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Dr. Jaime A. Camelio who has been selected to receive the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) 2007 Outstanding Young Manufacturing Engineer Award.

The Society of Manufacturing Engineers has selected Jamie A. Camelio, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering-engineering mechanics, as one of only 13 recipients of its 2007 Outstanding Young Manufacturing Engineer Award. The award is conferred "in recognition of his significant achievements and leadership in the field of manufacturing as a young engineer."

"Dr. Camelio has done outstanding work in the field of assembly," said Professor John W. Sutherland, who nominated Camelio for the award.

Camelio's work focuses on predicting variations in assembly processes. He has also published award-winning papers in international journals, including the Society of Manufacturing Engineers' Journal of Engineering, and has been a reviewer for several other journals.

Nominees for the award must be manufacturing engineers under the age of 35.

The Society of Manufacturing Engineers works to bring manufacturing engineers together to advance knowledge and to promote increased awareness of the value of manufacturing.

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01/27/2006