Azarm Named ASME Division Chair

Azarm Named ASME Division Chair

Azarm Named ASME Division Chair

Prof. Shapour Azarm
Prof. Shapour Azarm

Professor Shapour Azarm has begun his tenure as chair of the Design Engineering Division (DED) of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), serving through June 2007. DED is one of the largest divisions of ASME with more than 36,000 members and 12 technical committees. It sponsors or co-sponsors five ASME transactions journals. DED also sponsors the International Design Engineering Technical Conferences (IDETC); a significant number of sessions in the International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition (IMECE), and is a major contributor to the National Manufacturing Week Conference that is held annually in Chicago.

DED seeks to develop, promote, encourage and support its members and technical committees in their quest for technical excellence and professional success in their respective field. DED also works to provide necessary processes and mechanisms to spawn new initiatives and identify emerging technologies through technical meetings, publications, and member interest activities.

During his tenure, Azarm hopes "to be forward looking and embrace change while simultaneously keeping in sight the things the Division has historically done well."

September 11, 2006


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