Join us for our 2014-2015 Kickoff Meeting...
Tour of Rudolph Technologies Facilities...
Rudolph Technologies, Inc. is a world leader in the production of equipment and software used for defect detection and data analysis in the microelectronics manufacturing industry. Their products provide critical yield-enhancing information, enabling manufacturers to drive down the costs and time to market of their products.
They will provide an overview of how they
use 3D printing for fast-paced engineering development and
manufacturing, and some insight into the world of measurement and
inspection at the micron, nanometer and even angstrom scales.
Of Interest to Our Members...
Congrats to the New Officers for the 2014-15 Section year! Meet them on the Contacts page.
New Career Opportunities are posted on our JOBS page. Check them out, for yourself, or for a friend.
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.
AtriCure, a medical device company developing solutions for atrial fibrillation, has opened an R&D center in the Twin Cities. They are having an open house for the medtech technical community - engineers, scientists and technical leaders - so they can meet the community, share their vision and staff the operation. The open house will run from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM Thursday, Sep. 11th and include brief remarks from AtriCure President & CEO, Mike Carrel at 4:30 PM and 6:00 PM. AtriCure's office is located at 110 Cheshire Lane, Suite 100 in Minnetonka, MN
Please RSVP by contacting Alex Bryson at Abryson@heystacktalent.com Details at... https://www.lifesciencealley.org/events/community-events/atricure-opening-r-d-center,-open-house-for-technical-community.html
The St. Paul Soc. of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) is presenting a tour of PAR Systems in Oakdale on Wed., Sep 16th from 5:30 - 7:30 pm. ASME members are invited. Details at: http://i.sme.org/c172/events/eventdescription/?CalendarEventKey=1a9d83d7-ad45-4a44-b2e3-79eff0540a10
Engineers Without Borders (EWB-MN) is part
of an international humanitarian and development organization which
consists of 300 student and professional chapters. EWB tackles food,
water, health, and housing problems in developing communities. The
Minnesota Chapter currently has two active projects: the Guatemala
Project, and the Honduras Project. They are both water distribution
projects, which is the chapter's specialty. They are however,
looking to diversify into structural, waste management, and
renewable energy projects. They will hold their monthy Chapter
meeting on Thursday August 28th at 6:30 at Vic's Restaurant in SE
Mpls. Contact Jonathan Chrastek at email@example.com for details.