Tuesday, October 23 2012 00:00
Next up on Thursday, October 25th:
When: Thursday, October 25, 2012 from 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Where: Elliott Alumni Center, 9 Edgewood Road, Durham, NH (NOTE: New Location!)
Free! Register Now
Join us for the first Innovation Catalyst Seminar of the 2012-2013 academic year.
This year, the theme of the Catalyst series is "Innovations in..." and we will invite industry experts to discuss business segments important to the State of New Hampshire and opportunities for growth within those segments.
Featuring: Brian Coffenberry of Albany Engineered Composites
What will you learn?
How Albany International brings their products to market.
The challenges and successes Albany Engineered Composites has faced as they've grown.
The current focus of Albany Engineered Composites as they look to the future of materials science.
The most pressing market needs for innovative solutions in materials science.
Who should attend?
New and aspiring professionals in the materials science field
Students, faculty, and staff
Seasoned materials science veterans that can lend additional insight into their experiences
Anyone interested in learning more about the materials science industry
All are welcome! You'll walk away from this session with the knowledge and understanding of what the key technical hurdles and upcoming trends are for an industry that is a significant employer in New Hampshire.
We'll reserve time for Q&A so you can ask Brian any questions.
About Brian Coffenberry
Brian S. Coffenberry is the Senior Vice President of Strategic Planning & Business Development for Albany Engineered Composites. His background includes more than 25 years in the composites industry, many of which have focused on management and business development. Mr. Coffenberry has been with Albany International since 1994 and Albany Engineered Composites (previously Albany International Techniweave, Inc.) since its inception in 1998. His previous roles with both companies have included Manager of Business Development, Director of Aerospace Products, and VP/General Manager.
Location & Parking
This year, ORPC seminars will be located in the Elliott Alumni Center on the corner of Edgewood Road (off of Main Street) and Strafford Avenue in Durham.
Lot D at the Elliott Alumni Center is designated Faculty/Staff parking. Lot H is designated parking for campus visitors and is $1/hour with free parking after 6pm. Metered parking is also available along Strafford Avenue.
See this parking map:
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