Professor Inasaki, Dean of the Faculty of Science and Technology of Keio University was elected as a Fellow of SME
Updated July 11, 2005
Professor Ichiro Inasaki (System Design Engineering), Dean of the Faculty of Science and Technology was elected as a Fellow of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME). SME, headquartered in Michigan, U.S.A., is the world's leading resource - both people and information - to advance manufacturing knowledge. Since it was formed in 1932, SME has worked to make engineers, companies, educators and others successful in their quest to advance the manufacturing industries.
A Fellow of SME is a member recognized by the manufacturing community as a contributor to the social, technological and educational aspects of the profession. This is a distinctive and prestigious honor that can only be earned through years of dedication and service to manufacturing engineering. The total number in the SME College of Fellows shall be limited to 1% of the voting members of SME. Fellow status carries a lifetime membership in SME, and may use the initials FSME (signifying “Fellow, Society of Manufacturing Engineers”). The 2005 Fellows installation ceremony is scheduled for November, 2005, in Dearborn, Michigan.
Professor Inasaki acquired another laurels of FSME, after the honor of the Taylor Research Medal in June 2005.
Professor Inasaki, Dean of the Faculty of Science and Technology, at the conferment ceremony for the Taylor Research Medal at SME