Through a series of stories and fun examples only a science student will “get”, Marty Schad of MPES Consulting will share real world stories and anecdotes about Process Engineering. Marty says ”great processes, great products, happy customers”. Or, as Richard Feynman said: “For a successful technology, reality must take precedence over public relations, for Nature cannot be fooled”. Marty will show how the process is the unseen and vital “heart” of technology development and manufacturing.
Marty Schad is the go-to expert for companies like Bose, Corning, and others when they’re looking to solve complex, Process Engineering challenges. He is an RIT (B.S. Chemistry) graduate, who then got his M.S. in ChemE from MIT.
He learned the craft of Process Engineering at Corning Incorporated and Bose Corporation. At Corning, Marty contributed significant process technology to their fiber optics, cellular ceramic substrates, CRT television glass, optical networking, and R&D efforts. He was named an Engineering Associate at Corning. At Bose, he led a team that invented and commercialized a novel composite speaker cone material used in Chevrolet Corvette automobiles. He also designed optical networks at Sycamore Networks. He is the holder of 4 US patents.
Marty launched a consulting company in 2016. His consulting company is MPES, or Material and Process Engineering Solutions. His firm provides value to their clients by: 1) the early clarification of the produc-tion potential of research efforts, and, 2) optimizing existing production to maximize profitability and min-imize headaches. He lives in Shrewsbury Massachusetts with his wife of 27 years, Carolyn.