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Join ASME Metro Detroit for a virtual event to learn more about Advancements in Vehicle CAE Analysis and STEM Outreach. This is amunique opportunity to hear about the latest Automotive Industry trends and Technology!
You will get to hear first hand from Engineers of FORD and TOYOTA! The presentations will also cover Automotive Industry STEM Outreach and encourage new generation of engineers.
When: 25th November, 2020
Time: 2 PM to 3 PM EDT
Where: Online via Zoom
1-PDH Hour Certificate will be provided to participants, per request.
Register here for free!
About the speakers:
Allison Collins is a Materials Engineer at Ford Motor Company for body interior. Her career at Ford started with a rotational program in which she held various other positions including Polymer Laboratory Engineer, Seat Complete Engineer, Safety Test Engineer, and launch support on the 2020 Lincoln Aviator at Chicago Assembly Plant.
Jaret Villarreal is an Engineer at TOYOTA Motor North America R&D, working in Advanced Powertrain department for Model Based Development and Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE). His industrial experience involves projects for Hybrid Vehicles at TOYOTA.
When: Wednesday October 21, 2020 @ 2 PM to 3PM EDT
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As a continuing commitment to provide our members and the associates with the most up to date industry related technical data, ASME Metro Detroit Chapter Is sponsoring a Virtual event via Zoom. It will show how using 3D printers can produce high strength production ready parts saving money, time and reducing the gap between design and manufacturing.
Gary Reed, sales engineer with Addy Machinery, who is a distributor of the Markforged 3D printer line, will be giving the presentation.
Why 3D Printing?
Learn how to harness the power of 3D printing for your industry. This isn’t the future — it’s today. Companies use 3D printed parts throughout the product development lifecycle, from prototype to production, assembly jigs to aftermarket support. They’re in factories, on shop floors — even under the hood.
What information will be covered?
This event will demonstrate how 3D printing is among the leading tools of today, driving innovation and making the world go. Find more information on Addy Machinery here https://www.addymachinery.com/
Note: all attendees are eligible for a Professional Development Certificate showing (1) PDH hour of credit. If you require this please indicate your request on the registration form in the space provided.
Join the Engineering Society of Detroit (ESD) and its Affiliate Council for a unique event as professionals representing 100+ ESD Affiliated Technical Societies come together to honor and recognize its leaders – engineers, scientists and technical professionals who have distinguished themselves through outstanding achievement and service within their respective Societies.
Complimentary to ESD members and the Affiliate Society community.
Register here: https://www.esd.org/programs/goldaward/
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Dear Section Members:
You are invited to ASME's virtual town-hall discussion that will further the visibility of the LGBTQ community. In this interactive session Jacky Vy-Chau, Senior Manager at Boeing, will share about working with Boeing, and the importance of diversity and inclusion during this historic Pride Month.
Date: Thursday, June 25th
Time: 5:00 PM EDT
About Jacky-Vy Chau: Boeing engineer who serves as Senior Manager for Electrical Design. During his 14-year career at Boeing, Jacky-Vy has led teams to develop business plans, best practices, and design tool and systems integration. He is also a key member of Boeing’s LGBTQ inclusion community.
The Detroit Metro Section is inviting ASME engineering professionals to consider sharing their industrial expertise by participating in an one hour speaking engagement at one of their 2020 events. All speakers would be compensated for mileage and any other expenses incurred with prior authorization.
Ownership of the compostions developed would remain with the author/speaker and would not be used at any other ASME functions without written permission of the writer. It would be a chance to demonstrate, at an event with your peers, the wisdom you have gained by the application of your knowledge and industry experience. Further it is an opportunity to gain notarity and have a documented validation of your industry know-how that can be used to enhance career opportunities with your current or future employers.
Below is a list of pertinent technical categories that one could consider to develop a technical paper within (if something else comes to mind please mention it in your response to this request):
Please respond to:
Chuck Stahl, ASME Metro Chapter Chair
Email (preferred): firstname.lastname@example.org
Cell Ph: 248-515-2750