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The 2017 FED Spring Newsletter has arrived!!!
Innovation comes from interdisciplinary collaboration. Read ASME’s April 2015 update focused on interdisciplinary research, including highlights from the largest interdisciplinary mechanical engineering conference in the world – IMECE.
The ASME Fluids Engineering Division-sponsored Young Engineer Paper (YEP) Contest abstract deadline has been extended to April 3, 2015. Authors of papers selected as finalists will be invited to present their papers at a special session held at the ASME 2015 International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition (IMECE), November 13-19, Houston, Texas, where final judging and selection will take place. For more information, please download the attachment.
Abstract Submission Deadline Extended: November 30, 2014
Authors and presenters are invited to participate in the ASME-JSME-KSME Joint Fluids Engineering Conference (AJK2015) to be held in Seoul, Korea, July 26-31, 2015. Authors are invited to submit abstracts for presentation and publication to the conference website: http://www.ajk2015-fed.org
AJK2015 is a global event that will bring together engineers and researchers from academia, research institutions and industry to participate in a wide-range of symposia and fora dedicated to relevant fluids engineering topics. The AJK2015 conference is co-sponsored by the ASME Fluids Engineering Division and will serve as the FED Summer Meeting (FEDSM) for 2015.
The ASME Fluids Engineering Division (FED) is again sponsoring the Young Engineer Paper (YEP) Contest for the 2014 International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition (IMECE), November 14-20, Montreal, Canada. All 2014 IMECE events will take place at Montreal's downtown convention center, the Palais des Congres, located at 159 St. Antoine Street Ouest, Montreal Canada.
This contest may be entered by undergraduate students, recent baccalaureate engineers (i.e. graduation after April 2013), and beginning graduate students (i.e. start of graduate studies after April 2013). This is a Student Competition, and therefore papers are to be authored by students only; however, faculty advisors, in a mentoring role, may be included in the acknowledgements.
Further details can be found by clicking on the following PDF:
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