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June, 2019


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Page 89 Ford Chief Engineer to Keynote ASSEMBLY Show


Rosemont, IL — The ASSEMBLY Show, which is focused exclusively on assembly technology equipment and products, has selected Michael Mikula, chief engineer — advanced manufacturing, Ford Motor Com - pany, to be the keynote speaker at this year’s event. Mikula will discuss how Ford is using state-of-the-art production tools and processes to make the vehicles of tomorrow. The three-day trade show and


conference will be held from October 22 to 24 in Rosemont, Illinois, at the Donald. E. Stephens Convention Center. Registration for this seventh annual event is now open. “Michael Mikula plays a very


crucial role and is impassioned about the importance of automotive manu- facturing and 3D printing in the industry, and we look forward to hearing his insight and experience,” said Tom Esposito, publisher, ASSEMBLY magazine. “Ford Motor Co. recently unveiled a $45 million


SEMI Partners with Today’s Nanoelectronics Research


Powerhouses Continued from previous page


research and development field for more than 35 years. With its 600- plus partners globally, the organiza- tion continues to set a course for dis- ruptive innovations. As part of its commitment to its leading partners, imec works to ready the ecosystem for these innovations. SEMI and its members are a vital part of this ecosystem. CEA-Leti has been a recognized


global leader in nano- and micro- technologies for more than 50 years. CEA-Leti delivers solid expertise, from sensors to data processing, AI and computing solutions. The insti- tute pioneered FDSOI low-power platforms for IoT, microsystem tech- nology for low-cost multisensor solu- tions, and smart integration for high- ly connected and cost-effective devices. CEA-Leti’s mission is to pio- neer disruptive technologies, en - abling innovative solutions that cre- ate value and strengthen its indus- trial partners’ competitiveness. By signing this agreement with SEMI, the organization continues to work in that direction, reinforcing relation- ships with its ecosystem. Fraunhofer is Europe’s largest


application-oriented research organi- zation. Research efforts are geared entirely to people’s needs: health, security, communication, energy, and the environment. As a result, the work undertaken by Fraunhofer researchers and developers has a sig- nificant impact on people’s lives. imec, CEA-Leti and Fraunhofer


join the growing SEMI family of SAPs that include the Electronic System Design Alliance (ESD Alliance), FlexTech, the Fab Owners Alliance (FOA), and the MEMS & Sensors Industry Group (MSIG). Contact: SEMI, 673 South


Milpitas Boulevard, Milpitas, CA 95035 % 408-943-6900 fax: 408-943- 6986 Web: www.semi.org r


advanced manufacturing center in Redford, Michigan and Michael will provide our attendees with a glimpse of the cutting-edge technology, including drones, exoskeletons, mo - bile robots, and vision systems they are using.” In a recent article in ASSEM-


BLY magazine senior editor Austin Weber reported that most R&D activity in the auto industry these days is focusing on electric power trains and autonomous vehicles. But, efficiently assembling those products tomorrow will depend on harnessing state-of-the-art production tools and processes today. To address that issue, Ford’s engineers are exploring new ways to


deploy additive manufacturing, aug- mented reality and collaborative robots on the factory floor. Mikula joined Ford Motor


Company in 1993 as a process engi- neer and was selected to participate in its prestigious four-year Manufac - turing Leadership Program in 1997. He then held a series of management positions at Ford, overseeing the $1.6 billion overhaul of manufacturing processes at four different plants to introduce Ford’s EcoBoost engine in 2006 and helping Ford’s Van Dyke manufacturing plant increase pro- duction from 800,000 units to 1.8 million units per year from 2009 to 2012.


In October 2017, Mikula was


named global chief engineer for man- ufacturing systems and infrastruc- ture at Ford. In this role he oversaw the manufacturing processes for engines, transmissions, axles, batter- ies, and motors across the globe, playing a critical part in the intro- duction of next-generation electrical and hybrid technologies. In August 2018, Mike was named the chief engineer of the advanced manufac- turing organization at Ford with global responsibilities for introduc- ing technology. Contact: BNP Media, 2401 W.


Big Beaver Road, Suite 700, Troy, MI 48084 % 248-362-3700 Web: www.assemblymag.com/ the-assembly-show r


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