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Innovation Roundtable II

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Introduction: Susan Hockfield, President of MIT

Posted 4 years by alumontechtv 00:00:00

Introduction, cont’d: Suzanne Berger, Professor of Political Science

Posted 4 years by alumontechtv 00:09:36

Introduction cont’d: Ken Gabriel, Deputy Director of DARPA

Posted 4 years by alumontechtv 00:22:51

Introduction to panel one: Angela Belcher, Professor of Biological Engineering

Posted 4 years by alumontechtv 00:45:18

Materials genome project: Gerbrand Cedar, Professor of Materirals Science and Engineering

Posted 4 years by alumontechtv 00:50:35

Lightweight materials for transport: Charles Fine, Professor at Sloan School of Management

Posted 4 years by alumontechtv 01:02:38

Lightweight materials cont’d: Richard Roth, Research assistant in Engineering Systems

Posted 4 years by alumontechtv 01:09:08

Bio-inspired materials: Christine Ortiz, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering

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Nanomanufacturing: Martin Culpepper, Professor of Mechanical Engineering

Posted 4 years by alumontechtv 01:29:24

Intro to panel two: Charles Cooney, Professor of Chemical Engineering

Posted 4 years by alumontechtv 01:53:25

Robotics and AI in manufacturing: Rodney Brooks, Professor of Robotics

Posted 4 years by alumontechtv 01:57:01

Production transformation in pharma-bio: Bernhardt Trout, Professor of Chemical Engineering

Posted 4 years by alumontechtv 02:10:30

Crossover between services and manufacturing: Sanjay Sarma, Director of MIT-SUTD Collaboration

Posted 4 years by alumontechtv 02:21:47

Sustainable manufacturing systems: Timothy Gutowski, Professor of Mechanical Engineering

Posted 4 years by alumontechtv 02:34:57

Panel two Q&A

Posted 4 years by alumontechtv 02:45:24

Closing remarks: Michael Cusumano, Professor at Sloan School of Management

Posted 4 years by alumontechtv 02:55:23

A thought for future panels. I find that the sound reproduction is inconsistent and inadequate and might be vastly improved by the use of lapel microphones or multiple pickups that could prevent the fluctions in sound level when the speakers turn or move away from the microphone. Reception is poor even at the highest volume setting. Video Reception on the other hand is excellent. I look forward to these panels with great interest, but am unable follow the discussion due to variations in the sound level.

Posted 4 years by Anonymous 00:01:11

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