ASEI to have 34th national convention virtually

The American Society of Engineers of Indian Origin (ASEI) is hosting its 34th Annual National Convention with the theme Sustainable Technology Innovations (STI-2022)

Jan 14, 2022
Photo: Moderators and speakers at the Aerospace Symposium

The American Society of Engineers of Indian Origin (ASEI) is hosting its 34th Annual National Convention with the theme Sustainable Technology Innovations (STI-2022). The virtual convention will be held on January 15-16, 2022. 

The objective of this convention is to provide a forum to promote and share advancements related to the latest cutting-edge innovations and technologies across various engineering disciplines focusing on the theme. The convention is expected to be virtually attended by over 1000 professionals including scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs, and corporate leaders across the USA and globally. 

This two-day event with three conferences will feature keynotes and multiple interactive sessions with prominent business and technology leaders, scientists, media personalities, educators, policymakers, and investment bankers.

The convention will start with its first event on Jan. 15th at 11 am (EST)/8 am (PST) with an Aerospace Symposium, exploring trends and technologies around Space Tourism, Living on the Moon, Future of High-Speed Travel and Air Taxis.

The next day (Jan 16) starting at 11 am (EST)/8 am (PST) will feature a CXO Summit where the invited speakers will give talks on latest emerging trends, as well as the audience will be able to engage with them via CTO and CEO fireside chats and CIO panel. There will be an innovation and sustainability panel with speakers from across 3 continents.

The convention will have multiple interactive sessions led by over 30 deep subject matter experts providing information and insight on many topics related to the convention. The speakers include Former NASA Administrator Dr Michael D. Griffin, Supernal (Hyundai Urban Air Mobility) CEO Dr. Jaiwon Shin, The Boeing Company CTO Dr. Naveed Hussain, Dr. David Livingston of The Space Show, Supernal Flight Technology Head Dr Shreekant Agrawal, Astrox Corporation CEO Dr. Ajay Kothari, NASA Associate Administrator Dr Bhavya Lal, Mr. MR Rangaswami who is the Founder of Sand Hill Group & Indiaspora, Ms. Sandy Carter who is SVP of Unstoppable Domains (ex Amazon, Ex-IBM), Tekion CEO Jay Vijayan -CEO, Juniper Networks CTO Dr. Raj Yavatkar, Fremont Mayor Lily Mei, Johnson Electric CIO Raman Mehta and Dr Priti Parikh, Associate Professor, University College London, UK.

Photo: Speakers and panelists at the Leadership Talks, CIO Panel and CXO Summit

There will be a Youth Technology Exposition (YTE) for young scientists and students from High School to Undergrad engineering during this virtual ASEI National Convention. The objective of the YTE is to provide a forum for young engineers, students and budding scientists to showcase their projects in science, engineering and technology topics that can have an impact on our world. Each participant will get a chance to speak while showing their work for a total of 4 minutes. The top 5 entries will be shortlisted as finalists for a live virtual presentation at ASEI National Convention on January 15th.
The Convention will also announce the annual ASEI awards for following categories:

ASEI Lifetime Achievement
ASEI Entrepreneur of the Year
ASEI Engineers/Scientists of Year
ASEI Service Excellence
ASEI Founder’s Award sponsored by family of ASEI Founder Hari Bindal
The ASEI is a not-for-profit organization that provides a platform for networking, career advancement, community service, mentoring and technology exchange for Indian origin professionals, students and businesses in the United States and abroad. ASEI was founded in 1983 in Detroit, Michigan. Today, the organization also has chapters in Southern California, Silicon Valley, Seattle, and Washington, DC. For more information, visit:


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