Schreyer Honors College (SHC)at Penn State

Philips Ultrasound, Inc.

  • Date 09/03/19
  • Time 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
  • Location C-9 Atherton Hall

Philips Ultrasound, with transducer development and manufacturing local to State College, would like to take the opportunity to meet Schreyer Scholars with backgrounds in Mechanical, Electrical, Engineering Science, Industrial, and Biomedical Engineering fields to discuss how Philips is working to improve the lives of 3 billion people per year worldwide by 2025. Representative engineers will be available to engage in open dialogue with Scholars, and answer questions. Associated opportunities for motivated and determined engineers will also be presented, and résumés collected. This informal event will provide insight to the greater Philips goals and objectives, while providing detail into our product portfolio and focused mission within Philips Ultrasound, where every image counts because every patient matters.

Regina Incarnato is a Process Engineer within Philips Ultrasound Research and Development, having joined the team in June. She graduated from Penn State in May of 2019, with a degree in chemical engineering. During her academic career, Regina was heavily involved with Phi Sigma Rho, having served as president in 2018, as well as their THON dancer in 2019. She also was involved with undergraduate research related to processing bioethanol from different plant feedstocks. Since joining Philips, Regina has been able to apply her materials and chemical engineering skills to ensuring transducer related components are chemically sound and capable of complying with FDA and international regulations. Mark Riley is a Manufacturing and Process Engineer within the Manufacturing Engineering organization at Philips Ultrasound. He has been with the company for 23 years. Mark graduated from Penn State with a degree in Industrial Engineering in 1991, and received his MS in Manufacturing Management in 2001. Prior to Philips, Mark spent four years working for Keystone Friction Hinge Company as an Industrial Engineer. Mark’s knowledge, skills, and experiences are proven valuable assets with respect to providing production support, problem solving, and developing innovative solutions within transducer manufacturing. Brett Corl is a Process Development Engineering within Philips Ultrasound Research and Development, a position he’s held for 3 years. Brett graduated from Penn State and the Schreyer Honors College with a degree in Engineering Science in 2013, and received his M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from North Carolina State in 2018. Prior to Philips, he worked for Boeing Defense, Space and Security for 4 years. Brett’s engineering knowledge and abilities are regularly applied to developing innovative transducer processing techniques within upcoming and future products, as well as exploring opportunities for product and platform improvement.

Cost: Free

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