sector Products Requirements Validation Market pull 3. Deployment leadership commercialize innovative products & services with industry partners Ei2 GaMEP GDEcD/ COI-M TCSG
  6. 6. SIX THINKING HATS Additive Manufacturing Composites/ Nano- Composites Manufacturing Sustainable Design & Manufacturing IoT for Manufacturing Precision Machining Flexible Automation Bio- Manufacturing Clean Energy Public Policy Supply Chain & Logistics Enterprise Innovation Institute Model-Based Systems Engineering
  7. 7. Global mega- trends Mfg grand challenges Whitepapers, roadmaps NNMI institutes NSF ERCs GT’s ability to compete The leaderA leaderA follower low high Attractivenessandimpact investment Scenario planning Industry verticals & sectors Crosscuttingtechnologies Industry & government Partnership, sponsorship, thought leadership 14th Street Pilot Production Criteria & expectations Technology Enterprise Park GT Campus Labs
  8. 8. Challenges of implementing new manufacturing technologies  Re-defining “manufacturing”  Supply chain innovation (small & medium sized enterprises, SMEs)  Standards  Cybersecurity  Monetizing investment in new manufacturing technologies  Workforce training & education
  9. 9. SIX THINKING HATS Additive Manufacturing Composites/ Nano- Composites Manufacturing Sustainable Design & Manufacturing IoT for Manufacturing Precision Machining Flexible Automation Bio- Manufacturing Clean Energy Public Policy Supply Chain & Logistics Enterprise Innovation Institute Model-Based Systems Engineering
  10. 10. 3D printing applies to many sectors, but in different ways
  11. 11. Post-Processing3D PrintingCAE/CAD/CAMCT/MRI/Scan Data Engagement of medical doctors and staff at every step 3D printing medical solution workflow
  12. 12.  Institutional transformation & challenges of interdisciplinary R&D  Challenges of implementing new manufacturing technologies  Public-private partnerships  Concluding remarks Outline
  13. 13. Making untreatable diseases treatable, incurable diseases curable
  14. 14. Manufacturing challenges  Scaling up or scaling out product quantities  Quality of cellular therapeutic products  Cost of production, handling and logistics  Supply chain design and operational issues
  15. 15. National Network for Manufacturing Innovation Dept. of Energy Dept. of Defense Dept. of Commerce
  16. 16. Catapult MIC 2025 Monodzuruki Industrie 4.0 AMP Alliance Industrie du Futur
  17. 17. Concluding Remarks Institutional transformations are challenging esp campus-wide interdisciplinary R&D is involved Future of manufacturing is more than new technologies; innovative materials, disruptive business models, and workforce development are pillars as well Public-private partnerships appear to be working well

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