2006 U.S. Frontiers of Engineering Symposium Program

September 21, 2010 – September 23, 2010
Supply Chain Management
Jennifer Ryan, University of Nebraska
Julie Swann, North Carolina State University
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  • Supply Chain Applications of Fast Implosion Speech
  • Factory to Foxhole: Improving the Army's Supply Chain Speech
  • Supply Chain Management under the Threat of Disruptions Speech
  • Engineering-Bases Methods for Affordable Housing and Sustainable Community Development Speech
– September 23, 2010
Engineering Personal Mobility for the 21st Century
Apoorv Agarwal, Ingineering Innovation, LLC
William F. Schneider, University of Notre Dame
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  • Long-Term trends in Global Passenger Mobility Speech
  • Energy and Environmental Impacts of Personal Mobility Speech
  • New Mobility: The Next Generation of Sustainable Urban Transportation Speech
  • Advancing the State of Hybrid Technology Speech
– September 23, 2010
Nano/Bio Interface
Tejal A. Desai, University of California, San Francisco
Hiroshi Matsui, City University of New York - Hunter College
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  • Biological and Biomimetic Polypeptide Materials Speech
    • Venue: 2006 USFOE Symposium
  • Biomimetics and the Application to Devices Speech
  • Optical Imaging for In Vivo Assessment of Tissue Pathology Speech
  • Commercialization and Future Developments in Bionanotechnology Speech
– September 23, 2010
The Rise of Intelligent Software Systems and Machines
M. Brian Blake, Drexel University
David B. Fogel, Natural Selection, Inc.
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  • Commercializing Auditory Neuroscience Speech
  • Creating Intelligent Agents in Games Speech
  • Co-evolution of the Computer and Social Science Speech
  • Using Computational Cognitive Models to Build Better Human-Robot Interaction Speech