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The Future of Medical Production
Date: July 18, 2012
Time: 12:00 - 1:00 pm
Location: Carlson School of Management, room 1-132
This talk will focus on what new production technologies are being implemented, and the movement of the production development process upstream through concurrent engineering. Paur will go in depth into the implications of these technologies and the short and long term effects of the concurrent engineering approach. Two main areas will be explored. First, new and emerging technologies in production and testing equipment that are being used in the medical realm. This includes laser technology, multi-axis motion control, vision-guided machinery, etc. The second is the shift from “siloed” production development to an integrated approach, leading us from product design through machine building, to validation and finally to production development. Paur will explore the integration process as well as the benefits of this approach.
Justin Paur is from a small farm in North Dakota, he has degrees in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, and is currently finishing up his MBA at Carlson. Paur has set up medical production on three continents, including Asia where he lived for six months. He currently works for a production development company, NACS, who is a master supplier to the largest medical device companies in the world.
This seminar is free and open to the public, RSVP is not required. If you are unable to attend, you can participate online via UMConnect at: https://umconnect.umn.edu/mili_paur_7_18_12/
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