Apr
11
5:30 PM17:30

ASQ 0905 Section Monthly Meeting "Quality System(s) Management (QSM)"

0.5 Recertification units (RUs)

5:30PM Social time

6:00PM Dinner (FREE for ASQ members, $20 for non-members)

6:30PM Presentation "Quality System(s) Management (QSM)" by Larry Mager

7:30PM End

About the Speaker

Larry Mager is a dedicated leader within the Medical Device Industry, elevating operational performance through innovative and effective QMS management solutions.

Larry is a passionate and driven thought leader and subject matter expert who enables our clients to create competitive advantage through improved operational performance that is compliant, effective and efficient.  This results in the protection and promotion of the well-being of your organization, and the customers you serve.

Larry creates results with his executive level experience and strategic mindset, combined with a technical background and tactical understanding of approach.  Larry’s primary areas of expertise include:  

·        Quality Management Systems

·        Strategic transformation of quality/operational systems

·        Management Control

 With over three decades of experience within the Life Sciences industry, Larry is an accomplished quality management professional, possessing the leadership and strategic capability to create the highest quality outcome, enabling the delivery of measurable business improvement through the Quality Management System.  His professional interests focus on quality system improvement strategy, as he has successfully led the execution of significant quality system remediation and improvement projects.

Larry has held global quality & compliance, executive management and corporate leadership responsibilities within, providing him experience in quality and operations roles ranging from start-up entrepreneurial ventures to multisite, highly matrixed Fortune 500 corporate organizations.  His work experience includes direct leadership and management of quality functions comprised of over one hundred individuals and executive leadership of over sixteen hundred individuals within the site organization, all within a global corporate landscape of twenty-two thousand people.

Larry has a passion for developing and implementing quality system strategies that enable organizations to function in a manner that is compliant to regulation, effective in obtaining the necessary results and efficient in operational execution.

Larry received a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin, Parkside.  He is a patent holder of minimally invasive cardiovascular surgical products and a published author of QMS performance improvement strategies.   

Location: 2819 Patterson Road, Warsaw, IN 

RSVP  To attend, reserve a spot by contacting Rick Sheets    richard.a.sheets@lmco.com

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Mar
14
5:30 PM17:30

ASQ 0905 Section Monthly Meeting "Ethylene oxide (EO) sterilization of medical devices"

  • Ivy Tech North Campus, Student Life Center, Room SL121 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

It is scholarship time again!

Northeastern Indiana ASQ section 0905 will again be awarding scholarships to deserving students. For details, please see the scholarship application.

0.5 Recertification units (RUs)

5:45PM Social time

6:00PM Dinner, at no cost for ASQ members.

6:15PM Scholarship award

6:30PM Presentation "Ethylene oxide (EO) sterilization of medical devices" by Dave Silor

7:30PM End

About the Speaker

David Silor is currently a Principal sterilization/microbiology consultant at Silor Consulting LLC.

  • Prior to establishing his consulting business, he was a Principal Sterilization Associate at Zimmer Biomet for 15 years with responsibilities for supporting all sterilization processes across the global Zimmer Biomet network.

  • Prior to working at Zimmer Biomet, he spent 10 years at Johnson and Johnson with various responsibilities in the area of sterilization and microbiology.

  • His areas of experience in sterilization include hydrogen peroxide gas plasma, vaporized hydrogen peroxide, ethylene oxide, peracetic acid, dry heat, radiation, and steam.

  • He also has background in the areas of biological indicators, bioburden control/monitoring, bacterial endotoxin control and monitoring, and purified water systems.

  • He has served on various AAMI working groups over the years.  

 RSVP  To attend, reserve a spot by contacting Richard Sheets richard.a.sheets@lmco.com

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Feb
13
5:30 PM17:30

Putting your 3D printer to work

  • Ivy Tech North Campus, Student Life Center, Room SL121 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

 0.5 Recertification units (RUs)

5:30PM Social time

6:00PM Dinner, at no cost for ASQ members.

6:30PM Presentation

7:30PM End

Location:

Ivy Tech North Campus

Student Life Center, Room SL121

4801 Sirlin Drive

Fort Wayne, IN 46835

 

About the speaker: MICHAEL E. HAWKINS

 EDUCATION

Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, M.S. in Chemistry, admitted to US Patent Bar in 1998. 20+ US patents. 

EXPERIENCE

 Hyalex, Lexington, MA - September 2017- Present

Company formed to commercialize novel total joint devices using proprietary polymers. Member of Board of Directors

Accelinx, Warsaw, IN - Jan 2016-present

Vice President, Technical Affairs. Responsible for technical consulting for the medical device business accelerator. AcceLinx is affiliated with Orthoworx.

Independent Consultant, Columbia City, IN - May 2015- Present

Providing Expertise in Medical Device invention, product development, materials science, manufacturing, quality, and regulatory areas.

Clients include Orthoworx, an Eli Lilly endowment funded non-profit focused on improving the environment for medical devices in Indiana; Gerson Lehrman Group, an expert network of consultants, and various private equity firms.

Zimmer ,Warsaw, IN - 1980 - March 2015

Leading global manufacturer of orthopedic implants. Variety of responsibilities over a 34+ year career.

Executive leadership roles in Research, Advanced Technology, and Quality. Responsible for R&D in China. Senior leadership roles in Manufacturing. Experience in Marketing. Expertise in Materials Science, Business Development, R&D, Process Engineering, and problem solving.

RSVP  To attend, reserve a spot by contacting Rick Sheets    richard.a.sheets@lmco.com

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Jan
9
5:30 PM17:30

Section Monthly Meeting: “Quality control and other developments in the U.S. Civil War”

  • 105 9th Street Winona Lake, IN, 46590 United States (map)
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0.5 Recertification units (RUs)

5:30PM Social time

6:00PM Dinner, at no cost for ASQ members.

6:30PM Presentation

7:30PM End

Location: Westminster Hall, 105 9th Street, Winona Lake, In 46590

 

About the speaker:

About the speaker: Stephen Smith, NPI & CI Senior Quality Engineer, DePuy Synthes – Warsaw IN

Captain – 30th Indiana Civil War Reenactors.

12 Years in the Medical Device Industry, 15 years in Automotive Industry – Engineering and Quality Engineering Positions.  Certified Quality Engineer and Certified Manager of Quality/Organizational Excellence.

Purdue University Undergrad, St. Francis University MBA.

Civil War Re-enactor with the 30th Indiana Volunteers and the 5th Indiana Light Artillery.

RSVP  To attend, reserve a spot by contacting Rick Sheets    richard.a.sheets@lmco.com

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Nov
8
5:30 PM17:30

Section Monthly meeting “Risky Business?”

  • 2819 Patterson Road Warsaw, IN, 46582 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

0.5 Recertification units (RUs)

5:30PM Social time

6:00PM Dinner, at no cost for ASQ members.

6:30PM Presentation

7:30PM End

Location: 2819 Patterson Rd, Warsaw, IN 46582

 Cut through uncertainty and make winning decisions using Monte Carlo Analysis.

Whether you have BIG DATA that needs to be analyzed or are preparing for your Six Sigma certification, we will give you the play-by-play on the essentials that you need to to be successful! In this talk, we will introduce Monte Carlo simulation techniques for making data based decisions when data is either limited or otherwise impractical to collect. We will discuss setting up the simulation, selecting the appropriate input distributions, and and drawing conclusions to make sound decisions.

 

About the speaker:

 Anthony Carra is a Principal Consultant and Instructor with Business Improvement Group Consulting, LLC. He leverages his prior leadership experiences in Quality, Operations, and Engineering to provide clients and students insights into best practices for driving data-based decisions and improvement within their organizations. Anthony holds a Masters of Applied Statistics from Penn State and is an ASQ Certified Master Black Belt.

RSVP  To attend, reserve a spot by contacting Rick Sheets    richard.a.sheets@lmco.com

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Oct
11
5:30 PM17:30

Section Monthly meeting “What is in your FDA Inspection Playbook?”

  • 2819 Patterson Road Warsaw, IN, 46582 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

0.5 Recertification units (RUs)

5:30PM Social time

6:00PM Dinner, at no cost for ASQ members.

6:30PM Presentation

7:30PM End

Location: 2819 Patterson Rd, Warsaw, IN 46582

 

 

About the speaker:

About the speaker: Dale Miller leads the Clinical Affairs Medical Writing and Postmarket Surveillance teams at Zimmer Biomet.   He has over 30 years of experience in medical devices in the areas of operations, quality, and regulatory.  His previous responsibilities have included managerial positions in Quality Compliance, Quality Auditing, Regulatory Affairs, and Complaints, MDR’s, and Recalls.  Dale is a Certified Quality Engineer (CQE) through the American Society for Quality since 2001.  He also is an adjunct professor at Grace College (Winona Lake, IN), having developed and taught their “Postmarket Surveillance – QMD 3100” course since 2014.

Dale holds a BA from Wheaton College (Wheaton, IL – 1984) with additional graduate study at Grace College 

RSVP  To attend, reserve a spot by contacting Rick Sheets    richard.a.sheets@lmco.com

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Sep
22
7:30 AM07:30

Minitab Training

  • The Hub (behind Grace Brethren Church) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

WHAT?         Training: “Minitab”

  1. Design of Experiments

    • Introduction to DOE

    • Fractional Factorial and Deconfounding

    • Full Factorial with Centering

  2. Gage Studies

    • Type I Gage Study

    • Gage R+R Crossed

  3. Control Charts - Attributes

    • Types of Charts

    • Testing for over-dispersion and under-dispersion

  4. Capability

    • Introduction of Capability

    • Non-normal Capabilit

BY WHOM? Dennis Corbin, Technical Training Specialist, Minitab Inc

WHEN?        Saturday September 22, from 7:30AM to 11:30AM (4 hours)

WHERE?      The Hub (behind Grace Brethren Church), 1200 Kings Hwy Winona Lake, IN 46590

HOW MUCH?

0$ for ASQ members  

$200 for non ASQ members.

WHO? Open to ASQ and non-ASQ members. Preference will be given to ASQ members, any non-filled seats will be offered to non-ASQ members.

HOW? Laptop required. A Minitab download link and 30-day license will be provided to attendees.

RSVP  To attend, reserve a spot by contacting Rick Sheets    richard.a.sheets@lmco.com

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Sep
13
5:30 PM17:30

Section Monthly meeting “Hop River Brewing Company" Tour

0.5 Recertification units (RUs)

5:30PM Social time

6:00PM Tour

6:45PM Dinner

No cost for ASQ members

Location: 1515 N Harrison St, Fort Wayne, IN 46808

 

https://www.hopriverbrewing.com/ 

About the brewery: 

Hop River is a 15-barrel production micro-brewery and taproom in downtown Fort Wayne, IN, just north of the Riverfront development area.

Our brewery creates high quality craft beer in an authentic brewery taproom atmosphere and engages with its customers outside of the brewery through local production.

 We won two Gold medals and placed second overall for Best in Show at the distinguished 2018 Indiana State Fair Brewers’ Cup Professional Division. Maestro Vienna Lager won gold in the European Amber Lager Division and earned Runner-Up for Best in Show.  Harrison St. Wheat took home a gold medal in the German Wheat and Rye Division.  Craft brewers from across the country entered 661 beers for competition in the 20th anniversary Brewer’s Cup.

The IN Brewers’ Cup is considered one of the largest home and professional statewide craft beer competitions with entries this year from California, Michigan, Illinois, Ohio, and Indiana. Professional judges evaluate beers based on aroma, flavors, and appearance.

“We’re a brewery staffed by beer drinkers and enthusiasts,” said Head Brewer Kevin Debs. “Everyone works to make each new batch a little better than the batch before, because that’s the beer we want to drink ourselves—and the beer we want to share.”

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RSVP  To attend, reserve a spot by contacting Rick Sheets    richard.a.sheets@lmco.com

 

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Jun
15
5:30 PM17:30

June Section Monthly meeting “Park View Field - Tin Caps”

Presentation “Park View Field - Tin Caps

0.5 Recertification units (RUs)

5:30PM Meet with Rick Sheets at the Ewing Street will call area

6:00PM Start park tour. Meet at the souvenir shop inside the gate

7:05 Game begins

 

Location: 1301 Ewing Street, Fort Wayne, Indiana 46802

 

RSVP  To attend, reserve a spot by contacting Rick Sheets    richard.a.sheets@lmco.com   – 2 tickets per member free of charge 

 

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May
24
to May 25

Training: “Root Cause Investigation for CAPA”

  • Winona Lake Grace Brethren Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

WHAT?         Training: “Root Cause Investigation for CAPA”

(see more details in the following link:       http://asq0905.net/training/     )

BY WHOM? Weaver Consulting   https://www.weaverconsulting.biz

WHEN?        Thursday May 24, 2018 (8:00AM to 5:00PM) and

                     Friday May 25, 2018 (8:00AM to 3:00PM)

WHERE?      Winona Lake Grace Brethren Church

                     1200 Kings Hwy, Winona Lake, IN 46590

HOW MUCH?

0$ for ASQ members ($200 deposit) 

$200 for non ASQ members.

WHO? Open to ASQ and non ASQ members. Preference will be given to ASQ members, any non-filled seats will be offered to non-ASQ members.

HOW?

ASQ and non ASQ members: to reserve your seat (30 participants MAX), send a check, payable to “Northeastern Indiana Section 0905”, to the following address: P.O. Box 11887, Fort Wayne, IN46861-1887 (include your name in the check). Include your contact information in the correspondence, we will contact you to confirm your status (confirmed or your place in the waiting list).

ASQ members: the check will be given back to you on May 24, 2018 upon attending.

Non ASQ members: the $200 fee is not reimbursable.

 

Please contact Tiffany at    tmoore@iotron.com    with any questions you may have.

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May
10
5:30 PM17:30

Section Monthly meeting “Quality Management for Projects”

  • 2819 Patterson Road Warsaw, IN, 46582 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Presentation “Quality Management for Projects” by Ken Riches

0.5 Recertification units (RUs)

5:30PM Social time

6:00PM Dinner, at no cost for ASQ members.

6:30PM Presentation

7:30PM End

Location: 2819 Patterson Rd, Warsaw, IN 46582

 

 

About the speaker: 

Ken Riches spent 28 years working in the utility industry, holding various roles: electrical design engineer, nuclear licensing specialist/supervisor, Senior Project Engineer, Electrical Design Manager, Project Manager, Project Office and Project Controls Manager.  In 2012, he transitioned to the manufacturing industry joining Elkhart Brass as the New Product Development Manager, and then was promoted to Director of Quality and Continuous Improvement.  

                                 

Ken joined the Project Management Institute (PMI) in 2003, served as the PMI Michiana Chapter for 9 years, and for the last 3+ years has been serving as PMI Regional Mentor for North Central North America.  Ken joined ASQ in 2015.  

 

In 2017, Ken ventured out on his own and is  Principal, Project Management Considerations, LLC.  In addition to this Project Management Consulting practice, he is also a Forum Leader for Renaissance Executive Forums Indiana, leading a Project Management Forum.

 

RSVP  To attend, reserve a spot by contacting Rick Sheets    richard.a.sheets@lmco.com

 

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Apr
12
5:30 PM17:30

Section Monthly meeting “Mindfulness--the Next Phase in Quality's Evolution”

  • 2819 Patterson Road Warsaw, IN, 46582 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Presentation “Mindfulness--the Next Phase in Quality's Evolution” by S Dale Miller

0.5 Recertification units (RUs)

5:30PM Social time

6:00PM Dinner, at no cost for ASQ members.

6:30PM Presentation

7:30PM End

Location: 2819 Patterson Rd, Warsaw, IN 46582

 

 

About the speaker: Max Sherman graduated from the University of Pittsburgh, retired from the medical device industry, having worked at both Zimmer and DePuy.

Max has taught college courses on compliance at Butler University, Temple, Ivy Tech and Grace College.

Also, edited the Medical Device Packaging Handbook and the Medical Device Validation handbook, two books of essays, and currently writes a column about science every Monday in the Warsaw Times Union.  Max is a member of ASQ.

 

RSVP  To attend, reserve a spot by contacting Rick Sheets    richard.a.sheets@lmco.com

 

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Mar
8
5:30 PM17:30

ASQ 0905 Section Monthly Meeting

Location: Ivy Tech North Campus, Student Life Center, Room SL121, 

4801 Sirlin Drive, Fort Wayne, IN

It is scholarship time again!

This year the Northeastern Indiana ASQ section 0905 will again be awarding scholarships to deserving students. For details, please see the scholarship application.

0.3 Recertification units (RUs)

5:30PM Social time

6:00PM Dinner, at no cost for ASQ members.

6:15PM Scholarship award

6:30PM Presentation "Supplier Auditing Beyond the Standards" by Mark Allen Durivage (see more details below)

7:30PM End

 

RSVP  To attend, reserve a spot by contacting Tiffany Moore, tmoore@iotron.com

Supplier Auditing Beyond the Standards

Typically, supplier management programs will use a supplier survey or an on-site audit to verify if a supplier is complaint with the requirements of a standard or regulation. However, for a supplier management program to be value added to an organization, the supplier evaluation should look beyond the requirements of a standard or regulation.  Supplier auditing should also consider items such as supplier capability, capacity, and contingency plans.

Meeting Presentation: Supplier Auditing Beyond Standards

 

About the Speaker

Mark Allen Durivage has worked as a practitioner, educator, consultant, and author. He is Managing Principal Consultant at Quality Systems Compliance LLC, an ASQ Fellow, and holds several ASQ certifications including; CRE, CQE, CQA, CSQP, and CSSBB. Durivage presented the initial proposal, was involved the development of the Certified Supplier Quality Professional (ASQ-CSQP) and holds CSQP #1. He has written several books available through ASQ Quality Press, published several articles in Quality Progress, and is a frequent contributor to Life Science Connect.

See more information on     http://qscompliance.com/

 

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Feb
22
6:00 PM18:00

Section Monthly Leadership Meeting

Monthly Leadership meeting open to all members. Typically we hold this meeting every 4th Thursday of the month. We will go through the action item registrar. 

Please confirm attendance through email (go to "About", then "Officers")

To be held at Iotron conference room. 4394 E Park 30 Dr. Columbia City IN 46725

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Feb
8
5:30 PM17:30

Section Monthly Meeting "Tour of PHD Inc"

Tour of PHD facilities   https://www.phdinc.com/

0.3 Recertification units (RUs)

5:30PM Social time

6:00PM Dinner, at no cost for ASQ members.

6:30PM Tour

7:30PM End

Location: PHD Inc,

9030 Clubridge Drive, Fort Wayne, IN 46809

Please park in the first parking lot on the left as you come in the campus. Then go in the side door straight across the parking lot. This will lead straight into the cafeteria and then to the conference room.

RSVP  To attend, reserve a spot by contacting Rick Sheets  richard.a.sheets@lmco.com

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Jan
25
6:00 PM18:00

Section Monthly Leadership Meeting

Monthly Leadership meeting open to members. Typically we hold this meeting every 4th Thursday of the month. We will go through the action item registrar. 

Please confirm attendance through email (go to "About", then "Officers"

To be held at Iotron conference room. 4394 E Park 30 Dr. Columbia City IN 46725

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Jan
11
5:30 PM17:30

Section Monthly Meeting "Principles of ISO/IEC 17025 and how the new standard can help your organization"

Speaker: Doug Leonard. Vice President of Laboratory related Accreditation services for ANSI/ASQ National Accreditation Board. ANAB is a signatory of the International Accreditation Forum (IAF) and International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC) multilateral recognition arrangements. Accreditation bodies around the world typically pursue IAF and ILAC recognition through one of the recognized regional cooperation of these organizations

Doug is the delegate for ILAC representing ANAB and helps the international accreditation community by working within the Arrangement and Accreditation Committees. His directly involvement is within working group two improving traceability and measurement uncertainty in our community. Doug is the treasurer and delegate for (NACLA), National Cooperation for Laboratory Accreditation, a national recognition authority for accreditation bodies. Doug assists with standards through his chairmanship with the Accreditation Body Subcommittee for ASTM.  Recently Doug has been placed on the board of directors for the Independent Laboratory Institute to help educate, promote, develop and conduct research or review in the engineering, scientific and testing fields that is responsive to the needs and concerns of laboratories in the US.

0.3 Recertification units (RUs)

5:30PM Social time

6:00PM Dinner. Sandwiches from the Don Hall's menu, at no cost for ASQ members.

6:30PM Presentation

7:30PM End

Location: “Don Hall’s Gas House”   305 E Superior Street, Fort Wayne, IN  46802.

RSVP  To attend, reserve a spot by contacting Rick Sheets  richard.a.sheets@lmco.com

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Nov
9
5:30 PM17:30

Section Monthly Meeting: "New Requirements in ISO9001:2015

Speaker: Brian Lanier, Certified Lead Auditor, Recertification Chair for ASQ0905 Northeastern Indiana, works part time for "Industrial Opp" and "Ivy Tech"

5:30PM Social time

6:00PM Dinner (Cost $10)

6:30PM Presentation

7:30PM End

Location: Ivy Tech Community College, Coliseum Campus room CC1640

3800 N Anthony Blvd, Fort Wayne, IN 46805

RSVP  To attend, reserve a spot by contacting Carlos Arango at carango@its.jnj.com(574) 372-7194

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Oct
24
12:30 PM12:30

ASM Meeting: Next Generation Metals Design Strategies for Total Performance in Implantable Devices

ASQ members accrue 0.3 R.U.s

 

October Meeting Preview: Time & Location TBD

 

Date: October. 24th­­

Agenda: Technical Presentation by Dr. Jeremy Schaffer, Fort Wayne Metals

 

Please see below for an overview of the presentation and speaker bio:

 

Next Generation Metals Design Strategies for Total Performance in Implantable Devices

Adam J Griebel, Jeremy E. Schaffer

 

There are several challenges looming in Med-Tech where scalable material solutions will bring new levels of clinical success. For example, toddlers born with congenital heart disease must often face open heart surgery in the face of few devices well-adapted to their needs.  Children with scoliosis may receive correction devices that are simply “too stiff” for their anatomy and underperform, for example, due to fastener-loosening, repeat intervention, and infectious risk.  As a cross-functional design community, for every challenge, we have an opportunity to focus our efforts and drive toward a better future state.  This discussion will cover current research and development efforts in three key areas designed to benefit life and overcome real clinical issues, namely: absorbable metals technology, nickel-free and superelastic beta titanium, and functional wire forms. It is clear that a key ingredient to drive success lies at the tissue interface.  Therefore, the talk will further cover specific efforts to drive an effective “handshake” with tissue at the absorbing, metal-receding, tissue-advancing, magnesium implant interface. Beta titanium with greater than 6% total strain recovery will be showcased for potential use in interface with the pediatric spine.  Finally, a unique micro-grooved wire will be highlighted with functional physical and chemical tissue interface properties.

 

 

Jeremy Schaffer, Director of R&D, Fort Wayne Metals

 

As a Purdue Mechanical, Materials and Biomedical engineer alumni, Jeremy has invested the past decade working as a research engineer developing, tuning and inventing medical device materials to fuel advances in human care.  He currently leads a materials innovation focused group at Fort Wayne Metals Research (FWM) based in Fort Wayne, Indiana with worldwide markets and research touch points. Throughout this journey, aside from leading the research team, he has worked and interacted with local and global experts to move meaningful technology from concept to market. One example of clinical significance was process design to achieve a 100% life increase in CoNiCr pacing lead composites through invention of a bulk wire nanostructuring process. This material is applied in neural lead conductors where it must maintain a conductive link while withstanding potential impact loads and high cycle fatigue from the beating heart. The FWM R&D team regularly interact with clinical and academic discovery through sponsored research, students via guest lectureship to stir engagement interest, small and large industry as well as government-funded research (NASA GRC, ANL, PNNL, CERN).

 

The team’s research in materials extends well beyond any single market with meaningful long term goals designed to improve human life.  “Our team knows that whether working in smart materials for morphing supersonic airplanes or to solve middle cerebral aneurysms – the human impact is worthy of investment”, says Dr. Schaffer.  The group’s research portfolio includes near horizon projects for sustaining customers, for example, design advances to improve fatigue durability in brain stimulation leads, as well as future generation “moonshots”, as for example, orthopedic “vitamin” metal alloys designed to support tissue restoration then disappear beneficially.  Further, they realize that developing meaningful goals and executing through failures along the way requires humility and a team engaged across boundaries of research, industry, academia and geography. 

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Oct
12
5:30 PM17:30

Section Monthly Meeting: A Creative Hands-On Approach to Teaching and Applying Lean Six Sigma

  • Ivy Tech Community College - Coliseum Campus (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

William (Bill) Hooper is President of William Hooper Consulting, a firm he started in 2012. He will be speaking on the subject of teaching and applying Lean Six Sigma.

5:30PM Social time

6:00PM Dinner ($10 Cost)

6:30PM Presentation

7:30PM End

Location: Ivy Tech Community College, Coliseum Campus room CC1640

RSVP  To attend, reserve a spot by contacting Carlos Arango at carango@its.jnj.com(574) 372-7194

See Bill's Full Bio

See Synopsis of the Presentation

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