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Edward Lumsdaine

发布人:吴璠发布时间:2016/03/28

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Creative Problem Solving and TRIZ in Engineering Design Process.

Dr. Edward Lumsdaine, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, PhD, FASME, FRSA

This keynote address will concentrate on the role of creativity and TRIZ in engineering design process.

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Name:Edward Lumsdaine

Title:Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Michigan Technological University

Address:Michigan Technological University, Houghton, Michigan 49931-1295

Phone (906) 487-2977;  Fax (906) 487-2822

E-mail: lumsdain@mtu.edu;  

Website: www.InnovationToday.biz

Professional Career Summary

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University Administration and Teaching:  As Dean of Engineering at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, Dr. Lumsdaine established several successful programs with industry: he led the development of  a  CAD/CAM/robotics laboratory, a quality research center, and a new M.S. program in Manufacturing Systems Engineering. At the University of Toledo, he developed a faculty development program in teaching excellence and a product quality research institute. At Michigan Tech, he has been involved in curriculum restructuring and teaching in the area of capstone (conceptual) design, creative problem solving, entrepreneurship and innovation, and he has co-authored several books on these subjects. As visiting professor on sabbatical, he assisted in the start-up of the Institute for Enterprise and Innovation (UNIEI) in the School of Business at the University of Nottingham (November 1999-June 2000). As special professor of business, he assisted in strategic planning for the UNIEI and teaches innovation and entrepreneurship courses in England, Singapore, and Malaysia. In 1994, he won the Chester F. Carlson Award for innovation in engineering education from ASEE/Xerox.

Research Activities:  Dr. Lumsdaine spent two summers at JPL/Cal Tech and conducted research at the NASA-Langley transonic compressor facility. He was principal investigator on 17 research grants. His work has resulted in over 100 publications in professional journals in the fields of heat transfer, fluid mechanics, turbomachinery, aeroacoustics, solar energy, energy conservation, teaching with computers, applications of Taguchi methods (robust design), and student thinking styles. At NASA he also conducted research on reducing retreating blade stall in helicopter rotors using tandem blades. 

Service and Consulting:  Dr. Lumsdaine has served as NSF reviewer and as consultant to many companies and lectured overseas for the National Academy of Sciences, UNESCO, and the U.S. Information Service. He has taught as visiting professor in Taiwan, Egypt, and Qatar. He taught math review (noise and vibrations) to engineers in industry. He developed the Math/Science Saturday Academy program for secondary school students, and they teach creative problem solving, teambuilding, as well as entrepreneurship and/innovation workshops (using the HBDI thinking styles assessment) in many organizations in the U.S. and abroad (including Korea and South Africa). As management consultant at Ford Motor Company (while on leave from Michigan Tech), he obtained a $3.2 million economic development high-tech job-training grant from the State of Michigan in 1996 and several follow-on grants totaling $3.5 million from Ford Motor Company since then.

(1)Full-time two years,  consultant  nine more year  (2) Full-time one year, consultant ten more years

(1-4) All while on leave from Michigan Technological University

EDUCATION

B.S. in Mechanical Engineering (with honors), New Mexico State University, 1963

M.S. in Mechanical Engineering, New Mexico State University, 1964

Doctor of Science, New Mexico State University, 1966

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

Past membership:

ASTM, NSP, AAHE, AIAA (Assoc. Fellow); ASES (American Solar Energy Society, Board 1984-1989)

Current membership:

ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers), Life Fellow

ASEE (American Society of Engineering Education); chairman of 1992 Annual Conference

RSA (The Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures & Commerce, UK), Fellow

ACA (American Creativity Association)

GLOBAL Professional Activities

Visiting Professor, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt, March – April 1974

Visiting Professor, Tatung Institute of Technology, Taipei, R.O.C., September 1978

Steering Committee, Energy and Development Workshop, Costa Rica, National Academy of Sciences, 1979

UNESCO Expert Consultant to Cairo University, December 1979 to January 1980

Lecture Tour to Costa Rica, Brazil, Colombia, Egypt, Abu Dhabi, India, Australia, and New Zealand, sponsored by the U.S. Information Service (USIS), February to April 1981

Lecture Tour to Argentina, June 1981 and Brazil, September 1981 (part USIS-sponsored)

Chairman, National Organizing Committee, 1982 Passive Solar Conference (ASES)

Visiting Professor, Qatar University, Doha, Qatar, February to April 1983

Editorial Board, International Journal of Energy Systems (IASTED), 1983 to 1993

Teaching workshops and lecturing in the US, Taiwan, Singapore, and England, 1995 to present

Visiting Professor, Institute for Enterprise and Innovation, University of Nottingham, UK (11/99 to 6/00).

Special Professor of Business, UNIEI, University of Nottingham, UK (July 2001-present)

New Mexico State University: Alumni Advisory Committee, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, since 2004

AWARDS

1994 Chester F. Carlson Award for innovation in engineering education from ASEE/Xerox.

Best paper award, Taguchi Symposium in 1987 (with co-author Dr. John Cherng) for work on a disk brake.

1994 Merl K. Miller Award from ASEE-CoEd (with co-author Dr. Wen Wu) for interactive computer software used in teaching heat transfer.

FULL-TIME TEACHING, RESEARCH, AND INDUSTRIAL EXPERIENCE

College of Engineering, Michigan Technological University, Houghton, Michigan 49931   (August 1997 to present).  Teaching fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, and heat transfer; development of new creative problem solving course for freshmen. Teaching senior invention and entrepreneurship seminar/projects course and module in the enterprise program. Teaching senior capstone design and supervising design project teams. Obtained $3.2 million grant from the State of Michigan Jobs Commission and $3.5 million from Ford Motor Company, as well as NCIIA grants. Co-investigator on an NSF grant to encourage entrepreneurship in rural communities.

The University of Nottingham Institute for Enterprise and Innovation, School of Business, Jubilee Campus, Nottingham NG8 1BB, UK   (November 1999 to present).  As visiting professor (November 1999 to June 2000) assisted in strategic planning and developing degree programs in entrepreneuring and innovation, as well as developing regional and international networks related to the mission of the Institute. Continuing development work and teaching entrepreneuring and innovation modules on a part-time basis (as special professor of business). Supervised two MBA theses.

Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, MI 48121  (October 1995 to present).  Management Consultant. Strategic planning, research, facilities/methods development, and instructor training and certification in the global C3P program, as Ford has adopted I-DEAS software for product design, engineering, manufacturing, and information management. Obtained $3.2 million State of Michigan Jobs Commission grant; directing a coalition of universities to train faculty for participating as instructors in this high-tech training program. Obtained additional grants to expand and modify the program and evaluate the results.

College of Engineering, Michigan Technological University, Houghton, Michigan 49931
(July 1993 to October 1995).  Dean of Engineering.  Administration: strategic planning, fund raising, working with alumni and industry; curriculum restructuring.  Supervised two Ph.D. students.  Research into assessment of student thinking preferences.  Teaching and software development: heat transfer and math review (in industry); creative problem solving classes and workshops in U.S. and abroad.

College of Engineering, The University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio 43606   (June 1988 to August 1993).  Dean of Engineering.  Administration: strategic planning for new facilities; planning for computer-based teaching; implemented and taught freshman course in creative problem solving (co-author of the textbook); raised funds.  Faculty enhancement program; curriculum restructuring.  Taught math review for engineers using computers; taught E.I.T. exam review, heat transfer and vibrations; did research into effective teaching and student retention versus thinking preference (HBDI).  Developed programs with area secondary schools for teachers and students.  Supervised one Ph.D. student.

School of Engineering, University of Michigan-Dearborn, Dearborn, Michigan 48128
(September  1982 to September 1988).  Dean of Engineering.  Administration, teaching, research, fund raising, industrial relations; curriculum development (including continuing education programs).  Development of CAD/CAM/Robotics laboratory and a Quality Research Center.  Supervised several M.S. students.

Energy, Environment and Resources Center, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 37916  (January 1981 to January 1983).  Director.  Administration, research, teaching, workshops.

New Mexico Solar Energy Institute, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM 88003
(September 1978 to January 1981).  Director.  Research, fundraising (federal  agencies and state government), design, administration, lectures, public relations, teaching, and assessment of solar programs.  Supervised three M.S. theses.

New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM 88003  (June 1977 to September 1978).  Professor of Mechanical Engineering; Research Engineer, Physical Science Laboratory, and Assistant Director, New Mexico Solar Energy Institute.  Teaching, research and testing in solar energy and energy conservation.

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 37916  (August 1972 to June 1977).  Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering: teaching and research in fluid flow and aeroacoustics.  Supervised six M.S. theses, two Ph.D. dissertations, and a three-year undergraduate minorities research project with eight students.

College of Engineering, South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD 57006   (September 1967 to August 1972).  Assistant/Associate Professor.  Teaching and research in heat transfer, fluid flow (boundary layer control) and applied math.  Supervised one Ph.D. and eight M.S. Ph.D. students.

The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington   (July 1966 to August 1967, Summer 1968).  Research Engineer, Technical Specialist: design of nacelle for “quiet” jet engine.

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