The AM Industry Summit, powered by ASME, virtually brings together more than 4,000 leading Additive Manufacturing / 3D Printing professionals working in Aerospace & Defense and Medical Device Manufacturing. The event will focus on their shared challenges and unique opportunities in Additive Manufacturing. Find answers in materials, processes, equipment, regulatory issues, quality, repeatability and more. AM Industry Summit bridges the gap.
Emphasis on advanced applications and processes driving safety, performance, and cost reductions. AM Aerospace topics include lightweighting, part, material, and machine certification; new applications, MRO, advanced materials, innovative processes, and more.
Focus on innovative device designs and production efficiencies driving healthcare solutions. AM Medical topics include design possibilities, post processing strategies, process verification & validation, micro-scale features, and more.
Robert Lee Satcher, Jr., MD, PhD is recognized for his varied career interests and notable successes, from his training as a chemical engineer, to his practice as an orthopaedic surgeon in oncology, and service as a mission specialist astronaut for NASA. Dr. Satcher flew on the Space Shuttle Atlantis, STS-129, in November 2009, during which he performed two spacewalks totaling over 12 hours of extravehicular activity.
Dr. Satcher earned his BS and PhD degrees in chemical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and his medical degree from Harvard Medical School in 1994. His postgraduate training included postdoctoral research fellowships at the University of California (Berkeley and San Francisco); a residency in orthopaedic surgery, also at the University of California San Francisco; as well as an orthopaedic oncology fellowship at the University of Florida, Gainesville. He is currently an Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Oncology at MD Anderson Cancer Center. Most recently, Dr. Satcher led the initiation of virtual care at MD Anderson Cancer Center that will extend MD Anderson's specialized expertise to cancer survivors, follow up patients, underserved communities, and facilitate the accessibility of cancer care to additional patients. Dr. Satcher's research has focused on understanding how cancer spreads to the skeleton, with a focus on renal cell bone metastasis.
Dr. Satcher is a member of numerous professional organizations including the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery, Musculoskeletal Tumor Society, National Comprehensive Cancer Network, to name a few. He is also a member of several boards, including CSTEM, Teach for America, Space Center Houston, and Voorhees College (current Chair) (Denmark, SC). He has been involved in efforts to introduce racial equality in academia throughout his career through committee memberships and scholarly work.
Dan Braley is a Boeing Associate Technical Fellow and the Boeing Global Services Additive Manufacturing Technical Focal & Initiatives Leader. In this role, he serves sustainment of all Boeing military, commercial, and derivative aircraft platforms through use of Additive Manufacturing technologies and implementation of advanced composites. Dan has greater than 16 years of aerospace program and R&D experience in additive manufacturing, technical program management, materials and process engineering, composites, electromagnetic product development, and manufacturing technology development.
Prior to his current role, Dan was the USN/USMC Air Vehicle Technical Integrator through Boeing, with a focus on F/A-18 Flight Control Surfaces, wings, complex spares and repairs. He has held positions with Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems, L-3 Communications ESSCO, and the Air Force Research Laboratory Munitions Aerial Vehicle (MNAV) directorate at Eglin Air Force Base as well. Dan currently holds26 patents in the areas of additive manufacturing and next gen conductive composite materials development withdozens more still pending. He is a past recipient of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers Outstanding Young Manufacturing Engineer Award, the Boeing Meritorious & High Honors Invention Awards, the Northrop Grumman Innovation Award, and the F-35 Lightning Rod Award. Dan received his BS and MS degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Florida State University, andan MS in Engineering Management from Drexel University. Dan is also a Certified Additive Manufacturing Technician (CAM-T) through UL, America Makes, and SME Tooling University.
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Bradley Rothenberg is the founder and CEO of nTopology, an advanced software company based in New York City that focuses on enabling engineers to design, manufacture and ship high-performance products in the least amount of time. nTopology's breakthrough computational-modeling technology unifies geometry and simulation results into finely tuned manufacturing models, supporting engineers as they collaborate to develop lightweight, optimized parts with functional requirements built right in.
Bradley graduated with a degree in architecture from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, and has been developing computational design tools for advanced manufacturing for the last 10-plus years.
Christine Reilley is senior director of Strategy and Innovation for the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), based in New York City. Previously, she led the Healthcare Technology Team, which focuses on creating and growing the Society's portfolio of programs, products, and services in this area. Christine had previously served as program manager in the ASME Emerging Technologies unit, developing content and conferences in areas focusing on bioengineering, nanotechnology, thermofluids, and materials. Previously, she spent more than 10 years in ASME Codes and Standards Publishing as an editor, overseeing the production of codes from manuscript to final bound and digital product.
She had been a senior editor for Research and Education Association (REA), an educational publishing company, and also had served as a technical editor and science writer for UC San Diego's Biomedical Informatics Research Network (BIRN) and the National Center for Microscopy and Imaging Research (NCMIR). At that position, she developed content plans, researched and wrote web copy and news articles, and edited grant proposals and journal articles. In addition, Christine had been a report editor for XenoBiotic Laboratories (XBL), a contract research organization specializing in pharmaceutical, environmental, and metabolism chemistry. At XBL, she coordinated the production and editing of technical reports for submission to corporate sponsors and regulatory bodies.
She earned an MS in Biomedical Engineering with a concentration in Tissue Engineering and Biomaterials from New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT). She received a BA in Journalism and Mass Media with a minor in Biological Sciences from Rutgers University, Douglass College.