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Ismail Fidan ’96
Fidan Named SME Outstanding Young Engineer

The Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) awarded its 2003 Outstanding Young Manufacturing Engineer Award to Ismail Fidan ’96, in recognition of his contributions to the electronics manufacturing field in optimization, rework, and process control. He received the award during SME’s 2003 annual meeting in Dearborn, Mich., May 31.

Fidan is assistant professor of manufacturing and industrial technology at Tennessee Tech University. He has received research grants from NASA and the National Science Foundation and has published 30 papers on electronics manufacturing. He is associate editor of the IEEE Transactions on Electronics Packaging Manufacturing, editorial board member of the Journal of Industrial Technology, and management committee member of the IEEE International Electronics Manufacturing Technology Symposium.

Fidan is the recipient of the 2002 Technology Award from the Institute for Technological Scholarship and the 2001 Outstanding Professor Award from the National Association of Industrial Technology.

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