Appendix B
Meeting Agendas

Meeting One

February 24-25, 2003

Keck Center of the National Academies

Acquisition-Focused Basic Research: Context and Initial Thoughts

John H. Hopps, Jr., Department of Defense

Materials and Processing Models

Peter Angelini, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Predictive Product Realization—Bridging

Design and Manufacturing Through Modeling and Simulation

Delcie R. Durham, National Science Foundation

Models of Products and Processes

Daniel E. Whitney, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Observations on the Uses of Modeling and Simulation

Michael Lilienthal, Defense Modeling and Simulation Office (retired)

Computational Engineering Sciences for Design to Manufacturing

Thomas C. Bickel, Sandia National Laboratories

Modeling and Simulation in Aerospace Industry

James W. Hollenbach, Simulation Strategies

Modeling and Simulation in the U.S. Automotive Industry

Jack F. White, Altarum

Bridging Design and Manufacturing: Electronics Industry View

Thomas S. Babin, Motorola Advanced Technology Center

Meeting Two

April 29-30, 2003

Keck Center of the National Academies

Tools for Accelerated Insertion of Materials into Systems

Leo Christodoulou, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

Life Cycle Behavior Models and Tools

John L. Sullivan, Ford Motor Company

Digital Manufacturing Tools

Robert Brown, Delmia Corporation

Model-Based Development of Embedded Systems

Hans-Peter Hoffmann, I-Logix

Interoperability Considerations for Manufacturing Simulation and Visualization Tools

Chuck McLean, National Institute of Standards and Technology



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Retooling Manufacturing: Bridging Design, Materials, and Production Appendix B Meeting Agendas Meeting One February 24-25, 2003 Keck Center of the National Academies Acquisition-Focused Basic Research: Context and Initial Thoughts John H. Hopps, Jr., Department of Defense Materials and Processing Models Peter Angelini, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Predictive Product Realization—Bridging Design and Manufacturing Through Modeling and Simulation Delcie R. Durham, National Science Foundation Models of Products and Processes Daniel E. Whitney, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Observations on the Uses of Modeling and Simulation Michael Lilienthal, Defense Modeling and Simulation Office (retired) Computational Engineering Sciences for Design to Manufacturing Thomas C. Bickel, Sandia National Laboratories Modeling and Simulation in Aerospace Industry James W. Hollenbach, Simulation Strategies Modeling and Simulation in the U.S. Automotive Industry Jack F. White, Altarum Bridging Design and Manufacturing: Electronics Industry View Thomas S. Babin, Motorola Advanced Technology Center Meeting Two April 29-30, 2003 Keck Center of the National Academies Tools for Accelerated Insertion of Materials into Systems Leo Christodoulou, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Life Cycle Behavior Models and Tools John L. Sullivan, Ford Motor Company Digital Manufacturing Tools Robert Brown, Delmia Corporation Model-Based Development of Embedded Systems Hans-Peter Hoffmann, I-Logix Interoperability Considerations for Manufacturing Simulation and Visualization Tools Chuck McLean, National Institute of Standards and Technology

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Retooling Manufacturing: Bridging Design, Materials, and Production Use of Models in the Development of Implantable Devices Jonathan Krueger, Guidant Corporation Simulation and Modeling for Acquisition, Requirements, and Training W.H. (Dell) Lunceford, Jr., Army Model and Simulation Office Design by Simulation for Mars Entry Descent and Landing Systems Adam D. Steltzner, Jet Propulsion Laboratory Development of Uninhabited Combat Aerial Vehicles Allen Haggerty, Vice President—General Manager Engineering (ret.), Boeing Military Aircraft and Missiles Opportunities in Modeling and Simulation to Enable Dramatic Improvements in Ordnance Design Robert K. Garrett, Jr., Naval Surface Warfare Center Virtual Aluminum Castings John Allison, Ford Motor Company Meeting Three June 25-26, 2003 Ford Motor Company Overview of the Ford Product Development System Chris Minger, Ford Motor Company Analytical Powertrain: Product Development Process Agus Sudjianto, Ford Motor Company Virtual Product Creation and Virtual Manufacturing Engineering Shuh-Yuan Liou, Ford Motor Company Virtual Manufacturing—Rough Parts Forming Alan Lecz, Ford Motor Company Roundtable on Automotive Industry (Discussion of best practices, identification of gaps and what is needed to bridge the design to manufacturing gap) Will Guerra, DaimlerChrysler Corporation Alan N. Baumgartner, Ford Motor Company Steven W. Holland, General Motors Arthur H. Adlam, Jr., U.S. Army TACOM Mohammad Usman, Visteon Prasad Mangalaramanan, Dana Corporation Ray Quatrochi, Federal Mogul Corporation Joseph A. Spiegel, Intermet Corporation Bryan Froese, Meridian Castings Translating Design to Manufacturing: Army Trucks Arthur H. Adlam, Jr., U.S. Army TACOM Sheet Metal Process Modeling and Its Use on the Manufacturing Shop Floor Edmund Chu, Alcoa Inc. Advanced Engineering Environments for Small Manufacturing Enterprises Joseph P. Elm, Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University Integration of Nanotechnology Manufacturing Processes into Microsystems Gregory W. Auner, Wayne State University Real Time NDE to Validate Product Designs and Manufacturing Connie Philips, National Center for Manufacturing Sciences Meeting Four August 25-26, 2003 J. Erik Johnson Center CAD Tools Evolution and Compatibility Chris Hoffmann, Purdue University Trends Associated with Data Representation and Integration Fred Waskiewicz, Object Management Group