Repositioning the MEP System to Meet the Global Manufacturing Challenge
Mark Rice, Maritime Applied Physics Corporation and MEP Advisory Board
 
11:00AM   Coffee Break
 
11:15AM   Panel II: A Differentiated Program: New Center Initiatives
Moderator: Edward Breiner, Schramm Inc.m
 
    James Watson, California Manufacturing
  Technology Consulting Petra Mitchell, The Catalyst Connection Robert H. Kill, Enterprise Minnesota Beth Colbert, Ohio Department of Development
 
    Discussant: Luis Proenza, University of Akronm
 
12:30PM   Lunch
 
1:30PM   Panel III: Small and Medium-sized Enterprises and High-value Manufacturing
Moderator: Jamieson Brown, Subcommittee on Science and Innovation, House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology
 
    The Manufacturing Imperative
Gregory Tassey, Economics Analysis Office, National Institute of Standards and Technology
 
    The DVIRC Perspective on the Supply Chain
Joseph J. Houldin, Delaware Valley Industrial Resource Center
 
    Building a Competitive Manufacturing Sector: How MEP Could Help
Susan Helper, Case Western Reserve Universitym
 
    The Magnet Story: From Lean Manufacturing to Partnerships for Innovation
James Griffith, MAGNET and Timken Companym
 
2:45PM   Coffee Break


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