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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: Hazen and Sawyer Associates; 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 (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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.
ASME – Manufacturing Engineering Division
2021 ASME International Manufacturing Science & Engineering Conference (MSEC)
June 21-25, 2021
Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Hosted by the University of Cincinnati, College of Engineering and Applied Science
Click on PDF below for more details.
Radu Pavel, outgoing Chair of MED, provides the annual Division update virtually this year, since MED was unable to meet in person. Download the update.
Dear ASME MED member,
Proposals for technical symposia, including panel sessions, are being solicited for 2021 ASME International Manufacturing Science & Engineering Conference (MSEC), planned to be held June 21–25, 2021 in Cincinnati, Ohio, hosted by the University of Cincinnati College of Engineering and Applied Science.
Please see the attached information about proposing a symposium to the appropriate Technical Committee Chair(s) by June 15, 2020.
A link to the flyer is provided below.
Please share this information to your colleagues who may be interested.
MSEC 2021 Technical Program Chair
Competition held June 23, 2020 at Duke Energy Convention Center, Cincinnati, OH USA
The purpose of the competition is to foster interest in manufacturing, provide the manufacturing engineering community with fresh new perspectives on design, and create a forum for students to share their new and innovative ideas. Held during the ASME 2020 International Manufacturing Science and Engineering Conference (MSEC), June 22-26, 2020 at the Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati, OH, USA. The 2020 Student Manufacturing Design Competition (SMDC) is sponsored by ASME Manufacturing Engineering Division (MED), and co-organized by ASME MED and the SME North American Manufacturing Research Institution (NAMRI).
Entries from either teams or individual contestants must be submitted in electronic form and received by March 20, 2020. Up to eight finalist teams will be selected from the entrants and will be expected to give an oral presentation at the 2020 MSEC conference. The use of visual aids and demonstration of working models are highly encouraged.
First Prize: $1000 Second Prize: $750 Third Prize: $500
Details could be found in the attached announcement.
Report on Workshop: U.S.‐Germany Collaborative Research inAdvanced Manufacturing in Herndon, VA, USAApril 2 - 4, 2019Final Report
A National Science Foundation grant will provide support to select full-time students from U.S. institutions to attend the co-located 2020 ASME International Manufacturing Science and Engineering Conference (MSEC
2020), the 48th NAMRI/SME North American Manufacturing Research Conference (NAMRC 48), and the 2020 Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers (JSME) Leading Edge Manufacturing/Materials & Processing (LEM&P 2020). This year the conference will be hosted by the University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio on June 22 – June 26, 2020, in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA.
Learn more here! You'll find a link to the online application portal, key dates, and more.
The Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison invites applicants for a tenure-track or tenured faculty position beginning August 2020 or later to complement our existing research programs in manufacturing and production systems, decision sciences/operations research, health systems engineering, and human factors.
At this time, we are specifically interested in candidates who can contribute to our department's vision of building, analyzing, and leveraging smart and interconnected systems, with a focus on data analytics for industrial applications. Specific research areas of interest include but are not limited to industrial data analytics theory and algorithms for system modeling, analysis, and optimization, including product/process/service design and optimization; system automation and process control; human-technology and human-robot interaction; autonomy and decision support in smart cities and communities, and the security of cyber-physical industrial systems. Industrial domains of interest include, but are not limited to, advanced manufacturing, energy, healthcare, transportation, service, and sociotechnical systems.
Applicants should have an outstanding academic record, exceptional potential for creative research, and a commitment to both undergraduate and graduate education in industrial and systems engineering. Applicants are expected to create and maintain a strong program of research, provide classroom and individual training for undergraduate and graduate degree-seeking students, and contribute to the intellectual and academic life of the department. University and professional service will be expected as appropriate.
THE DEADLINE FOR ENSURING FULL CONSIDERATION IS OCTOBER 13, 2019, but positions will remain open and applications may be considered until the position is filled.
Applications must be submitted online at https://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/en-us/job/502722
Dear ASME Volunteer Leader,
Today it seems that engineering knowledge changes so quickly in the rapidly changing world of technology. Is there anything really timeless about our profession? Surprisingly yes - as evidenced by a set of professional principles written some 75 years ago which remain relevant today. In 1944 the ASME Mechanical Engineering magazine published three articles by W. J. King about what every engineer should know (yet is rarely taught at university). It was reprinted as the Unwritten Laws of Engineering in 1994 and published as the Unwritten Laws of Engineering with Revisions and Additions in 2001. We are embarking on an update of this publication and invite you to be a contributor.
The objective of this “team-based” project is to refresh and expand an historic document for the 21st century, and to release it in 2020 - a year when multiple ASME technical divisions and sections are celebrating their centennial.
The book contains three parts:
What is critically needed to make the publication relevant in the 21st century is more than an update of the three chapters, we need a fourth chapter on “What every engineer needs to know about teams, collaborations and systems engineering.”
In the spirit of collaborative engineering today we invite everyone in our society to consider contributing to the update. We are using a new ASME Wiki tool to "crowdsource" the initiative - and invite you to be a part of updating the laws along with creating a new chapter on collaboration.
All contributors will need to register to use the wiki tool and to complete a copyright release. We plan to recognize all contributions to the finished work in the updated publication.Please register here: https://bit.ly/2UNsa2pOnce registered you will be able to access the main site http://www.asmewiki.com/login
What wisdom have you discovered in your career which should be memorialized in our new Unwritten Laws of Engineering for the 21st Century?Please share this email with your individual communities. Please direct any queries to me at: email@example.com
Thanks for your consideration and support of this effort.
Michael F. Molnar PE FASMEMember, ASME Board of Governors
We are pleased to announce that ASME Journal of Computing and Information Science in Engineering is calling for papers for a Special Issue on Machine Learning Applications in Manufacturing. The CFP flyer is attached.
This Special Issue aims to harvest the latest efforts in theoretical as well as experimental aspects of ML and their applications in manufacturing. The paper submission deadline is July 1st, 2019.
Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
ML-based theoretical approaches for manufacturing ML for robotics and human-machine interaction ML for predictive maintenance, quality control, and process optimization ML for tasks scheduling and supply chain management ML for sustainable manufacturing ML for manufacturing process monitoring and control ML and data-driven design for manufacturing to enable better and faster fabrication of parts ML methods that provide insights for manufacturing process improvement ML methods that leverage material informatics for improved manufacturing
ML-based experimental case studies for smart manufacturing Advanced diagnostics, prognostics and asset health management Energy consumption modelling and optimization Advanced robotics (collaborative and adaptive robots) Digital twin Leveraging ML for hybrid manufacturing (additive and subtractive manufacturing) Data acquisition for novel manufacturing processes
Novel ML algorithm design for manufacturing Approaches to extract manufacturing knowledge using ML techniques Algorithms and approaches handling big data, data imbalance, uncertainty, data fusion, etc. Calibration and validation of ML-based patterns and models Addressing security, privacy, and cyber resilience/reliability issues Novel deep learning architecture for manufacturing domain problems Hybrid machine learning methods that combine data-driven and equation-based methods
Creation and sharing of research data that supports ML applications in manufacturing
Special Issue EditorsYing Liu, Cardiff University, UK, firstname.lastname@example.orgBin He, Shanghai University, China, email@example.comMahesh Mani, Allegheny Science & Technology, US, firstname.lastname@example.orgAnurag Purwar, Stony Brook University, US, email@example.comRahul Rai, University at Buffalo SUNY, US, firstname.lastname@example.org
Proposals for technical symposia, including panel sessions, are being solicited for 2020 ASME International Manufacturing Science & Engineering Conference (MSEC), June 22 – 26, 2020, Cincinnati, Ohio, hosted by the University of Cincinnati, College of Engineering and Applied Science.
Please see the attached information about proposing a symposium by May 31, 2019 to the TC Chairs.
Please distribute this information to any colleagues, who you feel would be interested, and let me know if you have any question.
Barbara LinkeMSEC2020 Technical Program Chair
NUMIFORM 2019 has received a travel grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to support a limited number of US-based early career scientists for attending the conference (June 23-27).
Support details: The support comes in the form of conference registration support ($400) and hotel accommodation at the conference site (Sheraton Portsmouth Harborside Hotel) for 4 nights. Those who receive the support will be asked to share the room at the conference hotel with another travel award recipient. They will also be asked to attend the entire conference. The cost of traveling to the conference location will not be covered.
Eligibility: The award is open to undergraduate and graduate students, postdocs, research scientists, junior faculty, etc. Preference will be given to underrepresented groups and students, and to those who have contributed to NUMIFORM 2019, although the awards will not necessarily be limited only to those who have submitted a paper to the conference.
Application: Please e-mail the attached form to Nikhil.Padhye@unh.edu
Schedule for Travel Grants:
Application Deadline for Travel Grant: 3/28/2019
Notification of Acceptance: 4/10/2019
Deadline for registration to the Conference: 4/30/2019
Dear MSEC2019 Author,
Poster submissions are still being accepted for ASME MSEC2019 (co-located with NAMRC 47) until April 5. Posters submitted from now on will appear in the program, but not on the Online Papers site.
The Call for Posters and Poster Template can be downloaded at: https://event.asme.org/MSEC/Program/Call-for-Posters
Note that even if you have not already submitted a poster abstract, you can still submit the poster and abstract together by April 5.
This year's conference will again include three highly visible poster sessions (Tuesday June 11, Wednesday June 12, Thursday June 13), which will provide for great opportunities to showcase your work. The posters will be displayed continuously from Tuesday to Thursday, and one of the three sessions will be assigned for you to present your work.
We look forward to seeing your poster at MSEC2019 in June!
Prof. Barbara Linke, MSEC2019 Technical Program Co-Chair and Poster Track Chair
Prof. Zhijian (ZJ) Pei, MSEC2019 Technical Program Chair and Poster Track Co-Chair
I wanted to provide a friendly reminder about the upcoming March 4th submission deadline for the 2019 ASME/SME Student Manufacturing Design Competition.
We invite submissions from any undergraduate or graduate student who is registered in school full time through Spring 2019. Both individual and group projects are welcome, and individuals may participate in several entries as long as each entry is on a different subject. The flyer is attached.
We look forward to receiving excellent submissions!
A US National Science Foundation grant will provide support to select full-time students from U.S. institutions to attend the co-located NAMRI/SME 47th North American Manufacturing Research Conference (NAMRC47) and the 2019 ASME Manufacturing Science and Engineering Conference (MSEC2019) to be held at Penn State Behrend’s School of Engineering, Bayfront Convention Center, Erie, PA, on June 10-14, 2019.
This email has critical information about the application process:
1) STUDENT SUPPORT DETAILS :
The eligibility and support application details can be found at the link below https://namrc47-msec2019.behrend.psu.edu/student-travel-supportPlease read the entire page before starting the online application, since it requires you to assemble different pieces of information before the final submission
2) ONLINE APPLICATION PORTAL:An online application portal has been set up at the link below:https://webforms.rpi.edu/namrc-msec-student-support-application
All applications for the student support award should be made through the online portal. Applications submitted in any other way (including email) will not be considered for the award.
3) KEY DATES:
• Application Deadline: March 1st 2019, by 10:00 PM (ET)• Award Notification: March 15 (1st round); March 29 (2nd round), 2019• Awardee Registration Deadline: April 5th 2019
We look forward to receiving your student support application.
Johnson SamuelAssociate ProfessorDept. of Mechanical, Aerospace and Nuclear EngineeringRensselaer Polytechnic InstitutePhone: 518-276-3682Email: email@example.com
The organizers of the Advanced Manufacturing Track (AMT) of the 2019 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition (IMECE) invite you to submit abstracts and papers to the AMT in IMECE 2019, which will be held from November 8 - 14, 2019, at Salt Lake City, Utah.
Attached please find the flyer for the call for papers. Deadline of abstract submissions: February 25, 2019 (if accepted, full-length papers due April 29)
Additional information about the AMT, sponsored by the Manufacturing Engineering Division of the ASME, and IMECE 2019 can be found at https://www.asme.org/events/imece. We look forward to seeing you in November.
Co-Organizers:William J. Emblom, University of Louisiana at LafayetteChang Ye, University of Akron Junghoon Yeom, Michigan State University
We encourage you to submit posters to the poster track. The deadline is February 28, 2019, about three months later than the deadline for full papers. Therefore, you can present the latest results of your work. Also, all accepted posters will be included in the conference publications if they are presented at the conference and their “Permission to publish forms” are submitted. More information about the poster track is at https://www.asme.org/events/msec/program/call-for-posters
The posters will be set up and displayed on Tuesday (day 2) of the conference, and continue to be displayed through Thursday (day 4).
In order for your poster to be included in the conference publications, you are required to be at your poster for at least one hour. There will be several poster presentation sessions and you will be assigned a one-hour time slot during which you should be present in front of your poster.
To facilitate networking, the poster display location will be in close proximity to conference technical presentation rooms.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have questions. We look forward to receiving your posters through https://event.asme.org/msec.
Poster Track Organizers
Barbara Linke, University of California Davis, (530) 752-6451; firstname.lastname@example.org
Zhijian (ZJ) Pei, Texas A&M University, (979) 458-2334; email@example.com
We are happy to announce the Third Annual David Dornfeld Manufacturing Vision Award and Blue Sky Competition. Funded by the National Science Foundation, the competition will be held during the 2019 SME North American Manufacturing Research Conference (NAMRC) and ASME Manufacturing Science and Engineering Conference (MSEC), June 10-14, 2019 in Erie, PA.
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 single investigator and show potential for transformative impact in areas of interest to federal agencies.
It is likely that team efforts will be needed to formulate such ideas. Therefore, interdisciplinary collaborations are encouraged, including disciplines outside of engineering.
Abstracts should be submitted by April 1, 2019, to Professor ZJ Pei at firstname.lastname@example.org. Each abstract should be up to one page in length, including the title. This one-page abstract should not include names of submitters and their affiliations. Such information should be included in the email.
Attached please find the flyer, the past competition results, and the 2019 selection committee that is consisted of:
• AFOSR: Sofi Bin-Salamon (Program Manager, Biophysics)• DARPA: Bradley Ringeisen (Deputy Director, Biological Technology Office)• DARPA: John A. Main (Program Manager, Defense Sciences Office)• DoD: A. Adele Ratcliff (Director, Manufacturing Resiliency & Assurance and Industrial Base Analysis & Sustainment)• DoE: Rob Ivester (Director, Advanced Manufacturing Office)• NASA: John Vickers (Principal Technologist)• NIST/AMNPO: Frank Gayle (Deputy Director, Office of Advanced Manufacturing)• AAAS/Science: Mahlet Mesfin (Deputy Director, Center for Science Diplomacy)• Boeing: Steve Walls (Technical Fellow, Production Engineering/Building Integration)• DEKA Research and Development: Kristy Pottol (Strategic Development)• GE: Dale Lombardo (Manufacturing Technology Manager, Structural Materials, GE Global Research Center)• NCDMM: Ralph Resnick (President and Executive Director)• Saint Gobain: Anand Tanikella (Vice President, R&D Abrasives Worldwide)
Dear Colleagues, We invite submissions to the 2019 ASME/SME Student Manufacturing Design Competition from any undergraduate or graduate student who is registered in school full time through Spring 2019. Both individual and group projects are welcome, and individuals may participate in several entries as long as each entry is on a different subject. The submission deadline for the competition this year is March 4, 2019. Please find a flyer with more info attached. Please feel free to forward the flyer and info to faculty responsible for capstone design project courses or any student groups that you feel would be interested in submitting a project. We look forward to receiving excellent submissions! Best regards,
Dear MED Members,
Season’s greetings from the MED Executive Committee!
Listed below please find the hyperlinks of several Society-level and Division-level manufacturing awards and the corresponding Award Committee Chair with their contact information. The purpose of each award and the nomination instructions are detailed in the respective Award website. As it draws near the end of another year and reflecting on exceptional accomplishments from many of our members, we strongly encourage everyone to consider nominating individuals who are high-achieving and deserving of such recognitions. If you have questions about any particular award and the nomination process, please do not hesitate to contact the respective Award Committee Chair.
DEADLINE of ALL nomination submissions: February 1, 2019
The award recipients will be presented or announced in MSEC 2019 (June 10 - 14, 2019 at Erie, PA), hosted by Penn State Erie, The Behrend College.
M. Eugene Merchant Manufacturing Medal of ASME/SME
Committee Chair: Professor John W. Sutherland (765-496-9697, email@example.com)
William T. Ennor Manufacturing Technology Award
Committee Chair: Professor Yuebin Guo (205-348-2615, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Milton C. Shaw Manufacturing Research Medal
Committee Chair: Professor Yong Huang (352-392-5520, email@example.com)
Chao and Trigger Young Manufacturing Engineer Award
Kevin ChouOn behalf of MED Executive Committee
The paper submission deadline for MSEC 2019 has been extended to November 18, 2018.
We look forward to receiving your submissions and seeing you in Erie, PA.
Dear Fellow Manufacturing Engineering Division (MED) Members:
The ASME Manufacturing Engineering Division is pleased to share with you the latest MED Newsletter for Fall 2018.
• MSEC2018 Report• Student Manufacturing Design Competition at MSEC2018• Early Career Forum at MSEC2018• ASME Journal Reports• ASME MED Awards• Upcoming Events
Please find the newsletter in the attachment.
Kevin ChouMED Chair (2018‐2019)University of Louisville502.firstname.lastname@example.org
We are pleased to invite you to participate in the NIST-ASTM-NSF-ASME Workshop on Challenges in Representing Manufacturing Processes for Systematic Sustainability Assessments, which will be held on June 21st at Texas A&M University. The workshop is in conjunction with the ASME 2018 Manufacturing Science and Engineering Conference (MSEC), co-located with the 46th SME North American Manufacturing Research Conference (NAMRC), and sponsored by the US National Science Foundation’s Nanomanufacturing program.
The expected outcomes of the workshop will be to: 1) inform the US NSF of research challenges and future directions in nanomanufacturing and other advanced manufacturing domains, and 2) discuss manufacturing process modeling challenges in the context of new manufacturing standards being developed by the US National Institute of Standards and Technology. More details about the workshop are available here: http://research.engr.oregonstate.edu/isl/feature-story/2018-ramp-workshop-reusable-abstractions-manufacturing-processes. The webpage will be updated with additional details as the workshop approaches.
We look forward to seeing you in College Station, Texas!
Karl Haapala, Barbara Linke, KC Morris, Bill Bernstein, Fu Zhao
Karl R. Haapala, Ph.D.Associate Professor, Industrial Sustainability LabAssistant Director, OSU Industrial Assessment CenterSchool of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing EngineeringOregon State University, Corvallis, OR 97331Mail: 204 Rogers Hall | Office: 218A Dearborn Hall
Email: Karl.Haapala@oregonstate.eduPhone: 541-737-3122