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2002-09-30
Award
This award annually recognizes an SAE member whose innovative design is described in an SAE paper or whose lifetime of accomplishment is judged to be a significant achievement in automotive engineering.
2002-08-28
Award
History of the L. SP 1650LecturerVern Caron, Caron Engineering Inc.TopicCommercial Vehicle Electronics DesignPresented2001 Truck & Bus Meeting & Exhibition & 2002 SAE World CongressSponsorArvinMeritor Inc.ChairKatherine Cockey, GM NA Engineering2000LecturerRonald Ziebell, Oshkosh Truck Corp.Topic'Commercial Use of Military Truck Technology'Presented2000 Truck & Bus Meeting & 2001 SAE World CongressChairMike Essi, Dana Corporation1999LecturerPeter Kanefsky; Valerie A. * No longer available, excep
2002-12-12
Award
Nomination Deadline: January 1 Description This award provides for an annual lecture that deals with automotive ground vehicles for either on or off-road operation in either commercial or military service. L. Ray Buckendale, 1946 SAE President, by his character and work, endeared himself to all who were associated with him. Sponsorship of the lecture is rotated among companies within the commercial vehicle industry. The Award This award, established in 1953, is administered by the L. Call for Pa
2002-12-10
Award
Arch T. Award Description This award annually recognizes the authors of papers of outstanding technical or professional merit presented at a meeting of the Society or any of its sections during the calendar year. Papers are judged primarily for their value as new contributions to existing knowledge of mobility engineering. Other Information Mr. This award, established in 1965, is administered by the Arch T. Colwell Merit Award Board. It consists of a certificate and is presented during the SAE W
2002-12-10
Award
Nomination Deadline: December 16Nomination Form Description This award recognizes a unique and outstanding contribution over a period of time to the work of the technical committees under the SAE Technical Standards Board in developing standards, specifications, technical reports, and data through cooperative research. The medal was named in honor of Arch T. The Award This award, established in 1976, is administered by the SAE Technical Standards Board. Rules* Recipients 1986 Richard H. This is
2004-01-01
Award
2002-04-29
Award
Distinguished Younger Member Award Description The Award Recipients Terry D. Day, Stephen F. Homcha and Rollie W. Peter 1986 Robert Farrand, Daniel Ludwig, Barbara Philippopoulos and Scott Shadle 1987 Douglas G. Bayerlein, Beth Kerney, Mark L. Pedrazzi and Douglas W. Wachtel 1988 Michael D. Madley, Cynthia H. Myers, Jack M. Sleeman and Lisa Stabler 1989 Kenneth A. Loewenthal, David A. Homan, Jane M. Grimshaw and Michael F. Weber 1990 Craig A. Kroeger, Louisa M. Warren, Thomas E. Austin and Dean
2015-09-21
Award
With more than 60 awards, the SAE International Awards program offers a wide variety of opportunities to recognize engineers, educators, and industry leaders for their contributions across the automotive, aerospace, and commercial vehicle industries.
2005-01-28
Award
2003-03-14
Award
This award recognizes the accomplishments of an individual to promote the environmental vision of SAE within and outside the Society. It was established to meet the demands of the ever changing environmental challenges that face manufacturers, suppliers and professionals in the global transportation industry.
2002-11-26
Award
Environmental Excellence in Transportation (E2T) Award Nomination Form Nomination Deadline: December 1 Award Brochure*History of the AwardAward CriteriaAward Categories and DefinitionsReturn FormCategory SponsorsHighlights Developed by the Environmental Excellence in Transportation Award Committee part of the Sustainable Development Program Office (SDPO)Mr. John Connor, E2T Award Committee Chair, Ford Motor CompanyDr. Williams, SDPO Chair, General Motors CorporationDr. Robert J. Kainz, DaimlerCh
2002-11-14
Award
Education, Training and Public Awareness Awardees in this category must show originality in educating and training of people which results in significant environmental improvements to the usage and application of transportation. Mobile Energy and Emissions This award recognizes innovations in fuel source, fuel savings, CO2 reduction and energy use reduction in transportation. Noise Management Innovations Awardees in this category must make significant achievements in reducing noise or improving
2002-10-25
Award
SAE Delco Electronics Intelligent Transportation Systems Award Nomination Deadline: November 15Nomination Form Description This award recognizes the profound impact that Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) will have on mobility in the 21st century. It may also recognize the author or authors of the best paper relating to the invention, design, construction, or operation of vehicle-related equipment or systems operating within an ITS context. The Award This award, established in 1996, is fun
2002-06-21
Award
SAE's Detroit Section recently established a special award to commemorate the life of industry leader, Gary Dickinson. Dickinson played a major role in the development of A World In Motion: Challenges 2 and 3 for middle school students as the Chairman of the Vision 2000 Advisory Committee. If you would like to submit an application or receive supporting materials for the Gary Dickinson Award for Teaching Excellence, please contact Darlene Geweth, SAE Educational Relations, at (724)772-8513 or em
2000-10-18
Award
Environmental Excellence in Transportation (E2T) Award Award Criteria This may be supported by patents, peer reviewed research papers and other accepted indications of original work. that the achievement has demonstrated favorable environmental impact. To support this criteria, the awardee must show what was the state before the innovation and what was the state after the innovation was applied. Accepted environmental impacts are those listed in the ISO 14042 standards. Favorable impacts may be
2000-10-18
Award
For some time SAE working groups involved in the Environmental Activity and in the development and planning of the Total Life Cycle Conference have believed that there should be recognition for outstanding achievements in the areas of environmental sustainability and life cycle. In a world of constantly increasing transportation demands, there are dedicated people who create the tools, devices and methods necessary tomake the transportation industry the world's leader in keeping our environment
2003-04-21
Award
Please complete this form, print it out, and submit it by September of each calendar year to Michele Stefanchik, Administrative Assistant, Engineering Education Board, SAE International, 400 Commonwealth Drive, Warrendale, PA 15096-0001. Read our privacy policy. Nominated byNamePosition/TitleAffiliation/CompanyAddress CityState/ProvinceZip/Postal CodeTelephone NumberFax NumberEmail Signature:_____________________________Significant Contribution 1. How has the significance of the contribution bee
2002-04-29
Award
Outstanding Younger Member Award Description The Award John Casker
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