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    Mtech Director Peter Sandborn Elected ASME Fellow

    Mtech Director Peter Sandborn Elected ASME Fellow

    Mtech Director Peter Sandborn
    Mtech Director Peter Sandborn

    Mtech Director and Mechanical Engineering Professor Peter Sandborn was elected as an American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Fellow, a distinction awarded to ASME members who have made significant engineering achievements.


    Sandborn was recognized for his contributions in the life-cycle cost modeling for systems field that “have been particularly instrumental in refocusing significant portions of the systems community to include a view of the system life cycle within their design and strategic planning activities,” according to ASME’s fellow citation. “It is nice to be recognized by my peers for the contributions I have made,” Sandborn said. “I hope that I can continue to contribute to the mechanical engineering community in the future.” 

    Sandborn joined ASME 12 years ago when he became a mechanical engineering professor in the department. Over 3,000 ASME members have attained the membership grade of fellow. To learn more, visit the ASME Fellows website.

    For additional information about Sandborn’s research, visit his personal webpage.

    August 13, 2013


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