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PRESENTATION OF ENGINEERING CONCEPTS

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

It's your time to give a technical presentation. Do you know your audience? What are their expectations? What's the most effective way to present your information? Do you wish you knew more about PowerPoint?

Get the answers you need as Robin Roberts shares his expertise with you.

For forty years Robbin Roberts has designed and developed hundreds of mechanical devices, instruments & test systems for use in the consumer, computer, medical, aerospace and automotive industries. He is considered to be a local area design expert and implementation engineer. Robbin captures the design intent using SolidWorks and CAD models, then conveys them to the engineering team for project execution. Quite often his photorealistic images are used by the internal marketing, sales, manufacturing and service organizations as well.

Get full meeting details and registration information here: http://engineeringconcepts.bpt.me/

 




ASME-MN is pleased to announce the selection of the Cooke Rotary Snow Plow in Duluth as a designated ASME Landmark.  A formal ceremony for the unveiling of the plaque will take place at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum on Thursday, April 16th at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum.  Admission to the museum will be free and refreshments served.  The official invitation is here, along with RSVP instructions:  Additional information on the plow and the museum are available at:

https://www.asme.org/about-asme/news/asme-news/oldest-rotary-snow-plow-named-landmark

http://www.lsrm.org/Home/index.html

And a request:  The event's distinguished speaker, Dr. Goldstein will be needing a ride back to Minneapolis immediately following the ceremony, if anyone can provide this help, please so indicate in your RSVP message.



The University of Minnesota’s Medical Devices Center (part of the Institute for Engineering in Medicine), the College of Science and Engineering, and the Academic Health Center presents the 14th Annual Design of Medical Devices Conference, April 13-16, 2015. The world's largest medical device conference will be held at The Commons Hotel & McNamara Alumni Center, located on the University of Minnesota Twin Cities Campus. Registration is now open. Details at: http://www.dmd.umn.edu.


Join the April 23 Gilruth Tribute Celebration featuring Kennedy Space Center Director Robert Cabana, who will lead the tribute to U of M alumnus Robert Gilruth (1913 – 2000), the Father of America’s Human Space Flight program. This exciting event at TCF Bank Stadium precedes Mr. Gilruth’s induction into the Minnesota Aviation Hall of Fame on April 25.

The celebration will honor the region’s innovation legacy and the many Minnesotans who helped take America into space. Celebrate one of the most amazing stories in our State of Innovation and grow our legacy by supporting a new generation of learners. http://www.airspacemn.org/gilruth-tribute-celebration1


This fall, ASME-MN and the University of Minnesota-Duluth ("UMD") presented the Frank P. Vinella Mechanical Engineering Scholarship to two current mechanical engineering students at UMD: Joseph Lofgren and Dylan Mattson.  Mr. Vinella, who recently passed away, was a long time supporter and volunteer for ASME-MN, as well as a past chair, and greatly contributed to the engineering community here in Minnesota.


LinkedIn members now have a new option to keep updated on ASME-MN meetings. Join the ASME-MN Group on LinkedIn by logging on to your account, click on the GROUPS tab near the top of the screen, search for ASME MN, and finally, click on the JOIN GROUP button.