Dr. Juan Manuel López Oglesby
Director, Graduate Biomedical Engineering Sciences
UPAEP Research and Graduate Programs
Industry 4.0 and Strategic Competitiveness, Evento semanal de iideas
23 de mayo del 2018
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This presentation will highlight the changes that surround our competitive environment in Mexico and the world, and the things that we must consider to position our institutions and enterprises within this emerging landscape.
Hablar y resaltar los cambios que nos rodean en el ámbito competitivo de México y el mundo, y qué debemos de considerar para posicionar a nuestras instituciones y empresas en este ámbito emergente.
Dr. Juan M. López is currently the Director for the Graduate Biomedical Engineering Programs for UPAEP in Puebla, México and has been a National Research Fellow for Mexico’s National Science and Technology Council (SNI-CONACyT). He is a charter member of two research and academic foundations (IIIEA, A.C., and Red BIOT, A.C.), and the UPAEP Office of Technology Transfer. He coordinates international research relationships for the UPAEP General Director of Internationalization, and serves as an external science representative for the State of Puebla’s only federally-accredited research IRB for the Health Secretariat for Puebla.
He obtained his B.S. Engineering from LeTourneau University, in Longview, TX USA, and his M.S. Engineering and Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, LA USA.8.
In addition to his academic credentials, he has worked in the restaurant, entertainment, automotive, power generation, and oil-and-gas industries, with experiences in individual projects and responsibilities in inspections, industrial, process, piping, mechanical, and civil engineering as well as forensic engineering, onsite problem diagnosis and solutions, plant start-up, and turnarounds.
He has had experience in curriculum design, education, and research since 2001, and maintains a strong personal commitment to transforming Mexico’s educational and research cultures for the betterment of Mexico’s long-term social and economic health, as well as fostering strong international ties that will catalyze this transformation and project Mexico's great treasure in talent and ideas onto the world stage.