Professor of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering and Director of the Intelligent Manufacturing Systems Centre, Waguih ElMaraghy, was recently selected as a fellow of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers’ (SME) College of Fellows. Dr. ElMaraghy was one of only seven individuals to receive this honour.
Dr. ElMaraghy was recognized by the manufacturing community and his peers in appreciation of his commitment to the advancement of professionalism, knowledge and learning in the international manufacturing community.
Dr. ElMaraghy says he is delighted to have been elected this year to be amongst this very select group.
“This recognition is extended to the excellent outstanding research and educational programs we have at the University of Windsor, through the Faculty of Engineering and the Intelligent Manufacturing Systems Centre (IMSC).”
Founded in 1932, SME is an organization for individuals, students, educators and companies involved in all facets of manufacturing. SME is dedicated to advancing and educating the manufacturing industry. This is accomplished through a variety of tactics and outlets including events, media, membership, training and development, and an education foundation.