Global Manufacturing Student think tank day 7th March
Global Manufacturing Student think tank day 7th March 2017 www.cranfield.ac.uk Global Manufacturing Student Think Tank Agenda of the day
2.00 3.00 pm:Keynote Talks Dr Stephen Fox, VTT, Finland: Sustainable production taxonomy: the varying potential of different manufacturing distributions to improve the sustainability of production Mr John Patsavellas, Altro Ltd, UK: Zooming in Zooming out: A perspective from a 20-year career in Manufacturing Businesses 3.00 5.30 pm:Student presentations on Manufacturing around the globe and debate Omo Oleghe and Oluwaseyi Omoloso: Nigeria Andrei Ionascu: Romania Javier Amaya Silva: Colombia
Eloise Martin: France Vats Kshitij: India Tom Leigh: UK Francesco Moretti: Italy Johnny Moeller: Denmark Patriot Silitonga: Indonesia Guillermmo del Valle Martinez and Toni Haleote Perramon: Spain
Q&A session A 5.30 pm: Q&A session B Event Closing: Prof Rajkumar Roy 2 How to participate in the debate
Use #mfgthinktank and @cranfielduni to join the conversation, ask questions and share your opinion! 3 Keynote talks Dr. Stephen Fox, VTT, Finland
Twenty-five years' industry experience as an apprentice, craftsman, manager and director. Fifteen years of experience carrying out scientific research, development, and innovation work.
Research in: in socio-technical systems for breaking down barriers to people manufacturing their own prosperity in regions without industrial infrastructure 4 Keynote talks Mr. John Patsavellas, Altro Ltd, UK
Board member of Altro Ltd. and president of the European Resilient Flooring Manufacturers Institute Studied Mechanical Engineering University of Huddersfield (Hons), MSc in manufacturing systems and management from the University of Bradford MBA from the University of Kingston. Worked in several industries as diverse as food, pharmaceuticals, fashion, printing and building products. He has worked around the world, managing, buying, moving and building factories and deploying advanced technologies. Led the Altro team to win the 2014 Manufacturing Excellence award for innovation in products and services.
Member of the All-Party Parliamentary Manufacturing Group (APMG) and a member of the IETs Manufacturing Policy Panel and the IETs Production and Design Sector. 5 Student think tank presentations 6 #mfgthinktank @cranfielduni
Manufacturing in the UK 7 #mfgthinktank @cranfielduni Manufacturing in Italy
8 #mfgthinktank @cranfielduni Manufacturing in Denmark 9 #mfgthinktank @cranfielduni
Manufacturing in Indonesia 10 #mfgthinktank @cranfielduni Manufacturing in Spain
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