Remain Relevant in Your Industry

Every company needs to prepare and implement 3D printing in order to remain relevant in their industry. No one can sit this phenomenon out. 

And every company must deal with the challenges to safety, security, ownership, and other issues which 3D printing presents. Get ready at Rock Stars of 3D Printing, a one-day event featuring the experts, early adopters, and visionaries that are driving this revolution.
 
Who's Attending?
 

Executives, program managers, and technical professionals from Raytheon, Yahoo!, Hewlett-Packard, FujiFilm Systems, Applied Materials, Hexcel Corp., Maxim, Neurintel, NuVasive, Boyd Lighting, Society of Manufacturing Engineers. Cranial Technologies, and more.

 

March 17, 2015 - San Jose, California

 

These high-level, one-day discussions aimed at business as well as technology leaders will empower attendees to understand what's next in today's most important technologies.

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Only 30 percent of American companies have even begun the move to additive manufacturing – the phenomenon called 3D printing – and yet, this revolutionary technology will –

  • Change the way we produce EVERYTHING from automobiles to prosthetics to food
  • Make possible the production of things barely imagined – like replication of human body parts
  • Restore "on-shore" manufacturing
  • Dramatically reduce costs
  • Phenomenally reduce waste and the cost of energy
  • Place "manufacturing" in the hands of every individual
  • Exponentially increase innovation
 

3D printing will change the way we produce everything--from automobiles to prosthetics to food. And it's changing the way we do business, in every industry from high tech to healthcare.

Every company needs to prepare and implement 3D printing in order to remain relevant in their industry! No one can sit this phenomenon out! And every company must deal with the challenges to safety, security, ownership, and other issues which 3D printing presents. Get ready at Rock Stars of 3D Printing, a one-day event featuring the experts, early adopters, and visionaries that are driving this revolution.

There is no event like Rock Stars of 3D Printing – where amazing vision and real-world application meet. Get actual case histories, ask questions about your business, network with other business and technical professionals, see actual examples of products and techniques in exhibits, and refresh with some food.

This will be a sold-out event. REGISTER NOW while early pricing is still in effect. Don't miss your chance to be there when paradigms shift!

speakers


Paul Benning
Benning
Jesse Harrington Au
Au
 
Brian Gaff
Gaff
Paul Brody
Brody
 
Terry Yoo
Yoo
Joshua Greenbaum
Greenbaum
 
Prabhjot Singh
Singh
Brian David Johnson
Johnson
 
Benjamin J. Warlick
Warlick
Cliff Waldman
Waldman
 

Jesse Harrington Au

Chief Maker Advocate
Autodesk

Jesse Harrington Au is the Chief Maker Advocate from Autodesk, in charge of igniting passion in the design and maker communities for computer controlled design and fabrication. He works worldwide with colleges and makerspaces to create the next revolution in products and innovation. Maker Media recently published Au's book, "3D CAD with Autodesk 123D," a guide that provides basic knowledge of CAD, CAD language, CAM, and other digital rapid prototyping methods.

Paul Brody

VP & Global Industry Leader of Electronics
IBM

Paul leads IBM's Global Electronics Industry team, serving the world's top electronics companies. He has more than 15 years of business strategy consulting experience in the US, Europe, Africa, and Asia, working primarily in electronics and supply chain management. Paul's work ranges from detailed operations transformation in factory planning up to CEO-Level enterprise transformation plans.
 

Paul Benning

Print Engines, Chief Technologies
HP

Paul Benning is print engines chief technologist in the CTO office of HP's Printing and Personal Systems Group, where he combines core technology invention with printer product development to create growth opportunities for Inkjet solutions. Benning also guides the technology investment portfolio for HP's core firing chamber and print module innovations and is a leader for open innovation efforts at HP. Previously, Benning helped launch page-wide Inkjet printing at HP – a technology that has grown into the foundation of HP's office, commercial, and industrial print engine platforms. He also initiated IPG's technical push into multiple new business areas.

Brian Gaff

Partner
McDermott Will & Emery LLP

Brian M. Gaff is an IEEE Senior Member and a partner in the McDermott Will & Emery law firm in Boston. After several years as an engineer at Hewlett-Packard Co., Gaff became a lawyer. He focuses his practice on complex patent litigation and has handled cases in federal courts throughout the US. In addition, he counsels clients on ways to protect their intellectual property in both the US and abroad.
 

Joshua Greenbaum

Principal
Enterprise Applications Consulting

Joshua has over 30 years of experience in the industry as a computer programmer, systems analyst, author, consultant, and industry analyst. Josh regularly consults with leading public and private enterprise software, database, infrastructure, implementation, and hardware companies, and advises end users on technology infrastructure and applications selection, development, and implementation issues.

Prabhjot Singh

Manager, Additive Manufacturing Lab
GE Global Research

Prabhjot Singh is Manager of the Additive Manufacturing Lab for GE Global Research in Niskayuna, New York, USA. His background in additive manufacturing extends far beyond the world of commercial AM machines. During his graduate studies at Michigan, he developed a process-planning framework for the five-axis layered deposition complex 3D CAD models. In addition, he has developed a novel digital microprinting system for producing ceramics.
 

Terry Yoo

Computer Scientist and Head, 3D Informatics Group
National Institutes of Health

Yoo is the Head of the 3D Informatics Group in the Office of High Performance Computing and Communications at the National Library of Medicine, part of the U.S. National Institutes of Health. He was awarded the 2013 Hubert H. Humphrey Service to America Award from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for his tireless advocacy of open science. Terry's work makes use of 3D printing and visualization across the biomedical sciences.

Cliff Waldman

Council Director and Senior Economist
Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation

Cliff Waldman is Senior Economist for the Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation (MAPI) and regularly writes and speaks on the US and global economic outlooks. He has authored a number of papers and published several articles on the Chinese economy, winning a national award for an analysis of Chinese demographic trends. Most recently, he directed a large project for the Southern Governors Association that analyzed the potential for advanced manufacturing cluster development in the American south.
 

Brian David Johnson

Futurist and Director, Future Casting and Experience Research
Intel

The future is Brian David Johnson's business. As a futurist at Intel, his charter is to develop an actionable 10-15 year vision for the future of technology. His work is called "futurecasting"-using ethnographic field studies, technology research, trend data, and even science fiction to provide Intel with a pragmatic vision of consumers and computing.

Benjamin J. Warlick

Associate Patent Attorney
Morris, Manning & Martin LLP

Mr. Warlick is a registered patent attorney and practices in all areas of intellectual property law, with a focus on patent litigation and prosecuting patent applications.  Mr. Warlick received his B.S. in Computer Engineering from the University of Virginia, his M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of California Berkeley, and his J.D. from New York University School of Law.
 

agenda


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Morning session 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Jesse Harrington Au

Chief Maker Advocate
Autodesk

The Future of How Things Are Made

The new Industrial Revolution, centered around additive manufacturing, is revolutionizing the way we look at design. The next generation of inventors and entrepreneurs are accessing software and tools that their professional counterparts have not yet caught up to using. This talk will explore the new innovation landscape as it pertains to consumer and young inventors and the tools currently accessible to them. Autodesk's 123D family of products is bringing the lab into the living room. We will explore what is being created and what will be coming next in this truly disruptive movement of makers.
 

Paul Brody

VP & Global Industry Leader of Electronics
IBM

The Emerging Software-Defined Supply Chain

The global supply chain, and our model of manufacturing and investment, have historically been shaped by physical constraints on lead time, scale, and pursuit of economies scale. The result has been supply chains that are big (for scale), global (to pursue low costs), and complex (as they integrate multiple layers of suppliers). Additive manufacturing, open source design, and a new generation of robotics are erasing such physical constraints and replacing them with software-defined approaches that will not just change how we manufacture, but what and where. IBM has built an economic model of these changes and used them to forecast the future of the global supply chain.
 

Paul Benning

Print Engines Chief Technologist
HP

Manufacturing the Future

HP recently announced its own 3D printing technology. Mr. Benning will discuss the latest strategies, technologies, and solutions in 3D printing.

Brian Gaff

Partner
McDermott Will & Emery, LLP

Intellectual Property Issues in 3D Printing

With the increased attention that 3D printing has been receiving, it makes sense to understand the intellectual property issues that this technology raises. For example, what can an end user do with a 3D printer that might infringe another's IP rights? What can the owner of IP rights do to protect his property and prevent others from exploiting it without compensation? This presentation will address these topics and suggest strategies that purveyors of 3D printing technology should consider to protect their products.
 

Lunch: 12:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m.

Afternoon session: 2:00 p.m.-5:30 p.m.

Josh Greenbaum

Principal
Enterprise Applications Consulting

The Future of 3D Printing (panel)

The growing accessibility of 3D printing is poised to revolutionize the entire product and service lifecycle in a variety of business and consumer domains. From the decentralization of production to the democratization of design, key business processes, and business models in discrete manufacturing, consumer products, healthcare, automotive, construction, field service delivery, and myriad other industries will need to be rethought and restructured as 3D printing begins its inexorable move into the mainstream. This panel will look at the key issues that need to be considered as design, production, distribution, and service change in the wake of the 3D printing revolution.
 

Prabhjot Singh

Manager, Additive Manufacturing Lab
GE Global Research

Additive Manufacturing for Industrial Growth — Transformational Opportunities and Challenges

Additive manufacturing, including 3D printing, presents transformational opportunities for industrial companies to drive innovation through new designs and services, faster prototyping and manufacturing, distributed networks, and new ecosystems. While companies are beginning to take advantage of this, new challenges must also be addressed. These include the need for new and more robust control systems, feedback loops, inspection and sensor technologies, and stronger integration of software for both design and manufacturing. In this talk, he will discuss these opportunities and challenges; a true convergence of the digital and physical worlds.
 

Terry Yoo

Computer Scientist and Head, 3D Informatics Group
National Institutes of Health

3D Printing for Biomedical Research, Education, and Discovery

While additive methods promise to revolutionize manufacturing by accelerating the delivery of individual custom production and enabling designs that have been impossible heretofore using convention tools, 3D printing also offers new horizons for visualization and outreach to promote education and discovery. This talk will explore some uses of 3D printing in the biomedical sciences, from molecular biology and high resolution 3D electron microscopy to the evaluation of computer aided diagnosis systems for cancer screening. The discussion will foreshadow how the same qualities of 3D printing that inject innovation into manufacturing will profit scientific exploration.
 

Cliff Waldman

Council Director and Senior Economist
Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation

3D Printing as a Driver of New Regional Economies

This discussion places the 3D phenomenon in the context of U.S. efforts to build competitive manufacturing clusters that leverage unique strengths of regional economies. Cliff offers his thoughts on the role that states and regional authorities should play in facilitating the use of 3D and other new technologies as well as in investing for continued technological innovation. He also addresses how 3D might create manufacturing entrepreneurship in rural areas, a concern amid rapid urbanization.

 

Brian David Johnson

Futurist and Director, Future Casting and Experience Research
Intel

21st Century Robot

What would it really be like to live with robots? What if building and programming a robot was as easy as assembling a desk or downloading an app? Join futurist Brian David Johnson and discover the world of 21st Century Robot. These open-source, 3D printed robots are not only changing how the world designs, builds, and programs bots but they are changing how we imagine the future we will live in.
 

Cocktail Reception 5:30 p.m.–7:00 p.m.

 

sponsorships


A Few of Many Reasons to Become a Sponsor or Exhibitor 
 
Key Benefits to securing sponsorships and/or exhibitor status
 
Our robust agenda of 3D Printing experts is drawing an audience of industry executives and decision makers that is virtually unattainable elsewhere.
 
Our sponsorship packages enable you to:
 
Interact and cultivate new relationships with these high-level attendees who will be investigating new startup strategies and technologies
Generate quality leads
Showcase your products and services to a qualified and engaged audience of pros and decision makers
 
The following packages are available:
 
Our Platinum, Gold and Silver Sponsorships features your organization
with the highest visibility
Lunch Roundtable
Breakfast, Lunch, and Cocktail Sponsorships
Registration Sponsor
Demo Showcase Salon
Table Top Exhibitor
Official Program Guide Advertising
Conference Bag Inserts
 
Sponsorship Contact
 
For more information and to secure your Rock Stars of 3D Printing sponsorship and/or exhibit space, please contact:
Helen Scott
helen.scott@computer.org
(714) 816-2175
 
 

Go Engineer

GoEngineer delivers software, technology and expertise that enable companies to unlock design innovation and deliver better products faster. With more than 30 years experience and thousands of customers in high tech, medical, machine design, energy and other industries, GoEngineer provides best-in-class design solutions from SOLIDWORKS, Stratasys, Objet, CAMWorks, and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM). www.goengineer.com.
 

venue


Hotel and Transportation

Fairmont Hotel San Jose

Discounted Room Rate: $219
Reserve your room online or call (408) 845-7206. (Please reference 3D Printing when making reservations). 

Room cutoff date: TBD

The Fairmont San Jose combines technological innovation with timeless elegance. A short drive will take you to 30 wineries and the famous Monterey Peninsula golf courses. In the heart of northern California's largest city, The Fairmont San Jose blends historic grandeur with all the high-tech excitement of Silicon Valley.

Toll Free: 1 866 540 4493 
sanjose@fairmont.com

170 South Market Street 
San Jose, California
95113 

 

Attend the Rock Stars of 3D Printing Conference

The Rock Stars of 3D Printing Conference will be held on March 17 at the Fourth Street Summit CenterThe Fourth Street Summit Center, located three blocks from the Fairmont San Jose, features a 6,800-square-foot ballroom with more than 3,000 square feet of adjoining foyer space. Two open-air balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows provide spectacular views of Silicon Valley

 

88 South 4th Street
7th floor
San Jose CA 95192

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TEL + 408 998 1900 
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March 17, 2015 - San Jose, California

Early-Bird Registration
$299 (25 percent off full price of $399)
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Teams: 20 percent off for groups of three or more
(Full price: $299)

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