Bernhard Lindner, MSc is head of Quality Management within the Quality department at the medical products manufacturer Leonhard Lang GmbH in Innsbruck, Austria. He is responsible for the reorganisation of the existing quality management system. Among other things, a modern FMEA tool with software support in risk management will be introduced.
Alexander Schloske is at the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation in Stuttgart. He has many years of project experience in the areas of product and quality management in different industries. In addition to his activities in industry, he holds lectures on quality management at the University of Stuttgart and on methods of product development at TU Vienna.
FMEA training and moderating are the core competences of Ute Schuler. Her main tasks are implementing the FMEA method in companies, moderating projects and presenting the FMEA to the customer and in certification audits. She focuses on the automotive industry, but also supports projects in the railway and medical sectors, as well as special purpose machinery.
Rhonda is chair of the SAE J1739 FMEA Standard committee, coauthor of SAE J2886 DRBFM Recommended Practice, coauthor of the AIAG FMEA 4th Edition Reference Manual and coauthor of the AIAG CQI-24 DRBFM Reference Manual. Her latest project is the AIAG-VDA FMEA harmonization team where she is an active writer, editor, and trainer.
Kathrin Glander has several years of experience in Driver Assistance Systems and Automated Driving. She is working for ZF Friedrichshafen GmbH as a Product Engineer, where she is developing new methods on the creation of system requirements specifications for Automated Driving Functions with respect to complete decomposition and traceability, connection to Functional Safety (including SOTIF) and reusability.
Stefan Kahl, Senior Chief Superintendent, has more than 30 years of experience in policing, both on operational and managerial level. Currently he is a full-time senior lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences for Public Administration of North Rhine-Westphalia. In his area of expertise (operational doctrine) he explores and developes options to apply and to transfer the methodology of risk management to the planning process of large-scale police operations.
Rüdiger Koppe is founder and managing director of SRI Strategic Risk Institute GmbH. He was career officer in the German Airforce as chief of operations of a military flying school and wing flight safety officer. Then he joined Airbus, initially as head of Integrated Training Systems and later as head of Business Development Security and Defence for Airbus Defence and Space, Space Systems. He graduated from the German armed forces University in Munich as Master for International Management and Enterprise Organisation.
Dr.-Ing. Dietmar Wegner is involved over 30 years in several disciplines in the ‘Safety and Dependability’ assurance for technologies and projects in different industrial domains like nuclear power plants, high speed railways and space. Currently he is supporting ‘Dependability and Safety Assurance’ for the ‘Galileo Space Navigation Project’ of the European Space Agency (ESA), Risk assessment for future ESA space missions and other space related activities.
Roman Tizki, M.Sys.Eng. is founder and managing director of 7SIGMA GmbH. From his experiences as Quality Manager he recognized the necessity of professional Methodologists in the free market economy. With his team, he supports enterprises during selection, usage and implementation of methods along the value chain. His approaches are sector-neutral and interdisciplinary.
L. D. Dawson has over 40 years of experience in Quality and Reliability engineering and application. Founder and Technical Director of Quality-One since 1986, he had previously held engineering and training positions at Ford Motor Company. As Trainer he has consulted thousands of quality and engineering professionals in FMEA and APQP. He is teaching also for several colleges and universities and has written and collaborated on several technical books and manuals.
Gerhard F. Liebhart; M.Sc., is Director of the Institute Genese, Business Trainer, Coach, (Team) Mediator, Leadership Coach and specialized in the development of executives, employees and teams for 23 years. Due to his work in a total of 23 countries, the intercultural challenges is again and again the focus of his work. Topics such as increasing the resilience of employees and teams, and accompanying executives to optimize their leadership responsibilities are among his daily tasks.
Bernd von Regius, MSc., Dipl. Ing. ist Head of FMA (Failure Mode Avoidance) in the quality department of product development at Ford Werke GmbH in Köln Merkenich. He has many years of experience in various tasks and functions in the quality department - currently in the development and implementation of quality methods in the company with focus on product development. Thus he supports the overall goal to ensure error-free products.
Dr. Baker is the Principal Technical Risk Specialist at Johnson Matthey. In his previous role as a Chemist he experienced the effects of poor FMEA first hand transferring new products into manufacturing facilities around the world and solving problems in production. He is now changing company culture, creating a workforce that enjoys and wants FMEA.
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