Battelle is pleased to participate in the 2017 Advanced Design and Manufacturing Conference. ADM Cleveland will deliver the full spectrum of advanced design and manufacturing technology under one roof.
Battelle will be represented at the conference by researchers from both sides of the house - advanced design and manufacturing.
Whether your manufacturing needs are end-to-end or specific in nature, Battelle Advanced Manufacturing can help you bring your ideas to life.
Specializing in complex electromechanical manufacturing, Battelle Manufacturing has been providing custom solutions for over 17 years. Our capabilities include:
Let us show you what quality really means, and how our technically diverse team can provide you with the resources you need to make your product a success. We have the capability to take your product from concept to manufacturing, any anywhere in between. Backed by the all of the scientific and engineering resources that Battelle has built its reputation on, our talented team.
Visit our staff at Booth #637 to check out our work and what Battelle Manufacturing can do for you.
Chris Ogden, Vice President and Manager, Advanced Manufacturing
Chris Ogden is the Vice President and manager of Battelle’s Advanced Manufacturing team. He supports Battelle’s manufacturing solutions that encompass complex electro-mechanical assemblies, vehicle systems integration, and microfabrication. Chris has a BS in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering, an MS in Mechanical Engineering, and an MBA in Operations and General Management.
Fred Griesemer, Electromechanical Production Program Manager
Fred Griesemer is the lead program manager at Battelle’s 65,000 square foot electromechanical production facility. He specializes in complex assemblies across consumer electronics, automotive, medical, defense, and aerospace markets. He has an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the Ohio State University and has a background in design engineering of electromechanical, mechanical, and control systems.
Don’t miss Battelle Research Leader Steve Risser’s presentation on innovative battery solutions for wearable medical technologies. Also catch our Principal Research Scientist Jeff Ellis’ presentation: Reducing Risk Through Materials Science.
The Future of Flexible, Printed and Thin Film Batteries for Wearables
Thursday, March 30
10:45 to 11:15 a.m.
In this session, participants will:
Examine the energy and power needs of current and future wearable devices
Review recent advances in flexible, printed, conformal and solid-state batteries and how their small size and variable form factor enhance device design flexibility
Explore how combining energy harvesting with these advanced batteries can enhance development of wearable medical devices
Dr. Risser’s career spans more than 30 years in materials research. His particular area of expertise is developing relations between material composition and performance in devices and using these relations to guide application-specific materials development.
Reducing Risk Through Materials Science: Shedding Light on Mysterious Design Failures
Thursday, March 30
10:15 to 10:45 a.m.
In this session, Dr. Ellis will cover:
Exploring material process-structure-exposure-property relations to avoid delays or recalls and increase value capture
Identifying common deficiencies in material property data
Discussing common themes in medical device failures through case studies
Dr. Ellis received his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from The Ohio State University where his focus was supercritical fluid polymer processing of diagnostic medical devices at the nano-scale.