SAE International

SAE International, formerly the Society of Automotive Engineers, is a US-based organization for engineering professionals in the aerospace, automotive, and commercial vehicle industries. The Society coordinates the development of technical standards based on best practices identified and described by SAE committees and task forces comprising engineering professionals in the relevant fields. SAE International has over 120,000 members globally. Membership is granted to individuals, not through companies. Aside from standards development SAE International also devotes resources to projects and programs in STEM education, professional certification, and collegiate design competitions.

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Louis Schwitzer Award
... The award has been presented annually since 1967 by The Indiana Section of SAE International in honor of early racing pioneer and past Indiana Section Chairman Louis Schwitzer ... The award winner is selected by a committee consisting of the Indiana Section of SAE International members, and Indy Racing League technical officials ... SAE International also provides a $1,000 scholarship to the engineering school of the winner's choice, and doubles the scholarship amount if the winner was a past Formula SAE participant ...
SAE International - Publications
... SAE International has been publishing technical information since 1906 ... monthly include Automotive Engineering International,Aerospace Engineering and Manufacturing,Off Highway Engineering, Truck Bus Engineering,SAE Vehicle Engineering, e-newsletters, Momentum ... SAE also produces the monthly Update newsletter for its members and publishes more than 100 books a year in print and electronic formats ...

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