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….An ASME Manufacturing Engineering Division (MED) Centennial Celebration Event
Date: Wednesday, November 18, 2020
Time: 6:00pm-8:00pm (Eastern Time)
Description: This forum is being hosted by the IMECE/Advanced Manufacturing Track and co-sponsored by Manufacturing Engineering Division (MED) and ASME Manufacturing Public Policy Task Force (MPPTF) to bring awareness of ASME’s role in U.S. Manufacturing Public Policy and the opportunities for ASME volunteers to make an impact. This panel will highlight ASME positions on various manufacturing public policy issues, and their importance to ASME members. Panelists will also share their experiences serving as Executive Branch and Congressional Fellows and how it impacted their careers and the Nation.
Tom Kurfess : ORNL – Chief Mfg Officer; 2012 ASME Foundation Swanson Fellow at the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP)
Asha Balakrishnan: Science and Technology Policy Institute (STPI), Research Staff Member; 2019-2020 ASME Congressional Fellow – Subcommittee on Space & Aeronautics Committee on Science, Space, and Technology
Andy Bicos: Boeing – Retired; 2016-2017 ASME Congressional Fellow - Office of U.S. Congressman Tom Reed
Connie Lausten, P.E.: ASME Committee on Government Relations, Chair and 2000 ASME Congressional Fellow
Marc Santos: Isle Utilities; 2019 ASME Congressional Fellow – Office of U.S. Senator Chris Coons
Steven Schmid: Manufacturing Public Policy Task Force (MPPTF), Chair; 2012 ASME Foundation Swanson Fellow – Advanced Manufacturing National Program Office (AMNPO), NIST
Shawn Moylan: NIST; 2017-2018 ASME Congressional Fellow – Office of U.S. Senator Gary Peters
Gloria Wiens: Manufacturing Engineering Division (MED) Centennial Planning Committee, Chair; 2012-2015 ASME Foundation Swanson Fellow – Advanced Manufacturing National Program Office (AMNPO), NIST
REGISTER NOW FOR COMMITTTEE MEETINGS & SPECIAL EVENTS: https://cong1120.registerat.com/
Please note that this $0.00 registration does NOT give you access to the IMECE technical sessions, but you will have a limited access on Day 1 (November 16th) to listen to the opening keynote address and visit the virtual Exhibit Hall.
ALL REGISTRANTS will receive an email with instructions on how to download the CrowdCompass Event App. This app can be downloaded onto your desktop or smart phone and will give you access to the special events. Emails will start to go out next week to all registrants.
A CURRENT LIST OF MEETINGS & SPECIAL EVENTS CAN BE FOUND HERE: https://event.asme.org/IMECE/Program/Committee-Meetings-Special-Events
Questions? Contact Barbara Zlatnik at ASME (email@example.com).
Registration is open and the Advanced Manufacturing Track is terrific! Learn more and review and share the attached flyer.
Abstracts are due March 1, 2021. Instructions on preparing and submitting abstracts will be available at http://www.sme.org/blue-sky-competition/.
The Fourth Annual NSF Manufacturing Blue Sky Competition, funded by the National Science Foundation, will be held during the 2021 SME North American Manufacturing Research Conference (NAMRC) and ASME Manufacturing Science and Engineering Conference (MSEC), June 21-25, 2021, which will be held online. The winner of the competition will receive the SME David Dornfeld Manufacturing Vision Award.
The aim of this annual competition is to influence the future of manufacturing research and education in the United States through new, visionary ideas of the future. Such visionary ideas are often described as “radical,” “outrageous,” “transformational,” “unconventional,” “convergent,” and “breakthrough.” Presentations should pose grand challenges to be addressed by pursuing the manufacturing research vision, describing the intersections between disparate disciplines necessary to advance that vision. Topical areas should extend beyond the scope of a single investigator and show potential for transformative impact in areas of interest to federal agencies.