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Alan Taub 博士

美国通用公司研发中心,执行总监

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Alan Taub 博士1976 美国Brown 大学获得材料工程学士学位,分别于1977 年和1979 年在美国Harvard大学获得硕士和博士学位,2006 年当选为美国工程院院士。之后,在美国通用电气公司工作近15 年。1993年进入美国福特汽车公司负责材料科学部工作,2001 年进入美国通用汽车公司(GM),2004年任美国通用汽车公司R&D 中心执行主任,负责GM 7个科学实验室工作。Alan Taub博士拥有26项发明专利,发表学术论文60余篇。

 

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David J. Whitehouse 教授

英国Warwick大学工程学院

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Whitehouse教授于1958年毕业于布里斯托尔大学物理专业,于1971年取得莱斯特大学摩擦学博士学位, 并于1986年获沃里克大学摩擦学专业理学博士。1958年至1961年,Whitehouse教授在一家电气控制公司担任开发工程师,积累了广泛的实际经验。自1961年开始, 他成为莱斯特泰勒霍布森公司的研发工程师并于1970年升为首席研发工程师,直到1978年他离开工业界,进入英国沃里克大学机械工程系,开始他的学术生涯。Whitehouse教授是英国由工业界直接转入学术界作教授的第一例。
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教授于1980年设立机械工程专业和工业工程专业,同时建立了欧洲第一个享有盛誉的微工程中心。他于1990年成为工程学院工程科学教授和首席科学家,并于2001年被授予荣誉教授。在此期间,他因在表面计量方面的突出贡献荣获SERC 5 year Senior Fellowship奖。
不论是在工业界还是学术界,Whitehouse教授都被认为是表面计量领域一流的科学家。他先后发表250多篇文章, 5部著作,包括权威性著作《Handbook of Surface Metrology》,并拥有20多个专利。他还在1991年创立了世界上第一个纳米技术方面杂志。Whitehouse教授多次获得来自英国、日本、俄国和美国的各种荣誉、奖章和奖项。1998年,他获得由英国国家物理实验室颁发的终身成就奖―― "Champion of Metrology"2002年,他获得由美国精密工程学会颁发的终身成就奖,证书中称之为"数字化计量之父"
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教授同时还是许多著名公司的顾问,其中包括英国罗尔斯·罗伊斯公司、联合利华公司和泰勒霍布森公司,美国柯达公司、通用电气公司、Caterpillar Tractor公司和 3M 公司,以及日本东芝公司, 德国UBM公司和新加坡ministry of productivity
近年来,他还担任中国天津大学和哈尔滨工业大学以及英国Huddersfield大学的兼职教授和顾问教授,并于2004年获英国Huddersfield大学荣誉理学博士。
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教授的业余爱好包括听古典音乐、游泳和进行重量训练。2006年,他因在20年里共游泳 5,000 英里 (8,000公里)而受到英国业余游泳协会嘉奖。在他70岁那年,他一共游了709 公里。

 

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卢秉恒 教授

中国工程院院士

西安交通大学机械工程学院,院长

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卢秉恒 教授,现任西安交通大学机械工程学院院长,中国工程院院士,国家自然科学基金委员会第一、二届专家咨询委员会委员,国务院学位委员会机械学科评议组召集人,中国机械工程学会副理事长,中国机械制造工艺协会副理事长。
他负责建设了教育部快速成型制造工程中心及快速制造与装备国家工程中心。一直从事先进制造技术的研究,开展了快速成型、生物制造、微纳制造与电子制造装备等方面的科研和教学工作。 主持了 "九五""十五"国家重点科技攻关项目及国家自然科学基金、国家"973"课题等20余项。拥有10多项发明专利,开发出具有国际首创的紫外光快速成型机及有国际先进水平的机、电、光一体化快速制造设备和一系列快速模具制造技术,形成了一套支持企业产品创新的产品快速开发系统。在该系统的支持下,由西安交通大学先进制造技术研究所开发的抗堵灌水器在农业节水灌溉领域得到广泛的应用。
卢秉恒 教授近年来荣获诸多奖项,其中包括:1998年获国家教育部科技进步一等奖,2000年获国家科技进步二等奖,2004年获陕西省科技进步一等奖,2005年获国家技术发明二等奖。其他荣誉包括:1991年获国务院学位委员会授予的"做出突出贡献的中 博士学位获得者"2001年获中华全国总工会授予的"全国五一劳动奖章"、国家科技部"九五"国家重点科技攻关计划突出贡献者荣誉称号及蒋氏基金会科技成就奖。他主编"十五"国家级规划教材《机械制造技术基础》。发表论文共 400余篇,其中被SCIEI收录100余篇。

 

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李杰 教授

辛辛那提大学L.W. ScottAlter 讲座教授

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李杰(Jay Lee)教授现任辛辛那提大学L.W. ScottAlter 讲座教授、NSF I/UCR 智能维护系统(IMS)中心主任、上海交通大学、"长江学者"讲座教授及工业创新中心主任,香港理工大学讲座教授。曾任威斯 康辛大学 教授,美国十大工业技术研究机构之一的联合技术研究中心产品开发与制造部主任,曾任美国国家科学基金会产学研合作与工程教育部主任,多年来倡导和推动美国企业界与高校之间的产学合作研究与教育,取得了积极的成效,国内外享有很高声誉。主要研究领域为:测量与检测,机械电子工程,机器智能维护等,在国际重要学术期刊和文集上发表论文近百篇。

 

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陈绍琛 教授

美国国家科学基金会纳米制造项目主任

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陈绍琛 博士1989年毕业于清华大学,获热能工程学士学位; 1999年毕业于加州大学伯克利分校,获机械工 博士学位。 目前研究领域包括纳米光子学、纳米制造、生物材料、纳米医药和能源纳米技术。 2001年获美国自然科学基金会CAREER奖;2002年获美国制造工程师协会(SME)杰出青年制造工程师奖;2004年获美国海军研究办公室青年研究者奖;2006年获AIAA 最佳论文奖。他现任美国自然科学基金会纳米技术项目主任,得克萨斯大学奥斯汀分校机械工程系Henderson Centennial 特聘教授。 博士同时也是美国机械工程师协会(ASME)会员,ASME 纳米技术研究所及IEEE 纳米技术理事会委员,ASME Journal of Manufacturing Science and EngineeringJournal of Biomedical Nanotechnology等期刊的副编辑,美国科学出版社于2008年出版的"Nanomanufacturing"的编辑以及NanomedicineThe Open Materials Science Journal等期刊的编委会成员。他还曾于2003年任IEEE Transactions on Advanced Packaging: NEMS/MEMS Packaging(专刊)的客座主编。

 

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Song, Ji Oh 博士

三星电子有限公司,机电制造中心,执行副总裁(高级顾问)

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尹钟龙 博士,毕业于首尔大学机械工程专业,获学士和硕士学位。还获得美国IOWA大学硕士与博士学位。现任三星电子的执行副总裁(高级顾问)及日前国际技能大赛的秘书长。2001年至20071月曾担任三星公司机电制造中心总经理,负责三星电子先进制造技术的研究,具体包括工厂自动化、新型装备和制造软件的开发。
博士于1996年加入并领导三星汽车技术中心,曾是三星综合技术研究院执行副总裁和首席研究官,全面负责公司的技术策略。他的职业生涯始于1979年,当时在普惠公司任高级工程师;之后于1983年加入通用汽车公司研究实验室,广泛研究结构与系统优化;在1986年转入通用汽车的中型车与豪华轿车部门,成为汽车结构与系统优化部门经理,期间参与多种车型的开发项目;并于1996年加入三星汽车。他还曾在韩国陆军军官学校机械工程系 任助理 教授。
目前 博士带领韩国代表团参与国际智能制造系统项目,也是韩国机械工程师学会成员,曾任韩国CAD/CAM学会主席及自动化控制与系统工程研究所副主席。

 

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Stefan Kaierle 博士

欧洲激光协会,主席

德国弗劳恩霍夫激光技术研究所系统部,主任

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斯特凡 凯尔乐, 博士,主修电子工程专业,在RWTH Aachen University 取得机械工 博士学位后,他担任德国弗劳恩霍夫激光技术研究所(ILT)系统部主任,在过程控制、激光系统技术、激光加工及相关领域发表了100多篇文章。
目前他受聘为北京工业大学和长春理工大学客座教授,并担任欧洲激光协会(ELI)主席。

 

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翟婉明 教授

长江学者,西南交通大学牵引动力国家重点实验室

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翟婉明 教授,博士生导师。江苏省人。1985年毕业于西南交通大学机械系,1992年获博士学位,1994年被授予国家有突出贡献的中青年专家称号,1995年获国家杰出青年科学基金(机械学科首批),1999年受聘为"长江学者"特聘教授。曾任国际车辆系统动力学协会(IAVSD)第1719届学术委员。现任西南交通大学首 教授、牵引动力国家重点实验室副主任、列车与线路研究所所长,兼任四川省振动工程学会副理事长,《机械工程学报》、《振动工程学报》等编委、《振动与冲击》编委会副主任。
长期从事铁路工程领域动力学理论与应用研究,提出并创建了机车车辆-轨道耦合动力学全新理论体系,有关模型和算法在国际上被称为"翟-孙模型""翟方法",提出了机车车辆与线路最佳匹配设计原理及方法,主持开发了与之配套的仿真装置与试验技术,成功应用于我国铁路提速、重载及高速客运专线建设10多个重点工程领域,获得国家科技进步一等奖、四川省科技进步一等奖、教育部科技进步一等奖(以上均排名第一),并入选2005年度"中国高校十大科技进展"。个人曾获得第六届"中国青年科学家奖"、何梁何利科学技术创新奖、以及"长江学者成就奖"一等奖(工程科学首位)。

 

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Driving Change in the Automobile Industry: Technology Trends and Challenges in the 21st Century
Alan Taub
Executive Director, Research & Development, General Motors Corporation
Abstract

      The DNA of the automobile has not changed for over 100 years. Vehicles continue to be largely energized by petroleum, powered by internal combustion engines, and operated via mechanical linkages. However, given today challenges related to energy, environment, safety, and congestion, one must question whether the continued evolution of this DNA will enable sustainable industry growth. Fortunately, a new and revolutionary automotive DNA is at hand, made possible by the convergence of advanced propulsion, electrical and electronic controls and systems, telematics, and advanced and smart materials. The convergence of these technologies will enable the industry to reinvent the automobile and address the externalities currently associated with our vehicles. The major issues will be discussed in each technology arena, which in many cases includes infrastructure and standards development. The presentation will highlight how solutions to these issues will help the industry reinvent the automobile and continue to grow the business sustainably.

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Surface Metrology for Control of Manufacture

David Whitehouse

Warwick University

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      The paper will show how the surface finish has been used in production from the earliest time to the latest developments. Surfaces have been used to control manufacture for many years. It started in the late 1930s and has been developing ever since. The reason for its usefulness is that the surface roughness is very sensitive to change of any sort in the manufacturing process. At first very simple parameters were used for example AA (CLA), Ra all words for the average value of the roughness or sometimes Rt the peak to valley. These were easy to measure from a chart. With the advent of digital methods other aspects of the surface geometry could be used such as waviness and form as well as signals from instruments measuring roundness which enabled the machine tool to be monitored. Soon with the use of random process analysis it became possible to measure tool wear as well as factors such as grinding efficiency. In particular correlation methods were used in abrasive processes such as polishing and power spectral methods were used for single point cutting such as turning. More recently multidimensional functions have been introduced. One of these called the Wigner Distribution Function measures in time as well space at the same time and can differentiate between different forms of machine tool vibration including axial and radial modes. Chirp signals indicating changing damping conditions in cutting can also be monitored. The paper also shows how fractal analysis can be of use in assessing some aspects of surface integrity especially of fine processes. Some recent developments are introduced. These include three generations of wavelet analysis which are now being used to characterize surface defects on silicon wafers and free-form techniques for controlling complicated geometries now being designed for optical applications in scanners and similar devices.

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Nano-manufacturingVision and Missions

Bingheng Lu

Fellow of Chinese Academy of Enginnering

Professor, Institute Of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, Xian Jiaotong University , China
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      The conceptions based on discoveries made by scientists in nanoscience over the past decades promise various encouraging products or systems which can change our world in this century. But How long will it be before all of these becomes true and what should be done from the perspective of manufacturing engineering to turn the scientists' conceptions to real life products in mass scale to serve human welfares. It is widely believed that the timing has come for turning from nanoscience to nanomanufacturing. This talk is based on the proposal of a grand research program "Basic Research of Nanomanufacturing" to China National Natural Science Foundation. The proposal is the result of the efforts by dozens of cross-disciplinary exports in China over the past two years. This talk is a brief introduction of the proposal, in an attempt to provide a vision into nanomanufacturing concepts and define focus studies for researchers working in the related fields. The talk has come to mainly the following conclusions
(1) It is the critical mission for manufacturing engineers to develop tools and consistent processes which enable a cost-effective and mass-scale building of nanometer-scale structures, features, devices, and systems suitable for integration across higher dimensional scales (micro-, meso- and macroscale) to provide functional products and useful services. The development of both these functional products and their building processes may be inspired by the conceptions or discoveries made in the nanoscience fields.
(2) Nanomanufacturing may be subdivided into three inter-related research fields, i.e., (a)manufacturing of macro-scale objects or structures in a nanometer or sub-nanometer level precision; (b)Manufacturing of nanometer-scale objects or structures in large mass; (c)assembly or integration of cross-scale or cross-dimensional objects or structures into functional systems.
(3) The enabling technologies for nanomanufacturing which have to be explored by manufacturing experts may include processes and tools for creating nano-textured or sub-nano precision surfaces, generating nano-scale patterns and multi-dimensions structures, connecting or bonding cross-scale objects, and mass-manipulating cross-scale objects in a nanometer precision.

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Dominant Design for Product and Service Innovation: Strategies, Tools, and Case studies

Jay Lee

Ohio Eminent Scholar and

L.W. Scott Alter Chair Professor in Advanced Manufacturing, Univ. of Cincinnati
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      Innovation is not an option for today's industry. For the past decade, globalization and transformation of the flat-world economy has produced vast new challenges for industry. Innovation is not just about new product development; it also refers to the creation of new value-added services to transform better productivity and business performance. As the practice of product design have expanded both in economic and social impact and in technological complexity, so the demands upon innovative service systems. For example, GE Medical changed its name to GE Healthcare Technologies to expand its business opportunities. Companies such as IBM and Xerox are also transforming to be smart service business leaders. The key innovation of these successes is based on a dominant design thinking and strategy on combined business model and technology breakthroughs.
This presentation introduces the strategies for product and service innovation based on a Dominant Design approach. Innovation matrix and application space mapping tools will be used to illustrate how to formulate "gaps" between product and customer needs. In addition, examples will be used to illustrate how world-class companies and small to media size companies can transform to innovative service business.

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US National Science Foundation Program in Nanomanufacturing

Shaochen Chen

Program Director for Nanomanufacturing, Division of Civil,Mechanical and Manufacturing
Innovation,National Science Foundation, Room 545, Wilson Blvd., Arlington , VA 22230 , USA

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      The National Science Foundation provided approximately $26.58 million in Fiscal Year 2007 for fundamental research and education in nanomanufacturing in the United States , mostly to colleges and universities, with some support provided to small businesses. The core Nanomanufacturing Program emphasizes scale-up of nanotechnology to increase the production rate, reliability, robustness, yield, and efficiency of manufacturing processes and reduce the cost of nanotechnology products and services. Nanomanufacturing capitalizes on the special material properties and processing capabilities at the nanoscale, promotes integration of nanostructures to functional micro devices and meso/macroscale architectures and systems, and addresses interfacing issues across dimensional scales. The program promotes multi-functionality across all energetic domains, including mechanical, thermal, fluidic, chemical, biochemical, electromagnetic, optical etc. The focus incorporates a systems approach, encompassing nanoscale materials and structures, fabrication and integration processes, production equipment and characterization instrumentation, theory/modeling/simulation and control tools, biomimetic design and integration of multiscale functional systems, and industrial application. In this talk, I will overview research projects recently funded in the Nanomanufacturing Program at NSF.

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Title: Challenges and Innovations in Electronics Manufacturing

Ji Oh Song

Executive Vice President

Mechatronics & Manufacturing Technology Center, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.

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The global electronics manufacturing industries continue to expand as more electronic devices are becoming essential commodities. The evolution of digital and information technology is expanding the consumer electronics market in an unprecedented speed while steep price drops are common for most products. The industry needs to be more responsive to such market situations by adopting various innovations in product design and manufacturing.

Many electronics companies are trying to focus on their core competencies such as R&D and design while manufacturing off-shore or through EMS companies to reduce cost and capital investment. However, competency in manufacturing is equally important as it differentiates products by quality, uniqueness, and cost.

Samsung Electronics, the largest consumer electronics company in the world, is driving intensifying manufacturing initiatives by ‘Re-discovering of manufacturing’. The speech will deliver some cases of flexible and leaner manufacturing practiced in Samsung Electronics. Products are designed for manufacturability, maintenance, and environment. In-house developed equipment and automation system enable better productivity and quality. Customized manufacturing software systems form the fundamentals of lean manufacturing system in Samsung. Discovering of invisible factory involves finding various loss factors in manufacturing processes. Modifying de facto standard equipment and optimizing by IE (Industrial Engineering) provide extra productivity without investment. Traditional conveyor belt production lines are replaced with cell manufacturing systems while low cost intelligent automation and information technology support human workers. Finally, our initiatives in developing young human resources for skilled works by cooperating with the World Skills International will be presented.

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From Flexible to Adaptive Manufacturing: an Approach for Laser MaterialsProcessing

Stefan Kaierle

Head of Department System Technology, Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology
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      The trend towards flexible manufacturing has been an important driver for the development of modern manufacturing technologies during the last decade. Approaches such as flexible manufacturing systems have been investigated and partly been realized. Such methods have mostly been resource-based whereas it has become aware in recent time that a change towards knowledge-based manufacturing appears to be expedient. This is clearly underlined in the Strategic Research Agenda of the Manufuture European Technology Platform. Manufuture had been founded - similar to the Photonics21 platform - in order to develop and elaborate a research agenda for the domain of manufacturing.
The presentation will give an overview on the demands and drivers for new manufacturing approaches, broken down for laser technology. This will be illustrated by the advancements of the recent years that have been achieved in autonomous laser processing. A view into adaptive manufacturing technology for laser materials processing will top off this presentation.

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Theory and Application of Railway Vehicle-Track Coupling Dynamics

Wanming Zhai

Southwest Jiaotong University , China
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      Chinese Railways are in the high transportation capacity condition for a long time, which results in intense dynamic interaction between train and track. The safety problem becomes severer than ordinary railways. The author and his research team have done in-depth investigation on this area and got systematical research achievements as follows:
(1) A new theory system has been built on vehicle-track coupling dynamics, including the academic idea, theoretical model, numerical method, simulation method and experimental method, which provide the key theoretical base for the safety design of the vehicle and track dynamic systems on Chinese railways with very high transportation capacity and very high dynamic loads.
(2) The detailed vehicle-track coupling models were established for typical locomotives, passenger cars, freight cars and various tracks. Three research advances were made. Firstly, the models completely describe the dynamic properties and the interactive characteristic of the vehicle and track system. Secondly, a new wheel/rail dynamically coupled model has been established, which abandons three unreasonable hypotheses, i.e., the rail is without movement, the wheel and the rail are rigid, and the wheel always keep contact with the rail. The third, a model was built for the analysis of railway ballast vibrations.
(3) A simulation platform has been developed for optimal design of the overall vehicle-track dynamic systems of high-speed railways, heavy-hual railways as well as the speed-up railways in China , which include two simulation systems, VICT for vertical system and TTISIM for lateral system.
(4) A field measurement system was developed to assess the safety of dynamic interactions between railway vehicles and tracks. Several full-scale field measurements have been carried out for the safety assessments of high-speed and heavy-hual wheel/rail dynamic systems.
(5) A series of key dynamic problems have been investigated and solved in Chinese railway engineering, e.g., the nonlinear lateral vibration of SS7E type locomotive, the wheel/rail dynamic safety on very small radius curves in mountain areas, and the optimal design of high-speed slab track structures.
Above research achievement was selected to the top ten advances on science and technology in Chinese university in the year of 2005, which was also assigned as the first-class prize of National Award for Science and Technology Progress by State Department in 2005.

 

 

 

 

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