10:00 AM10:00

Industry Speaker Session "What is Smart Manufacturing and How Will it Affect the Supply Chain" and Capstone Project Poster Presentations

  • Center for Supply Networks and Analytics Seminar Series Rensselear Lally School of Management Troy, NY (map)
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April 26, 2019 - Industry Speaker Session "What is Smart Manufacturing and How Will it Affect the Supply Chain" and Capstone Project Poster Presentations 
Speaker: Jim Wetzel, CESMII Strategic Advisor
Abstract: This presentation and discussion will review how the concept of Smart Manufacturing was created and how it grew into a Manufacturing USA National Innovation Institute.  Numerous case studies will be reviewed highlighting how the principles of Smart Manufacturing adds value and can dramatically impact the overall Supply Chain.  These examples come from fortune 500 companies that are early adopters of the Smart Manufacturing technology and culture.  Topics that will be discussed include designing a demand driven Supply Chain, the connected Supply Chain and data driven decision making.  In addition an update on the progress of the Clean Energy Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute will be reviewed.

The event will be followed by project poster presentations from Renselaer Supply Chain and Business Analytics students. 

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8:00 AM08:00

Workshop on the Intersection of Advanced Manufacturing and Clean Coal and Carbon Capture Technologies

  • Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, Hemisphere Room A Washington DC (map)
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Haresh Malkani, CTO, has been invited to participate in this workshop.  The workshop on the Intersection of Advanced Manufacturing and Clean coal and Carbon Capture Technologies will focus on developing the coal plant of the future.

Emerging Advanced Manufacturing technologies will create the coal plant of the future. These plants will respond to the need to provide secure, stable, and reliable power. To achieve this end, it is necessary to transform how coal technologies are designed and manufactured. Smart manufacturing will incorporate big data and information systems to provide the cornerstone for innovative and disruptive technologies to create coal-fired power plants capable of flexible operations; using next-gen components to improve efficiency and reduce emissions; providing resilient power to Americans; that may be small compared to today’s conventional utility scale coal. They will truly be coal plants of the 21st century.

The program will begin with opening remarks from Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy, Steven Winberg, followed by a short keynote from Dr. Lalit Chordia, CEO & Founder of Thar Process, Inc. The remainder of the event will consist of discussions, including a lightning round with participants sharing their diverse ideas and perspectives, and two breakout sessions focused on specific topics within the workshop theme.

Guests will include subject matter experts from industry, academia, national labs, and the federal government, all with experience in advanced manufacturing, clean coal/clean energy systems, or both.

Link to Agenda.

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8:30 AM08:30

Pulp and Paper Innovation and Resources Roundtable

The focus of this event is to bring together the pulp and paper manufacturers within New York State, and more regionally focused on the North Country, to provide them with an overview of resources that could provide them with support to overcome some of the obstacles they face in maintaining their productivity, earnings and competitiveness.  This roundtable is being sponsored by Clarkson University/CAMP, CESMII, CITEC, WDI and NYS P2I, all of which provide resources either for advanced research and technologies, workforce development training, or grant and other funding opportunities intended to improve processes, productivity, energy and other efficiencies. 

Craig Dory, Director of the Northern Regional Smart Manufacturing Innovation Center, will present “Democratizing Smart Manufacturing” and its resources.For more information, please contact Ann Seman. Click here to view Agenda.

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to May 8

DOE InnovationXLab Summit on Advanced Manufacturing

  • Oak Ridge National Laboratory (map)
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The Advanced Manufacturing Summit, being held at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, is the third in the InnovationXLab Series designed to showcase the remarkable assets of the Department’s National Laboratories – our people, our facilities, and our technology – and provide industry representatives with information about leveraging these assets to accelerate innovation and U.S. competitiveness. 

The Summit brings together thought leaders and industry stakeholders to explore new solutions to manufacturing challenges and opportunities. This is a two-way exchange, with industry participants informing future DOE portfolio planning by sharing information on technical needs, risk appetite, and investment criteria. The event is intended to catalyze public-private partnerships and commercialization hand-offs utilizing DOE’s broad array of scientific and technical resources.  

May 7,  2019

1:45p – 2:30p          Panel Session:  Digital Factory

Low cost sensors, broad band connectivity, and cloud-based operations have changed many aspects of our lives from travel to banking to the way we communicate. This session will provide insight into how the digital thread, with its plethora of technical advancements, is revolutionizing manufacturing opportunities. Participants in this session are thought leaders who will explore the technical challenges and changes that can be expected in the near future, and how they will affect operations as well as future business models in the manufacturing sector.

Moderator: Patricia Falcone, Deputy Director for Science, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Lisa Su, President & CEO, Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD)
Peter Ungaro, President & CEO, CRAY Inc
John Dyck, CEO, CESMII

For more information on this event, please click here.

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9:45 AM09:45

Federal Laboratory Consortium Annual Meeting 2019

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Web Link: https://meeting.federallabs.org/agenda/

Description/Abstract: Manufacturing USA Panel:  Learn how to accelerate your licensees and other partners’ success by connecting them to Manufacturing USA® and the MEP National Network™. The 14 Manufacturing USA institutes exist to secure U.S. global leadership in advanced manufacturing by connecting people, ideas, and technology across a wide range of disciplines. With their network of industry connections, the institutes build large-scale collaborations to breathe life into promising research developments and de-risk advanced manufacturing technologies in order to propel new products to market. Executives from the Advanced Robot and Smart Manufacturing institutes will present how to benefit from their institutes, as well as, the rest of the network.

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10:15 AM10:15

Smart Manufacturing: Lighting the Path to the Value of Your Data

Smart Manufacturing is the right information, at the right time, in the right form, at the right place, with the right technology, for the right people, to enable smart decisions. This presentation will show attendees how the US Department of Energy’s Smart Manufacturing Institute (CESMII) plans to develop and deploy the foundational technologies, knowledge, and innovation for manufacturers of all sizes and industries. The talk will address some of the complexities in the space, and the democratization approach that the institute has to address them. Several examples of how smart manufacturing technologies can be used to “monetize” manufacturing data will also be presented.

Dr. Schneider is the Co-Director of the Southern Regional Manufacturing Center, a regional operation of the Clean Energy Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute (CESMII) hosted by the Texas A&M Energy Institute. He is responsible for Institute operations in the southern United States. He and his staff work with the Institute’s regional members to develop and implement Smart Manufacturing technologies in the region as well as providing outreach and training to both industry and researchers in Smart Manufacturing. Dr. Schneider’s experience includes support to industry and governmental agencies for process improvement, manufacturing technology, and test & evaluation. He has had various human-centered management and test & evaluation positions as well as a faculty appointment at the Air Force Institute of Technology. Dr. Schneider earned his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin specializing in robotics and reliability. He has a MS Electrical Engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology and a BS Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M University.

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to Apr 11

Steel Manufacturing Simulation and Visualization Consortium (SMSVC)

  • Purdue University Northwest Campus, Powers Building 123 Hammond, IN (map)
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The Steel Manufacturing Simulation and Visualization Consortium (SMSVC) provides a venue for industry experts and academics to perform collaborative research on the use of advanced methods of simulation and visualization to address efficiency, reliability, process design, product quality, and other aspects of manufacturing, in a pre-competitive environment. The consortium offers unprecedented opportunities for students to learn through direct involvement with steel company representatives and to become acquainted with the employment potential of American manufacturing.

John Dyck, CESMII CEO to present Keynote Address at the SMSVC semi-annual meeting.  John’s presentation is entitled, “A Practical Vision for Smart Manufacturing; A digital transformation strategy that’s not based on ignoring your existing manufacturing systems legacy”.

Please click here for the agenda.

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to Apr 4

AIChE 2019 Spring Meeting and 15th Global Congress on Process Safety

  • AIChE 2019 Spring Meeting and 15th Global Congress on Process Safety (map)
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Monday, April 1, 2019 from 5pm - 7pm in the Grand Salon:

Session 59:  Spring Poster Session

59ba - Production of Zero Defect (Zd) Slabs Through the Implementation of Smart Manufacturing Technologies in Steel Continuous Casting

Improve steel slab quality and continuous caster productivity using Smart Manufacturing (SM) methodologies and technologies to address the top two KPIs of the continuous casting process – yield (minimize defects/rejects) and uptime (reduce UPTA).

Haresh Malkani, CESMII, Pittsburgh, PA

59bb - Data Modeling For Machine Learning And Data-Centric Analytics For Smart Aerospace Additive Manufacturing

The goal of this project is to develop technologies on data modeling, machine learning and data-centric analytics for smart Aerospace additive manufacturing and to implement these innovations using data from working Aerospace manufacturing facilities.

Haresh Malkani, CESMII, Pittsburgh, PA

59bc - Smart Manufacturing For Chemical Processing: Energy Efficient Operation Of Air Separation Unit

The goal of this project is to develop a number of SM Platform™ ready tools and deploy them on Praxair’s commercial Air Separation Unit for improving energy efficiency.

Haresh Malkani, CESMII, Pittsburgh, PA

59bd - Inferential Modeling For Driving Out Energy Waste

The goal of this project will drive out wasted energy in manufacturing facilities through improved information technology. The primary objective of this project will provide technical staff with technology to sniff out unknown or unexpected energy consumption across the facility. Prove the hypothesis that energy waste can be detected without the use of expensive energy meters.

Haresh Malkani, CESMII, Pittsburgh, PA

59be - Smart Connected Workers In Advanced Manufacturing

The goal is to develop design tools and open source reference architectures that will enable engineers to reliably assess and implement data flow requirements for affordable, scalable, accessible, and portable smart manufacturing systems (A.S.A.P.) for smart connected workers across all manufacturing sectors.

Miguel Corcio, CESMII, Los Angeles, CA

59bf -Energy Management Systems For Subtractive And Additive Precision Manufacturing

The objective of this effort is to mitigate energy waste in manufacturing facilities, and specifically subtractive precision manufacturing, using model-based systems engineering principles.

Miguel Corcio, CESMII, Los Angeles, CA

59bg - Smart Manufacturing Of Cement

Using predictive process models, data analytics, sensors and machine learning, a Smart Manufacturing for cement control system platform will be developed in partnership with ARGOS USA cement in an effort to provide a more energy efficient clinker production process with better quality control.
Problem Statement:

Miguel Corcio, CESMII, Los Angeles, CA

59bh - Energy Efficient Material Processing Through Automated Process Monitoring And Controls

Demonstrate energy efficient metal material processing at Arconic facility through advanced sensing, automated process monitoring and model based controls

Miguel Corcio, CESMII, Los Angeles, CA

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

1:30p – 3:00p

Hilton New Orleans Riverside – Marlborough A

Industry 4.0 Topical Conference

Session 102:  Democratizing Smart Manufacturing:  CESMII

Democratizing Smart Manufacturing CESMII's Refreshed Vision for Unleashing the Next Wave in Manufacturing Innovation. The Clean Energy Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute (CESMII), established by the US Department of Energy, is part of a network of institutes under the Manufacturing USA Initiative with a goal to secure the future of manufacturing in the U.S. through innovation, collaboration and education. CESMII's mission is to radically democratize and accelerate the development and adoption of Smart Manufacturing (SM) technologies (sensing, control, data analytics, predictive modeling and platforms) to become the driving, sustainable engine that delivers energy efficiency and real-time business improvements in U.S. manufacturing. A critical enabler for this mission is the creation of a collaborative Smart Manufacturing Platform for industrial applications. The CESMII team will provide an overview of the institute, its refreshed vision, a glimpse into the Smart Manufacturing Platform and an overview of the R&D project portfolio.\

Chair:  Haresh Malkani, CTO CESMII

1:30p              CESMII Overview – a Refreshed Vision. 

                        Haresh Malkani, CTO

1:50p              The Smart Manufacturing Platform™

                        Haresh Malkani, CTO

2:15p              Project Portfolio Overview

                        Miguel Corcio, Director of Technology Programs

2:40p              Q&A




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12:30 PM12:30

Smart Manufacturing Cluster Event - Keynote Speaker, John Dyck


The Smart Manufacturing cluster focuses on building networks that will advance knowledge and drive adoption of IIoT, identify product innovation gaps as identified by major market segment leaders, and develops programs that create the specialized intellectual capital that enables IIoT implementation and innovation.

Join us for the first meeting of 2019 and network with manufacturers and product innovators working in hardware, software, communications, and security at the smart system physical level, communications level, systems level, and end-user application level.

Who should attend?

Manufacturers looking to implement IIoT into their operations and companies who provide IIoT solutions. Academic and research institutions that have applicable curriculum. Manufacturing professionals including but not limited to: CTOs, CIOs, Engineers in IT, Operations, and Product Development, R&D, Data Scientists.


12:30pm - Registration and Networking

1:00pm - John Dyck, CEO, CESMII, Clean Energy Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute

1:45pm - Transition to Breakout Sessions

Breakout Session #1 - IIoT Implementation for Small Manufacturers. Facilitated by Joe Work, Senior Growth Advisor, MAGNET.

Breakout Session # 2 - IIoT Implementation for Large Manufacturers. Facilitated by Mike Laurich, Commercialization Manager, Parker Hannifin.

3:00pm - Begin 2nd Breakout Session

Breakout Session #1 - Workforce. Facilitated by Mike Morgenstern, Director of Advancement, Lorain County Community College and Mike Yost, President, MESA International.

Breakout Session #2 – Product Innovation. Facilitated by Jennifer Bennett, Account Manager, Amazon Web Services, Jon Hallsten, CEO, Hallsten Innovations.

4:00pm - Adjourn for networking reception

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to Feb 28

CESMII Annual Meeting

Registration now open for the CESMII Annual Meeting on February 27-28, 2019 at Carnesale Commons on the UCLA campus.  Learn more about Smart Manufacturing and its impact on the digital transformation within manufacturing.

Please click on the links to preview both the CESMII Annual Preliminary Agenda and MESA International Training Session descriptions.

Join us at the CESMII Annual Meeting to be held on February 27-28, 2019 in Los Angeles on the UCLA campus. This event will be a gathering of manufacturing thought leaders, executives and practitioners from all industries and with a common set of objectives – work together to identify and fund the development of innovative technologies, knowledge and business practices that will drive the revitalization of American manufacturing. As the face and voice of Smart Manufacturing, CESMII is in a unique position to bring all of these stakeholders together to focus on addressing these challenges, and provide a structured, agile innovation framework to help this entire ecosystem move forward.

We will announce how we’re partnering with leading technology providers, including the announcement of a hyperscale cloud infrastructure provider, the industry’s leading source of Manufacturing IT knowledge and best practices, a Smart Manufacturing Hackathon, etc., all to accelerate the value that our SM Platform™ and SM Marketplace™ will bring to our members. We will hear from industry luminaries like Simon Jacobson, Vice President at Gartner and Jose Rivera, CEO, Control System Integrators Association.  Additionally, we will provide updates on the current funded project work and announce our strategy for the next round of Project funding.

For members, there will be training opportunities led by MESA International entitled “Smart Manufacturing:  Resetting the Discussion” and “Smart Manufacturing: Cost Justification and ROI” on Wednesday afternoon, February 27, 2019.  Space is limited so I encourage you to register early for the training sessions.

We would be honored to have you join us at our event and be a part of this vital, Smart Manufacturing ecosystem. Click here for a link to the registration page. 

See you at the CESMII Annual Meeting!

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12:00 PM12:00

Washington, DC

John Dyck, CESMII CEO speaks to the key role lawmakers can play in developing smart technology for manufacturing“Lawmakers at all levels can play a key role in the development of smart technology for manufacturing,” said John Dyck, CEO of the Clean Energy Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute on Hill.TV's "Boundless," which aired Wednesday, December 5, 2018.

"Federal and state lawmakers can play a key role in incubating technologies that are vital in smart manufacturing," said CEO John Dyck. "They can play a role in educating the workforce, educating manufacturers and taking some of the objections and the fears away. They can play a role in generating trust or creating trust around the idea of moving data beyond the four walls of the plant to a cloud environment."

"They can play a role in enduring low friction for both the data flow itself, but also the bureaucracy and the way data is monetized across the supply chain," he said.

"Boundless" is a Hill.TV documentary series focused on technological advancements. 

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to Dec 6

Defense Manufacturing Conference

  • Nashville Music City Center (map)
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Meet the CESMII team at the Defense Manufacturing Conference (DMC), Booth 259.  The Defense Manufacturing Conference brings together leaders from government, industry, and academia to exchange perspectives and information about critical Department of Defense (DoD) manufacturing technologies. The focus is on the production and sustainment of affordable defense systems. Over the years, DMC has become the principal national forum for discussion of defense manufacturing issues, policies, programs and capabilities, as well as counterpart industry initiatives and concerns.  The DMC Conference will be conducted simultaneously with the Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS) Conference.

CESMII’s mission is to accelerate Smart Manufacturing adoption throughout the US.  CESMII defines Smart Manufacturing enables the availability of the right information, the right technology, at the right time, in the right form, to the right people, powering smart decision-making within factories and across entire value chains.* (*Small-Medium-Large Enterprises)

Stop by DMC Booth 259 and learn more about how CESMII can help you accelerate your Smart Manufacturing Journey.

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8:00 AM08:00

Regional Seminar on Smart Manufacturing - University of Louisville

  • University of Louisville (Shumaker Research Bldg, room 139 (map)
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Click for registration and for the agenda.

Also include following parking details.

  • Parking Option 1 (5 minute walk) : Floyd Garage Pay Lot : Floyd Garage: 2126 S Floyd Street, Louisville, KY, 40208

  • Parking Option 2 (8 minute walk): Speed Art Museum Garage, 2035 South Third Street, Louisville, KY, 40208

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to Nov 14

MFGCON18 – Conference for Manufacturing Innovation

Year-after-year, attendees leave feeling more informed, more connected and more inspired to create sustainable profit and growth within their own organizations. MfgCon18, not just a conference but a community, is designed to help attendees learn, solve and connect on what’s most important to their business: Workforce Development; On the Plant Floor; Business Growth + Innovation; and Leadership + Culture.

Meet CESMII Team Members and how you can start your Smart Manufacturing journey. CESMII Booth #18

See the link to register for the event. 

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7:30 AM07:30

Advanced Manufacturing Summit: Thinking Machines and Smart Workforce


Dean Schneider, Co-Director of the Southern Regional Manufacturing Center for CESMII, a regional operation of the Clean Energy Smart Manufacturing Institute (CESMII) hosted by the Texas A&M Energy Institute, will present CESMII for the “Manufacturing USA Institute – Cutting Edge Technology for Manufacturers” Session.

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3:30 PM15:30

2018 AIChE Annual Meeting Session 218: Emerging Trends in Smart Manufacturing



Explore emerging trends in Smart Manufacturing through the efforts of the Clean Energy Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute (CESMII). Learn about CESMII and get an overview of the R&D projects that are advancing CESMII’s mission. The session will conclude with a panel discussion on the democratization of Smart Manufacturing that will allow you to ask the experts your most pressing Smart Manufacturing questions.

Moderator and Speaker, Haresh Malkani, CESMII Chief Technology Officer

For more information, please see the abstract attached.



CESMII is about to kick off a portfolio of 10 innovative R&D roadmap projects covering a range of technologies including sensing, process control, data analytics, modeling, as well as workforce development, to address significant challenges faced by the manufacturing community. The projects cut across manufacturing types (discrete, hybrid, process), industry verticals (steel, cement, chemical, aerospace), and scale of focus (unit process, plant, enterprise). Miguel Corcio, Director - Technology Programs - CESMII, we will provide brief overview of the portfolio during this session.

Speaker: MIguel Corcio, CESMII Director of Technical Projects

For more information visit here.




  • Larry Megan – Praxair

  • Sergio Butkewitsch-Choze – Arconic

  • Panagiotis Christofides – UCLA

  • B. Wayne Bequette – Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute


  • Jim Davis, Vice Provost, Information Technology and Chief Academic Technology Officer, UCLA

For more information visit here.

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to Oct 23

American Manufacturing Strategies Summit

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9th Annual American Manufacturing Strategies Summit

Discover the future of American Manufacturing

DAY 2 - Tuesday October 23, 2018 | 12:25pm - 1:00pm:

case studies | Future Technologies & IOT

Implementing Smart Manufacturing to Improve Energy Efficiency by Miguel Corcio, Senior Manager - SM & Technical Projects

Join manufacturing leaders from across the Americas and beyond to discuss, share and learn about...

  • How to achieve faster, more agile, flexible and responsive production

  • Engaging, developing and recruiting your workforce to avoid a skills gap

  • Cost reduction methods

  • Implementing new technologies and increasing cyber security

  • Lean & OpEx strategies to streamline your processes

  • How to implement the same lean & OpEx strategies across multiple plants

  • Digital Manufacturing & The Internet of Things for whatever stage you’re at

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9:00 AM09:00

WEEC: Energy Management for Intelligent Manufacturing

Session: Energy Management for Intelligent Manufacturing

Track H | Industrial Energy Management

Smart Manufacturing Overview - Practical Guidance to Make Sense of the Hype in this Space

Panel Discussion by:

Sudarsan Rachuri, Ph.D., Technology Manager, Federal Program Officer for CESMII

Clean Energy Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute

John Dyck, Chief Executive Officer

Clean Energy Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute

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2:00 PM14:00

The Inside Secrets of Smart Manufacturing

This event is 11am PST - 12pm PST (2pm EST - 3pm EST).

Speakers: John Dyck, Chief Executive Officer, Clean Energy Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute (CESMII), Daniel Ricketts, Development Associate - Technology & Engineering Development and Enrique Herrera, Industry Principal, OSIsoft LLC
Moderator: Chris McNamara, Content Director, Smart Industry

Manufacturing companies are always seeking to improve efficiency, keep their assets operating and reducing energy consumption. These objectives have been around since the beginning of the industrial revolution. Many look to implement modern Smart Manufacturing techniques and sensing technologies, which make use of real-time data. But...

  • What is Smart Manufacturing? And haven’t we been doing this already?

  • What capabilities are needed to manage the vast amounts of sensor data to enable operational insight, business value and predictive outcomes?

  • How can a manufacturer leverage an ecosystem of advanced analytics solutions to help them solve those tough manufacturing problems?

  • Are there examples and lessons learned that can provide some insight along with a community of practitioners you can learn from?

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Learn more about our speakers:

John Dyck
Chief Executive Officer
Clean Energy Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute (CESMII)

John Dyck is a practical visionary with a passion for innovation in the Manufacturing IT space. He’s known globally as a domain expert on both technology and business management in the nexus that often separates IT and Operations. For the past 5 years, he has been focused on how innovations like Cloud and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) impact manufacturing and has pioneered the application of these technologies in a wide range of manufacturing operations across many industries. John was recently awarded a number of patents for the application of IIoT and analytics in manufacturing workflows and business processes. Mr. Dyck was appointed CEO, CESMII in June of 2018, a partnership of industry, universities, national laboratories, and federal, state, and local governments working together to benefit the Nation’s energy and economic security by sharing existing resources and co-investing to accelerate development and commercial deployment of innovative technologies. Prior to joining CESMII, John held leadership positions in large corporations like GE and Rockwell Automation, and was effecting in raising VC funding and building a successful software startup called Activplant. John currently serves as the immediate-past Chairman of MESA International’s (Manufacturing Enterprise Solutions Association) Board of Directors. Mr. Dyck holds a degree in Electronics Engineering from Conestoga College.

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to Aug 15

7th International Congress on Sustainability Science & Engineering (ICOSSE'18)

  • Kingsgate Marriot Conference Center at the Universitty of Cincinnati (map)
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The 7th International Congress on Sustainability Science & Engineering (ICOSSE ’18) focuses on industrial and environmental sustainability areas such as manufacturing, bioproducts & resilient socio-environmental systems, with specific themes outlined in the attached flyer and the email below.

The Manufacturing Institutes panel is planned as one of the technical sessions, with the format of presentations by representatives of the various Manufacturing USA institutes most related to sustainability, including also REMADE and RAPID, that will be moderated and includes a Q&A component. The exact topic is in development, with the focus being on the role or impact the institutes have on the sustainability of the manufacturing sector.

See the brochure and register here for the event.

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9:00 AM09:00

Leveraging Smart Manufacturing for Digital Transformation

Smart Manufacturing is not a destination – it is a journey to digital transformation that begins at the plant floor. Identifying which latest technologies such as IIoT, Big Data, cloud computing, wireless, predictive analytics, etc., should be leveraged in your factory can be overwhelming.

More details to follow!

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8:30 AM08:30

North Country Solutions Forum

  • The Institute for Advanced Manufacturing at Clinton Community College (map)
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‘Advanced Manufacturing and Disruptive Manufacturing Technology’ presented by Marilyn Freeman, Director of the Center for Advanced Materials Processing, Director of Materials Science and Engineering Program, and Jesanis Endowed Chair for Sustainable Energy and Distinguished University Professor of Materials Science and Engineering.

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