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Dr. Sara Dillich

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Supervisor, Research and Developm...

Phone: (202) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: s***@***.gov
U.S. Department of Energy
1000 Independence Ave. S.W.
Washington D.C., District of Columbia 20585
United States

 
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Metals outlook mixed
www.thefabricator.com, 10 Jan 2002 [cached]
The U.S. Dept. of Energy (DOE) cites aluminum as the "industry of the future," according to Sara Dillich of DOE's Office of Industrial Technologies (http://www.energy.gov/).
Heat Treat
techcon.ncms.org, 10 April 2006 [cached]
Sara Dillich, Program Manager, DOE/OIT
Executive Summary | Forging Industry Association
www.forging.org, 8 Mar 2012 [cached]
Sara Dillich, program manager with OIT, provided an overview of OIT's Industries of the Future (IOF) strategy and the forging industry's place in the strategy.
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Dr. Dillich commented on the very proactive approach that the forging industry has taken by creating a strategy for meeting tomorrow's technical challenges. To date, OIT has served only in a facilitory and advisory role for this process, with industry providing the leadership and resources. The IOF process, which now serves as a model for this type of activity, includes three key steps: creation of an industry vision, development of a technology roadmap, and implementation of the roadmap. This top-down planning process helps to match limited research and technology-development funds with industry-defined strategies and research priorities.
Together with the vision statement, the forging industry's technology roadmap represents all the members of the industry speaking in unison about the important technical challenges that lay ahead. Dr. Dillich emphasized that because it describes key technical barriers facing the industry and the types of research needed to overcome these barriers, the roadmap is very useful to the industry as a ?calling card? for initiating discussions with government agencies and other organizations interested in supporting manufacturing R&D. She noted that several federal agencies, most prominently the Department of Defense, provide funding to support the development of advanced manufacturing technologies, although the funds have so far tended to go to the largest manufacturing sectors'primarily the forging industry's major customers in the automotive and aerospace industries.
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Sara Dillich, program manager with OIT, provided an overview of OIT\'s Industries of the Future (IOF) strategy and the forging industry\'s place in the strategy.
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Dr. Dillich commented on the very proactive approach that the forging industry has taken by creating a strategy for meeting tomorrow\'s technical challenges. To date, OIT has served only in a facilitory and advisory role for this process, with industry providing the leadership and resources. The IOF process, which now serves as a model for this type of activity, includes three key steps: creation of an industry vision, development of a technology roadmap, and implementation of the roadmap. This top-down planning process helps to match limited research and technology-development funds with industry-defined strategies and research priorities.
Together with the vision statement, the forging industry\'s technology roadmap represents all the members of the industry speaking in unison about the important technical challenges that lay ahead. Dr. Dillich emphasized that because it describes key technical barriers facing the industry and the types of research needed to overcome these barriers, the roadmap is very useful to the industry as a ?calling card? for initiating discussions with government agencies and other organizations interested in supporting manufacturing R&D. She noted that several federal agencies, most prominently the Department of Defense, provide funding to support the development of advanced manufacturing technologies, although the funds have so far tended to go to the largest manufacturing sectors\'primarily the forging industry\'s major customers in the automotive and aerospace industries.
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Sara Dillich, program manager with OIT, provided an overview of OIT\'s Industries of the Future (IOF) strategy and the forging industry\'s place in the strategy.
...
Dr. Dillich commented on the very proactive approach that the forging industry has taken by creating a strategy for meeting tomorrow\'s technical challenges. To date, OIT has served only in a facilitory and advisory role for this process, with industry providing the leadership and resources. The IOF process, which now serves as a model for this type of activity, includes three key steps: creation of an industry vision, development of a technology roadmap, and implementation of the roadmap. This top-down planning process helps to match limited research and technology-development funds with industry-defined strategies and research priorities.
Together with the vision statement, the forging industry\'s technology roadmap represents all the members of the industry speaking in unison about the important technical challenges that lay ahead. Dr. Dillich emphasized that because it describes key technical barriers facing the industry and the types of research needed to overcome these barriers, the roadmap is very useful to the industry as a ?calling card? for initiating discussions with government agencies and other organizations interested in supporting manufacturing R&D. She noted that several federal agencies, most prominently the Department of Defense, provide funding to support the development of advanced manufacturing technologies, although the funds have so far tended to go to the largest manufacturing sectors\'primarily the forging industry\'s major customers in the automotive and aerospace industries.
Sarah Dillich of the ...
www.ecmag.com, 1 Aug 2011 [cached]
Sarah Dillich of the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Fuel Cell Technologies Program reports that, as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funding, a total deployment of up to 1,000 fuel cells is planned.
DOE Recovery Act Projects to Enable ...
www.fuelcellseminar.com [cached]
DOE Recovery Act Projects to Enable Fuel Cell Market Transformation , Sara Dillich, U.S. Department of Energy
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