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SES 2017 - Abstract Submission open

The 2017 SES Annual Conference will take place at Northeastern University from July 25-28, 2017.

The conference organizers have now opened the ABSTRACT SUBMISSION. More information on tracks and symposia is available at http://www.northeastern.edu/ses2017/track-topics/

Society of Engineering Science - 2018 Medal and Fellow Nominations

The Society of Engineering Science oversees several awards and honors to members and eminent scholars of the field. A total of five medals are offered on an annual basis as well as election to Fellow grade of the Society. 

Please visit the website http://ses.egr.uh.edu/honors-awards/honors-awards for detailed information and electronic versions of the nomination forms. For further information contact Thomas Siegmund (siegmund@purdue.edu).    

SES Fellows Nominations

Society of Engineering Science - 2017 Medalists and Fellows

The Board of Directors of the Society of Engineering Science is pleased to announce the names of the 2017 Medalists and newly elected Fellows.

2017 SES Young Investigator Medals:

Award Nominations open for Society for Engineering Science

The Society of Engineering Science oversees several awards and honors to members and eminent scholars of the field. A total of five medals are offered on an annual basis as well as election to Fellow grade of the Society. 

Please visit the website http://ses.egr.uh.edu/node/8 for detailed information and electronic versions of the nomination forms.

SES Fellows Nominations

The Society of Engineering Science Establishes the James R. Rice Medal

On behalf of the 2015 Board of Directors of the Society of Engineering Science (SES), I am pleased to announce the establishment of a new SES award: The James R. Rice Medal. The creation of the new award is motivated by the recognition that while several societies, including the SES, have young-investigator awards as well as others that primarily (although not exclusively) target senior scientists, there are relatively few that are suitable for those who are in the typical mid-career age of 40-55. The award, named after Professor James R.

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