IEEE Computer Society to Host Rock Stars of 3D Printing Conference in Silicon Valley
- Discover immediately actionable solutions
- Make processes faster, more efficient, and less costly
- Capture, manage, and analyze critical data
- Respond to tech advances and emerging standards and practices
- Spur innovation
- Understand why 3D printing will become the only way to remain competitive
- Find suppliers and see demos of the latest printers
- Reduce manufacturing costs
- Save energy and reduce pollution.
- Jesse Harrington Au, Chief Maker Advocate, Autodesk
- Paul Brody, VP and Global Industry Leader of Electronics, IBM
- Dr. Amir Dorafshar, Co-Director of Facial Transplantation Program, Johns Hopkins
- Hugh Evans, Vice President, Corporate Development and Ventures, 3D Systems
- Christine Furstoss, Global Technology Director of Manufacturing and Materials Technologies, GE
- Brian David Johnson, Futurist and Director, Future Casting and Experience Research, Intel, and
- Cliff Waldman, Council Director and Senior Economist, Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation.
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