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The Alliance for Innovative Manufacturing at Stanford. IAC Subcommittee Discussion Items. The Alliance for Innovative Manufacturing at Stanford. AIM, IAC Subcommittee meeting at Stanford University February 6, 2004 In attendance: John Ennals (AMD) Edward Erickson (Cisco)

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The Alliance for Innovative Manufacturing at Stanford

IAC Subcommittee Discussion Items


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The Alliance for Innovative Manufacturing at Stanford

AIM, IAC Subcommittee meeting at Stanford University

February 6, 2004

In attendance:

  • John Ennals (AMD)

  • Edward Erickson (Cisco)

  • Hossein Nivi (Ford)

  • Dean Leroux (Honda)

  • Kirk Hasserjian (Intel)

  • Richard Alloo (Toyota)

  • Hilary Goodkind (AIM consultant)

  • Charlean Born (AIM)

  • Mike Kelly (AIM)

  • Rick Reis (AIM)

  • Jim Patell (Stanford/AIM) (about 1hour)


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The Alliance for Innovative Manufacturing at Stanford

  • Certificate Enhancement

  • Two-day Site Visits To Partner Companies

  • Sharing Best Practices

  • AIM Community Development

  • AIM Only Discussion Sessions

  • AIM Identity

  • Budget Impact


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The Alliance for Innovative Manufacturing at Stanford

Certificate Enhancement

Seek suggestions for curriculum improvement. Look for ways

to increase AIM partner employee participation. Examine how

to infuse manufacturing across the CoE and GSB curriculum.


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The Alliance for Innovative Manufacturing at Stanford

AIM Investment in Manufacturing Course Development 2003-04

  • MS&E 266 Management of New Product Development 4,000

  • Smart Product Sequence upgrade to current technology 19,800

  • MS&E 264 Manufacturing System Design 7,500

  • MS&E 260Analysis of Production and Operating Systems 7,500

  • MicroElectoMechanical (MEMS) Project course (new) 10,000

  • Biodesign Collaboratory startup 15,000

  • Additional support to departments

    for AIM Certificate courses 90,000

    $153,800


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Certificate inPRODUCT CREATION AND INNOVATIVE MANUFACTURING

The AIM Certificate

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Product Creation and Innovative Manufacturing

Methods and Processes

Management and Strategy

Economic Modeling and Finance


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Certificate inPRODUCT CREATION AND INNOVATIVE MANUFACTURING

Overview

Last YearThis Year

On-Campus Stanford Students: 54 90

Non-Degree Option Students: 35 47

Total Students Registered: 89 137

Students Awarded the Certificate:

(Running Total)

On-Campus Students: 16 33 NDO Students: 2 8


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Certificate inPRODUCT CREATION AND INNOVATIVE MANUFACTURING

Stanford Students in the Certificate Program

Last YearThis Year

Aeronautics / Astronautics 2 2

Electrical Engineering / Computer Science 8 14

Management Science & Engineering 19 27

Mechanical Engineering 12 15MBA 11 28

Material Science & Engineering 1 1

Chemical Engineering 1 2

Spanish Dept 0 1

54 90


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Certificate inPRODUCT CREATION AND INNOVATIVE MANUFACTURING

NDO Students in the Certificate Program

Last YearThis Year

AIM Fellows 3 5

AMDGreg Gilman

CiscoMichael Ruddick

General MotorsNicholas Card

IntelJohn Powell

SunJames Baker

Other NDO students 32 42

AIM Companies 7

Non-AIM companies40


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Certificate inPRODUCT CREATION AND INNOVATIVE MANUFACTURING

Certificate Awardees

Total to Date

On-Campus Students:Total

MSE 9

DD/MSE 2

MBA 5

ME 4

MS&E 10

Earth Science 1

Electrical Eng/CS 2

33


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Certificate inPRODUCT CREATION AND INNOVATIVE MANUFACTURING

Certificate Awardees

Total to Date

Non-Degree Option Students (Industry): Total 8

AMDDallas Middlebrooks

CiscoAnne-Sophie Seigneurbieux

GuidentEvan Anderson

IntelTerrance Kratky

John Chu

Wei-E Wang

SunRodney Wong

Brett Ong


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Certificate inPRODUCT CREATION AND INNOVATIVE MANUFACTURING

Certificate Program Course Selection Sampling


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  • Summary and Future Directions

    • Interest by Stanford students is growing

      • Goal two years ago was 100 students, we are at 90 and growing

    • We are proactively recruiting for the program

      • Get the students before or when they arrive

      • Presentations at incoming seminars for students

      • Presentations at the beginning of quarters

    • Actively promoting and supporting the migration of courses to an

    • online format

      • To enhance the opportunities for NDO students to complete the

      • coursework online


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The Alliance for Innovative Manufacturing at Stanford

Two-day Site Visits Aim Partner Companies

Arrange at least one annual visit to an AIM company

manufacturing site for presentations, discussion, and plant

tours. Include IAC representatives and selected Stanford

faculty and students as well as the Alumni Professors of

Manufacturing at other universities. (Note: this is in addition

to a local industry site visit to follow each biannual IAC

meeting at Stanford)


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The Alliance for Innovative Manufacturing at Stanford

Sharing Best Practices

Enhance programs that enable participants to share

best practices such as new technologies and business

processes and the impact these practices have on changing

corporate cultures, employees and profits.


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The Alliance for Innovative Manufacturing at Stanford

AIM Community Development

Aggressively move to put "names and faces" on student

participants (club members, certificate enrollees, others) in

AIM program and to share such information with AIM partner

companies through a variety of venues. Aggressively pursue

new members.


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The Alliance for Innovative Manufacturing at Stanford

AIM Community Development

  • GSB Product Design and Manufacturing Club

  • SoE Design and Manufacturing Club

  • ME 396 Design and Manufacturing Forum

  • AIM Certificate mailing lists

  • Other ideas?


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The Alliance for Innovative Manufacturing at Stanford

AIM Community Development

Partner Prospects

  • APPLIED MATERIALS

  • BIODESIGN INFORMATION PROGRAM - JOHNSON & JOHNSON

  • BMW

  • BOEING

  • FLEXTRONICS

  • HARLEY-DAVIDSON

  • LUCENT

  • NATIONAL SEMICONDUCTOR

  • NISSAN

  • PFIZER

  • SOLECTRON

  • ST, JUDE MEDICAL


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The Alliance for Innovative Manufacturing at Stanford

AIM Only Discussion Sessions

Piggyback discussion sessions exclusively for AIM members

off other events such as the Global Supply Chain

Management Forum and Work Technology and Organization

symposia.


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The Alliance for Innovative Manufacturing at Stanford

How Everyday Things Are Made NSF Proposal

College professors will use it [modified website] for its video and

information resources that help teach students about

manufacturing. Also, we will develop resources to help non

manufacturing classes (e.g., heat transfer, physics, mechanics)

incorporate this resource into their courses. This will not displace

any of the concepts they teach in those courses, rather these

resources will help enhance the teaching of these concepts by

using real-world examples.


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The Alliance for Innovative Manufacturing at Stanford

AIM Identity

Clarify how AIM relates, to and in some cases overlaps with,

departments, schools, and other research centers. Develop a

plan to efficiently and effectively manage such relationships.


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The Alliance for Innovative Manufacturing at Stanford

Budget Impact

We will prepare a breakdown of expenses by category and a

projection of income and expenses going forward.


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