Simulation-Led Innovation - Using Simulation to Complement Theory and Experiment for Technical Learning
Four billion times a day, Procter & Gamble brands touch the lives of people around the world. At P&G, our people work to make sure those brands live up to their promise to make everyday life just a little bit better, now and for generations to come. Modeling and simulation is a vital tool to assure we can meet these promises.
Predicting consumer experience of everyday products is usually a multidiscipline problem requiring contributions from mechanical, chemical, biological and other scientific domains. These interactions, by their very nature, are multi-scale ranging from the chemical bonds that determine interface behavior and material structure to the large scale manufacturing systems used to produce products around the world.
About the Speaker
Mark Meili, Procter & Gamble
Mark A. Meili is Director of Modeling and Simulation for The Procter & Gamble Company in Cincinnati, Ohio. He has held a variety of technical and management positions in both R&D and Product Supply Engineering and his current role spans technical work processes from research to commercialization to supply chain operation. Mark has been both a practitioner and champion of first principles understanding to reduce risk and enable robust technical decision making throughout his 30-year professional career. Mark received Bachelor of Science degrees from Kansas State University, one in Mechanical Engineering and one in Grain Science.