Join us on Thursday, October 13th in Portland for our discussion on 3D printing and what it means for the future of both manufacturing and development innovation. An esteemed panel of industry experts will share their thoughts on the evolution of 3D printing and what it means for developers.
Speakers include Mike Regan, HP Inc's Section Manager, 3D Printing, Materials and Advanced Applications, Shashi Jain, Intel's Corporate Innovation and IoT/3D Printing Manager, and Bob Taylor, HP Inc's Senior Software Architect focused on web service development and deployment for 3D printing. The panel will be moderated by Chris Liddell, Senior Engineering Manager at Apex Clearing Corporation.
Both HP Inc. and Intel have a long history of driving innovation in products and solutions, across the hardware and software industries, and are poised to lead the new wave 3D brings to the future for developers. Audience members will also hear exciting insights on the recently launched hp.io (a new developer's portal) and e-NABLE (a community for 3D printable prosthetics).
Questions to be answered during this session:
What does 3D Printing mean for the future of manufacturing, from each company’s perspective?
What does it look like in two years, five years, ten years
How does 3D printing help drive the future of innovation, and what does it mean for developers
Section Manager, 3D Printing, Materials and Advanced Applications
Mike Regan is a Lab and Section Manager for HP’s 3D Printing Business, running the 3D Advanced Materials and Applications teams. He has worked at HP for over 20 years in a variety of technology and management functions from MEMS R&D to print system commercialization. He received his PhD from Stanford University in Applied Physics.
Senior Software Architect
Bob Taylor is a Senior Software Architect at HP, focusing on web service development & deployment for 3D printing. He has experience in developing print workflows in the production, consumer, and enterprise markets.
IoT Innovation Manager
Shashi is focused on Corporate Innovation and working in the Internet of Things (IoT) and 3D Printing. Early stage startup advisor. Speaker. Teacher of entrepreneurship.
Previously held roles include: Product manager and Technologist at Intel Corporation. Startup Founder at Grepic, and MatterCompilers, Corporate Innovation at UP Global.
Senior Engineering Manager