Scientists, inventors, artists, entrepreneurs and techies of all kinds will gather in Cleveland Sept. 26-28 for the 10th annual IngenuityFest, and Case School of Engineering representatives will join some of the region’s most creative minds in discussing and celebrating innovation.
Case School of Engineering Dean Jeffrey L. Duerk will deliver the keynote speech at the event’s inaugural Engines of Ingenuity Summit, held during the second day of IngenuityFest, where he’ll discuss the maker movement and the future of manufacturing.
Engineering student makers will also be on-hand showing off their products, projects and ideas, and representatives from the university’s own innovation center, think[ box ] will be featured in the event’s Maker Space.
Case Western Reserve University is among nearly 30 of the region’s top institutions, businesses and organizations that are sponsoring the event.
Additional info and full schedule of events is at ingenuitycleveland.com.