Manufacturing today and in the future: Manufacturing today and in the future


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Manufacturing today and in the future:

  • Manufacturing today and in the future:

    • Perspectives: Industry, government, academia
    • Business, policy and economics, and educational programs required.
  • Summit themes:

    • Changing the perception about manufacturing in the US
    • The needs for education for young professionals interested in careers in manufacturing.

Proposed Summit Outcome:

  • Proposed Summit Outcome:

    • Outline and draft for a whitepaper and proposal for funding in education for professional degrees in manufacturing.
    • A call-to-action : describe industry needs, and the opportunity for industry and university partnerships.
    • National institutionalization of “MEng In Manufacturing”-like programs?


The Manufacturing Institute and Deloitte: U.S. public greatly supports the manufacturing industry and would choose to have a manufacturing plant open in their region over other types of employers. However, the public is unwilling to encourage their children pursue careers in manufacturing and believes the government has not enacted policies supportive of the manufacturing sector.

  • The Manufacturing Institute and Deloitte: U.S. public greatly supports the manufacturing industry and would choose to have a manufacturing plant open in their region over other types of employers. However, the public is unwilling to encourage their children pursue careers in manufacturing and believes the government has not enacted policies supportive of the manufacturing sector.



“We can’t find manufacturing managers in the US” - Chris Jorgensen, Global Lean/SPS - Siemens Wind Power

  • “We can’t find manufacturing managers in the US” - Chris Jorgensen, Global Lean/SPS - Siemens Wind Power

  • http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000015820

  • Skills Gap in US Manufacturing





Admissions

  • Admissions

    • B.S. In Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical …
    • MIT Admission
    • Demonstrated interest in and commitment to the art and science of manufacturing.
    • Every admitted student receives a personal interview.


“The Master of Engineering in Manufacturing is a twelve-month professional degree in Mechanical Engineering that is intended to prepare the student to assume a role of technical leadership in the manufacturing industries. The degree is aimed at practitioners who will use this knowledge to become leaders in existing as well as emerging manufacturing companies”

  • “The Master of Engineering in Manufacturing is a twelve-month professional degree in Mechanical Engineering that is intended to prepare the student to assume a role of technical leadership in the manufacturing industries. The degree is aimed at practitioners who will use this knowledge to become leaders in existing as well as emerging manufacturing companies”



Create Technical Leaders for Global Emerging Industries

  • Create Technical Leaders for Global Emerging Industries

  • Create Engineers with a “Systems” view

  • Give a Strong Base for working in any Industry

  • Emphasize Math and Science Based Methods for Analysis, Design and Operation of Manufacturing Enterprises

  • Create an Understanding of the Global Manufacturing Strategies



Manufacturing Physics

  • Manufacturing Physics

    • Processes, Machines, Assembly, Process Control
  • Manufacturing Systems

  • Design and Manufacturing

    • Design for Manufacturing
    • Product Development Process
  • Management and Global Manufacturing

  • Group Projects in Industry





Based in a Company

  • Based in a Company

  • Teams of 3-4 Students

  • Solve Problem of Value to Company and Pedagogically Aligned with the Degree

  • Typical Projects:

    • New Process Development,
    • Quality Improvement Projects,
    • Factory System Improvement,
    • Supply Chain Analysis and Design


Typical Industries…

  • Typical Industries…



Fall

  • Fall

    • Project Identification by Companies
    • Presentations to Students
    • Selection of Teams and Projects
  • January

    • Begin Project with ~ 2-3 week attachment
  • February - May

  • May - August

    • Full Time Attachment


Implementation of RFID for Parts Tracking in a Equipment Manufacturing Factory

    • Implementation of RFID for Parts Tracking in a Equipment Manufacturing Factory
    • Robust Product – Process Design for a Diagnostic Microfluidic Device
    • Process Improvement in a High Volume Packaging Material Manufacturing Plant
    • Process Improvement for Manufacturing ofHigh Lift Oil Well Pumps
    • Process Improvement for Manufacture of Deep Well Instrumentation Systems
    • Development of a Logistics Resource Allocation System
    • Supply Chain Planning of Global Electronics Manufacturer for Short Life Cycle Products
    • Analysis, Scheduling and Planning in Wafer Fabrication Systems
    • Analysis, Appraisal and Improvement on Airbag Sensor Assembly Line
    • Improvement Study on Internal Supply Chain in Offshore Industry
    • Optimization of Cleaning Process for Castings










First MIT Class Graduated in 2006

  • First MIT Class Graduated in 2006

    • Class Size Varies from 15-25 each year
  • All Students Find Relevant Employment

  • Move Quickly and Easily into Manufacturing Operations and Engineering Roles



“This degree not only gave me the “hard skills” like, Statistic Quality Control, Accounting and supply chain knowledge, and design for customer needs, it also taught “soft skills” such as how to be fast leaner, how to adapt to new environment, working in teams, and insight into entrepreneurship.”

  • “This degree not only gave me the “hard skills” like, Statistic Quality Control, Accounting and supply chain knowledge, and design for customer needs, it also taught “soft skills” such as how to be fast leaner, how to adapt to new environment, working in teams, and insight into entrepreneurship.”

  • Diao Zongjie Product Engineer Avago Technologies (Formerly Agilent)

  • The MEng helped me gain a whole new perspective towards manufacturing and industry. I must say, I have been able to apply whatever I learnt at MIT in a period of 9 months-from manufacturing and quality principles to supply chain…

  • Ambika Goel Design and Development Engineer Accellent Manufacturing

  • The experience has equipped me with understanding of a new generation
of business, grounded in engineering science knowledge, and has also
taught me valuable life skills in communication and teamwork.

  • Kek Sei Wee, founder Achilles Consulting



“We can’t find manufacturing managers in the US” - Chris Jorgensen, Global Lean/SPS - Siemens Wind Power

  • “We can’t find manufacturing managers in the US” - Chris Jorgensen, Global Lean/SPS - Siemens Wind Power

  • http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000015820

  • Skills Gap in US Manufacturing















MEngM,

  • MEngM,



MEngM – Professional Degree

  • MEngM – Professional Degree

    • Industry Based Projects
  • Recruiting Initiatives and Fellowship Programs

    • Fellowships
    • Young Engineer Employment / Education Package
    • Career Fairs
  • Executive Courses

  • Research



  • - build and maintain points of collaboration

  • - help companies recruit our students and alumni

  • - facilitate connections to faculty and researchers

  • - small and elite group of companies

  • - keep industry engaged with and informed about education and research activities



Necessary to correctly interpret the fundamentals in practice.

  • Necessary to correctly interpret the fundamentals in practice.

  • Allows manufacturers to understand what educators can and cannot do.

  • Educators care about industry needs, keep up with changes while offering a solid fundamental education.

  • Education process must be maintained, as well as effort directed toward new topics, technologies, and approaches. Like industry, there is a process of continuous improvement.




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