ASME's Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) Division recognizes the outstanding achievements in the internal combustion engine field through its honors and awards program. Every year, ICEF hosts the Awards Dinner, this year sponsored by Aramco, where we recognize these remarkable individuals.
Click here for more information on the ICE awards or to complete a nomination packet. Special thanks to the numerous volunteers that serve on ICE's award committees. Without their expertise, time, and dedication, this would not be possible. Congratulations to all award recipients!
ASME SOCIETY AWARDS
The Internal Combustion Engine Award (ICE) recognizes eminent achievement or distinguished contribution over a substantial period of time, which may result from research, innovation, or education in advancing the art of engineering in the field of internal combustion engines; or in directing the efforts and accomplishments of those engaged in engineering practice in the design, development, application, and operation of internal combustion engines. In 1966, by bequest, the Diesel and Gas Engine Power Division established this award.
Jeffrey D. Naber, PhD
Richard & Elizabeth Henes Professor in Energy Systems
Mechanical Engineering - Engineering Mechanics Dept
Michigan Technological University
The ASME Dedicated Service Award honors unusual dedicated voluntary service to the Society marked by outstanding performance, demonstrated effective leadership, prolonged, and committed service, devotion, enthusiasm, and faithfulness.
Kalyan Srinivasan, PhD
University of Alabama
The ASME Committee of Past Presidents confers the Fellow grade of membership on worthy candidates to recognize their outstanding engineering achievements.
Sibendu Som, PhD
Director of the Center for Advanced Propulsion and Power Systems
Argonne National Laboratory
The ASME Internal Combustion Engine Division created this award to honor loyal service, guidance, leadership, and worthy contributions to the progress of the ICE Division.
Senior R&D Staff
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Christopher R. Stoos
Locomotive Technology Center
Southwest Research Institute
Dan E. Richardson
Global Power Cylinder Senior Technical Advisor
The ASME Internal Combustion Engine Division created this award to honor internal combustion engine related research and development that has been put into practice towards a commercial product developed by industry. This award is specifically created to recognize researchers in industry who have made tremendous contributions to the ICE community.
General Motors Research
Robert McDavid, Ph.D.
Engineering Manager-1, Combustion & Thermofluids Systems Research
Undergraduate Student Research Competition Presentations and Lunch
Monday, October 9 | 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
The ASME ICED undergraduate student research competition is an annual event inviting undergraduate researchers that have studied in the field of internal combustion engines, emissions systems, fuels and sprays, or carbon management. Up to two winning submissions are selected to deliver their presentations to a group of leading experts in the internal combustion engine field at the ASME ICE Forward Conference.
The two winning students will receive free conference registration for the conference along with paid travel and lodging expenses for the conference. Many of the past winners have made connections during the conference leading to recruitment for career and graduate school opportunities.
Georgia Southern University
Michigan-Shanghai Jiao Tong University Joint Institute Shanghai
Dr. Noah Van Dam
University of Massachusetts Lowell
Student Competition Chair
For the Most Valuable Technical Paper Contribution titled Control Oriented Reduced Order Modelling of Conversion Efficiency in Dual Layer Washcoat Catalysts with Accumulation and Oxidation Functions at the 2022 ASME ICE Forward Conference, October 16 – 19, 2022.
Benjamín Pla Moreno
Universitat Politècnica de València
CMT - Clean Mobility & Thermofluids
Enrique José Sanchis
For the Excellent Presentation of Technical Paper titled Application of Modal Decomposition Techniques to Characterize the Internal Nozzle Flow of a Medium-Duty Diesel Injector Operating with Gasoline-Like Fuels at the 2022 ASME ICE Forward Conference, October 16-19, 2022.
Katherine J. Asztalos
Argonne National Laboratory
Best Student Presentation
For the Excellent Presentation of Technical Paper titled Temperature Dependent Removal Efficiency of Crankcase Emission Control Devices at the 2022 ASME ICE Forward Conference, October 16 – 19, 2022.