Innovation Seminars: Resource Efficiency – Smart Manufacturing

To inspire the next generation of engineers and managers, the German American Chamber of Commerce of the Southern US, Inc. (GACC South) is organizing the Innovation Seminars: Resource Efficiency – Smart Manufacturing series.

The event aims to build a bridge between science and business, create an exchange between students and companies and ultimately emphasize the importance of efficiently utilizing resources. Furthermore, the Innovation Seminars aim at facilitating an exchange between the students and the companies as well as establishing long-term relationships between the universities and the industry. 

A select group of engineers and German companies from the field of engineering will present their latest technology and projects incorporating innovative, energy efficient solutions. A former Trans-Atlantic-Program – Young Technology Leaders participant will present his perspective on how resource efficiency & smart manufacturing are implemented in Germany.

The conference attendees will learn about:

  • Underlining of the importance of Resource Efficiency / Smart Manufacturing
  • The added value resource efficient and lean production lines can have on companies in terms of reducing the input of material and cost
  • Impact of the next generation of engineers / students to implement theoretical solutions and put them into practice.
  • The long-lasting effect of a resource efficient mindset and the importance for guaranteeing a sustainable and stable growth of the U.S. economy

Dates, Venues and Times:

Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research

Tuesday, October, 10, 2017
AT&T Auditorium
4 Research Drive
Greenville, SC 2960

University of Texas at Dallas

Friday, October, 13, 2017
SSA Auditorium
800 W Campbell Road
Richardson, TX 75080 

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Catherine Tuten

Senior Manager, U.S. Market Entry Services

German American Chamber of Commerce of the Southern U.S., Inc.

+1 (404) 586-6817
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