Participants of the MAKERS summer school workshop

MAKERS Workshop: A New Manufacturing Model for Europe

The H2020-MAKERS WORKSHOP ON  A NEW MANUFACTURING MODEL FOR EUROPE took place on 28 and 29 June 2016 at Birmingham Business School.

Speakers

Peter Marsh (Author of the book “The New Industrial Revolution” and founder of Made Here Now)

The New Manufacturing Revolution: the Global Challenge

 

Lisa De Propris (Birmingham Business School)

A New Manufacturing Model for Europe

 

Jennifer Clark (Georgia Tech and author of the book “Working Regions” (Routledge)

Manufacturing by design

 

David Bailey (Aston Business School)

Brexit, the UK economy and manufacturing, with reference to UK automotive

 

Rosemary Coates (Reshoring Institute, US)

How the Reshoring Institute is Helping Clients Bring Manufacturing Back

 

Steffen Kinkel (Karlsruhe University, Germany)

Reshoring, local value chains and industry 4.0 in the German manufacturing industry – trends and fields for further research

 

Pamela Robinson (Birmingham Business School)

Sustainable reshoring in high end fashion

 

Iain McKechnie (Aston Business School, Project Manager -SERV Project)

Servitization: Bridging Research and Practice

 

Oscar F. Bustinza (University of Granada) and Ferran Vendrell (Birmingham Business School)

Product innovation and performance: The role of collaborative partnerships and R&D intensity.

 

Olivier Crevoisier (Neuchatel University, Switzerland)

Significant knowledge, not substantial knowledge, will help European manufacturing to get reshored!”

 

Marco Bellandi (FRI and Università degli studi di Firenze)

For an industrial renewal in Italy: the possible contribution of industry-university place-based linkages

 

Dr Mariachaira Barzotto (MSCA Fellow)

Methodology workshop (open to Doctoral Researchers and Post-docs)

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