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  • Call for Symposium Proposals (MSEC 2022)

    ASME – Manufacturing Engineering Division

    2022 ASME International Manufacturing Science & Engineering Conference (MSEC)

    June 27- July 1, 2022

    West Lafayette, Indiana, USA

    Hosted by Purdue University, College of Engineering

    The Manufacturing Engineering Division (MED) of ASME and the North American Manufacturing Research Institution of SME are pleased to co-sponsor the 2022 International Manufacturing Science & Engineering Conference (MSEC) and the 50th North American Manufacturing Research Conference (NAMRC). The collocated conferences will be hosted by the Purdue University College of Engineering on June 27-July 1, 2022, in West Lafayette, Indiana, USA. We anticipate having an in-person conference.

    Proposals for technical symposia, including panel sessions, are being solicited for MSEC 2022.

    For more information, please see attached flyer. 

    Organizers

    Dr. Zhichao (Charlie) Li, DANTE Solutions, Cleveland, OH, USA. 440-234-8477; Charlie.Li@dante-solutions.com

    Dr. Ihab Ragai, Penn State University, The Behrend College, Erie, PA, USA. 814-898-6469; ihab.ragai@psu.edu

    Dr. Alireza Shirazi, Hitachi Truck Mfg. Ltd., Guelph, ON, Canada. 519-823-2000x5028; ashirazi@hitachitruck.com

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  • 2nd Women in Advanced Manufacturing (WIAM) Forum at ASME NAMRC49/MSEC 2021

    Submitted by Annie Dian-Ru Li, Megan McGovern, Maya Reslan, Barbara Linke, Gloria Wiens  – ASME MED WIAM Organizing Committee

    Following its inaugural event in 2019, the WIAM Forum 2021 will continue to showcase successful career paths, discuss next generation technologies, and address the diversity gap in the field of manufacturing engineering. This forum is organized by the ASME Manufacturing Engineering Division (MED). Funding for this event is being provided by MED and the ASME Technical and Engineering Communities (TEC) Sector and it is co-sponsored by SME. The 3-hour virtual forum is scheduled to be held on Tuesday afternoon (ET), June 22, 2021 at ASME NAMRC49/MSEC 2021.

    The WIAM 2021 virtual forum will feature (i) a panel discussion with panelists from government, academia, and industry, (ii) a networking event, (iii) a professional development workshop, and (iv) post-forum presentations by the SME society and ASME Volunteer Orientation and Leadership Training (VOLT) program. In the panel discussion, the panelists will showcase their successful career paths and discuss new technologies and opportunities for the diverse next generation in manufacturing engineering. The panel discussion will be followed by a networking event with break-out sessions to promote interactions among the panelists and attendees and expand professional connections in manufacturing engineering. In the professional development workshop, participants will learn the difference between empowering leadership and controlling leadership. The post-forum presentation will feature introductions of the SME society and the ASME VOLT program.

    Registration for the Manufacturing Science and Engineering Conference (MSEC) is required to attend the Forum. Registration is open: https://ceas.uc.edu/events/namrc-msec-2021/register.html

    We sincerely welcome all genders and diverse professionals to join us to together foster career growth and identify next steps for building diversity in manufacturing engineering!

    More detailed information can be found on the WIAM Forum website:

    https://event.asme.org/MSEC/Program/Women-in-Advanced-Manufacturing

    and ASME MSEC website:

    https://event.asme.org/MSEC.

    For more information, contact Annie Dian-Ru Li at drli@umich.edu.

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