American manufacturing is experiencing a renaissance. Long identified with such terms as “good old American know-how” and “Yankee ingenuity,” American industry is again rising to world prominence after decades of decline. It is a rebirth driven in large part by dramatic increases in productivity made possible by advances in manufacturing processes and technologies. Yet there remain many obstacles to a full realization of the potential of the American manufacturing sector.
Join us for: “Enabling Manufacturing Innovation in America”
Mr. Paul T. Evans, P.E.
Director, Manufacturing Systems Department
Southwest Research Institute
Thursday, Nov. 13, 2014
6:00PM – 7:00PM
BRIC Symposium 3160
Reception before the lecture at 5:30PM at the BRIC Symposium 3160 atrium.
Contact Sherri Honza at 254-710-1271 for more information.