Founder of Mydea Technologies in Orlando invited to Lead National Academy of Engineers Session at Google Headquarters

Michael Siemer, founder and president of Mydea Technologies Corporation in Orlando, has been invited to lead a session at the National Academy of Engineers’ 2011 Frontiers of Engineering Symposium at Google headquarters in Mountain View, Calif., Sept. 19-21.

Siemer, an engineer and former Disney Imagineer, said he will co-lead a session on additive manufacturing/3D printing at the symposium.

“I am excited about this great opportunity,” Siemer said. “It’s a rare opportunity to be invited and an honor to lead a session on manufacturing,” Siemer added.

More than 300 engineers from across the county were nominated to participate in the NAE’s 2011 Frontiers of Engineering Symposium. Symposium directors narrowed the list to 85 of the most prominent engineers under 45 years of age who have performed exceptional engineering research and technical work in industry, academia and government.

The NAE’s annual Frontiers in Engineering Symposium brings together a select group of emerging engineering leaders to discuss pioneering technical work and leading edge research to facilitate collaboration, the transfer of technologies and networking, said NAE President Charles Vest.

The NAE’s 2011 Frontiers of Engineering Symposium will focus on additive manufacturing, engineering sustainable buildings, neuroprosthetics, and semantic processing, Siemer said.

Mydea Technologies is one of the leading industry providers of 3D printing, additive manufacturing, rapid prototyping, and rapid tooling using digital manufacturing technologies to produce components for technology manufacturers.

Mydea Technologies is a client of the University of Central Florida Business Incubation Program and located at the Central Florida Research Park in east Orlando

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