Invited Research Lecture: Innovation Science and Data Mining in Manufacturing and Service Applications
Date: 11 Jan 2007 - 11 Jan 2007
Venue: Auditorium, Tower Block, SIMTech, 71 Nanyang Drive
This presentation aims to provide manufacturing industry with a better understanding with the use of innovative science and mining techniques for the development of new products to the control of product quality and improvement of performance and services. Research community will gain from the various techniques, models and tools for enhancing innovation.
About the Speaker
Dr Andrew Kusiak is a Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at the University of Iowa. His research interests include the applications of computational intelligence in automation, product development, manufacturing, energy and healthcare. Dr Kusiak has published 13 books and over 150 papers in journals sponsored by professional societies such as AAAI, ASME, IEEE, IIE, ESOR, IFIP, IFAC, INFORMS, ISPE, AND SME. He speaks frequently at international meetings, conducts professional seminars and consults for industrial corporations. Dr Kusiak has served on editorial boards of over 30 journals, edited book series and is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing.
2.45 pm: Registration
3.00 pm: Presentation by Professor Andrew Kusiak
3.45 pm: Tea Break & Networking
4.15 pm: Presentation by Professor Andrew Kusiak
5.00 pm: End
Who Should Attend
Senior management staff, R&D personnel, managers, engineers, scientists, analysts, academic staff and graduate students.
Free admission. All are welcome. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Pre-registration for the lecture is necessary.
Registration closing date: 9 January 2007 (Tuesday)