[asme-dtm] [DTM Posting] NSF ESD/SYS Program Workshop & Grantees Meeting, Jan 20-22, 2017

  • From: Katherine Fu <katherine.fu@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: asme-dtm@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 12 Dec 2016 10:49:26 -0500

DTM community members,
Please see the attached announcement for the upcoming NSF ESD/SYS Program 
Workshop and Grantees Meeting, courtesy of Roger Jiao.  Don’t forget to 
register!

Best,
Kate

Secretary
Design Theory and Methodology Technical Committee
ASME Design Engineering Division

——————————
Kate Fu, PhD (she, her, hers)

Assistant Professor
Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Design (joint)
Director of the Engineering Design Research Lab (EDRL)
http://edrl.gatech.edu ;<http://edrl.gatech.edu/>
Georgia Institute of Technology
MRDC 4508

Email: kfu@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:kfu@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Office: (404) 385-3810
Skype: katherine.k.fu

 
Subject: NSF ESD/SYS Program Workshop and Grantees Meeting, January 20-22, 
2017, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 
http://nsfworkshop.gatech.edu/ ;<http://nsfworkshop.gatech.edu/>
 
NSF ESD/SYS Program Workshop and Grantees Meeting: Future Directions in 
Engineering Design and Systems Engineering
 
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA; January 20-22, 2017
NSFworkshop.gatech.edu <http://nsfworkshop.gatech.edu/>
 
This workshop will provide a forum for researchers in the fields of 
Engineering Design and Systems Engineering to discuss important topics that 
are beyond the scope typically addressed by individual investigators at 
conferences.  In addition, the workshop will offer junior researchers and 
current NSF grantees from the Engineering and Systems Design (ESD) 
<https://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=13340&org=CMMI&from=home
and Systems Science (SYS) 
<https://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=504788&org=CMMI&from=home
programs, the opportunity to showcase their research work in poster sessions 
and to receive feedback from their peers and NSF program directors.
 
“It will be a premier networking opportunity where you can really have an 
impact on the future of your research field and community.”
 
Program: http://nsfworkshop.gatech.edu/agenda ;
<http://nsfworkshop.gatech.edu/agenda>
01/20: Address by NSF program director and overview of ESD/SYS programs
01/21: Meet-the-Program-Director Session for Junior Faculty
 
Online Registration: 
http://nsfworkshop.gatech.edu/registration-payment/payment ;
<http://nsfworkshop.gatech.edu/registration-payment/payment>  
 
Venue & Accommodation: http://nsfworkshop.gatech.edu/venue ;
<http://nsfworkshop.gatech.edu/venue>
 
Contact:
Roger Jiao (rjiao@xxxxxxxxxx <mailto:rjiao@xxxxxxxxxx>)
Seung-Kyum Choi (schoi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:schoi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>)
School of Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology,
813 Ferst Drive, Atlanta, GA 30332-0405

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