Sun. June 23, 2013 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
A314, Georgia World Congress Center
Free ticketed event
The textbook for the course, The Early Phases of Technological Innovation for Engineering and Business Students by Paul Swamidass (Aug 14, 2012), is available from Amazon.com.
Technological innovation is what brings products packed with engineering to the market; examples are iPhone, Square, solar cells, wind turbines, and thousands of other products and improvements to products.
The book introduces the principle of the Seven Phases of technological innovation, which makes teaching and learning technology innovation much easier for engineers. Further, this book is geared to enable engineering facu ... (continued)
Dr. Paul M. Swamidass
Dr. Paul Swamidass is a professor in the College of Business, and Director of the Thomas Walter Center for Technology Management at the Ginn College of Engineering, Auburn University. He is also the Director of the Technological Innovation minor called the Business-Engineering-Technology Program at the University. He is a mechanical engineer, who, after working seven years as an engineer/manager with a large manufacturer, earned his Ph.D. in business administration from the University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA.
He is an active inventor. As a pro-se inventor-applicant he was issued a US pat ... (continued)
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