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Asmee is the podcast for untold stories of women. Asmee which is taken from Sanskrit "Aham Asmee", meaning I am - this stands for the confident girl whose story we are ready to share and tell, to inspire other women.
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ASME's Unconventional Engineering

ASME's Unconventional Engineering

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ASME's Executive Director/CEO Tom Costabile welcomes guests from across the world of mechanical engineering to discover the interesting and unconventional ways they are using their skills to advance engineering for the benefit of humanity.
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Mars has been a longstanding target for exploration, but for nearly 50 years, we've been sending robots to examine the Martian surface. Elizabeth Jens of Jet Propulsion Laboratory is one of the engineers working on systems used by the Perseverance rover and other missions. In this podcast, she talks about her work and the importance of encouraging …
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Mechanical Engineering magazine's June/July cover story delves into the minds of early career engineers to hear their diverse stories, from humble beginnings to great achievements, and how they're paving the way forward for future engineering generations. In this sneak preview, we hear from Amy Elliott about her work in 3D printing and robotics at …
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Identifying, training, and retaining talent continues to be a challenge for all fields of engineering. At the same time, diversifying the mix of engineering graduates to include more underrepresented groups is critical. Historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs), minority serving institutions (MSIs), tribal colleges and universities, and …
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Homemakers voices have been subdued from a long time. There have been various discussion on safeguarding the rights of our homemakers in India. But have they done enough? Should homemakers also get salary ? Do they have other rights on property and other assets too? Many questions are still left unanswered, women in the name of becoming homemakers …
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Modern astrology is a myth or actual science? We have been following moons and stars since ancient days but does the modern twist to astrology makes it relevant for today's era? Is it ok to check what is way forward through horrorscopes? Many questions like these occur in our mind, but people do read their sun signs and connect to it. Hear it from …
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Artificial intelligence isn’t just for faking voices or generating images. The technology can also sift through mountains of data and extract actionable insights. Humberto Moreira, principal solutions engineer at the software development services company Gigster, explains how these insights can assist manufacturers become more flexible and be more …
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As fitness industry is booming, more and more women are going to gym. But unfortunately, half cooked knowledge and myths about women's body is doing more harm than good to people. In this interesting episode, we have spoken to Miss Karnataka Physique, Neha Prabhakar, who has also represented India on an international stage in Asian Championship and…
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When it comes to research and development, engineers lead the way across a wide range of industries. But when it’s time to translate cutting-edge research and prototypes into commercial applications and technologies, the process can be quite complex. Paul Cherukuri helps shed some light on that process, from strategies to challenges to real-world e…
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Women by far have been earning well but their finances gets managed by their husbands, brothers or fathers. It is high time that we take the control in our hands. In this podcast we are sharing with you some basic tips on how to manage your savings, how to curtail your expenses and how to have a healthy financial future. We will take you through st…
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One crucial element to charting how technology will continue to evolve is the ability to remain objective. With decades of experience in manufacturing, automotive and the tech sector, Shauna McIntyre provides a unique perspective on the topic, in particular how engineers can play a pivotal role in bringing about innovation.…
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Iti Rawat is not a relationship expert, but she speaks her mind off. In this reality check of today's growing unhealthy and fast forward relationship, she shares the concepts of what can make you stay longer. If you are someone looking for long lasting relationship, hear this podcast on relationship advices that noone has ever told you before. You …
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"Relationship these days are not meant to be for long term", told my friend one day. But yet we all yearn for the the long term relationships. Heartbreaks are hard to deal with and we understand loneliness is even harder. With the life of stress, anxiety and uncertainty, how do we deal with something we take absolutely "for granted". Iti Rawat has …
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Women started working back in 1970s in India, with the growth of double income households India economy also flourished well. Society now realises the worth and power of working women. But not all is hunky dorky - after struggle of 40 years also women are contributing only 20-30% in the workforce in India, (most of the them not even registered). On…
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Mental health issues are the most ignored one in India, but is also spreading like epidemic with more than 14% of Indians facing mental health disorders of some kind. Basic anxiety, clinical depression, multiple personality disorders, bipolar syndrome or mania, the mental health disorder can be anything between normal to serious conditions. But the…
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WEFT Foundation and Asmee podcast supports domestic violence victims. Under Red Dot initiative we rescue and reinstate the lives of the domestic violence victims and through Project Samanta we also create financial independence for them. Asmee is featuring the untold stories of women who have remained silent or have been told to remain silent. Henc…
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Tina Chhabra a Project Manager in MNC was a fashion lover. She loved to style herself and she looks gorgeous. Behind all what world was meant to be for her, something else was cooking - a journey which she never imagined she would take. Tina Chhabra turned famous in just 6 months, gathered millions of views on her instagram reels and thousands of f…
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Asmee present to you the untold story of women. This story of many entrepreneurs who do down the hill before making it big. Shweta Thakur, Founder of Wildermart, shares her own entrepreneurial journey's ups and downs. She founded Graffitti in 2011, a marketing agency for 10 years before getting in conscious and organic food with Winderfest. She rai…
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In a year that started to feel like “normal,” technology and the engineers behind it were a big part of the story. Listen as the staff of Mechanical Engineering magazine discuss their picks for the top engineering stories of 2023 in this special year-end edition of ASME TechCast.
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Creating a startup isn’t for the faint of heart. Armed with her engineering background and a determination to help women, Ana Kraft founded Xena Workwear, which seeks to outfit women with PPE designed just for them. With no experience in the footwear industry, Ana faced an uphill climb to say the least. She recently sat down with Tom and Katlyn to …
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A program called Space Workforce 2030 is seeking to bring in a new generation of engineers that is more diverse and talented than ever. It will significantly increase the number of women and underrepresented groups not only in the workforce, but also across aerospace engineering programs and senior company leadership. Via Van Liew, principal direct…
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An often-overlooked source of air pollution is the household kitchen, especially those that use gas ranges and ovens. The environmental advocacy group WEACT for Environmental Justice recently conducted a study to look at the impact of switching out gas stoves for induction cooktops in New York City public housing. Jennifer Ventrella, a doctoral stu…
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Moving from a technical role into a management position is difficult to navigate. Engineers find themselves in uncharted waters. Jeff Perry, founder of More Than Engineering is a software, mechanical, and manufacturing engineer. For years he has been working with engineers and helping them map out the necessary skills for becoming a quality leader …
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In New York City, Local Law 97 is pushing owners of large buildings to take steps to reduce carbon emissions and improve energy efficiency. Tristan Schwartzman, principal and director of energy services at Goldman Copeland, a New York-based engineering firm, discusses the impact of the law and the steps being taken to prepare buildings in the city …
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Instilling a passion for STEM in the youth is essential to ensuring a constant pipeline of talent that will help solve the world’s problems. In this episode, Tom and co-host Karen Russo caught up with STEM Ambassador Jay Flores about his engineering journey and the exciting things he’s involved in. Jay has taken up the mantle of helping to inspire …
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Mechanical Engineering magazine’s October/November cover story dives into the engineering feats and solutions that brought NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope to its current home, orbiting the sun about 1 million miles away from Earth. Author Lina Zeldovich shares some insights behind the story, how it came together, and pieces that didn't make the s…
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Photovoltaic solar panels are becoming increasingly inexpensive, but there are many sunny surfaces where adding them is not feasible. Veeral Hardev, vice president for corporate strategy at Ubiquitous Energy, talks about his company’s quest to make transparent PV cells that can be applied to window glass.…
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Heat pumps, which use the outside as a source—or sink—for heat, are a familiar environmental control technology in many homes. Kathy Hannun, founder and president of Dandelion Energy, a company that makes household geothermal heat pump systems, discusses the efficiency advantages and engineering challenges of drawing heat from the ground.…
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The ability to establish goals can be a critical component to driving successful career journeys. In this episode, Tom and Katlyn speak with Sylvia Acevedo, former CEO of the Girl Scouts of America, Systems Engineer at IBM, and Rocket Scientist at NASA(!), about her introduction to engineering and the professional development and interesting turns …
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As advanced manufacturing continues to thrive, the ties among academia, industry, and government must be fostered to ensure the next generation of engineering students enter the workforce fully prepared to tackle the technologies awaiting them. In this episode of ASME TechCast, Kathryn Jablokow, a professor at Penn State, and Tom Kurfess, a profess…
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ASME sat down to talk with Reid Tolley, founding partner of Talent Matters, an assessment, analytics, and leadership development firm. In this episode he covered how the behavioral assessment, job suitability tool Harrison Assessments differs from personality testing. Tolley explained that the tool can accurately measures how well suited a person i…
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Industry 4.0 is a suite of digitally enabled technologies that combine embedded sensors,new kinds of materials, models as digital twins, and cutting edge computing tochange the way that companies think about their product and facilities and eventheir customers. The idea of adopting these advanced manufacturing technologiescan be daunting to small c…
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In the ongoing discussion about alternative energy, hydrogen has emerged as a viable solution. Tom and ASME’s Managing Director of Strategy & Innovation Christine Reilley had the chance to speak with Matthew Blieske, CEO of LIFTE H2, a hydrogen supply chain integrator, to shed some light on how hydrogen can play a role in the global net zero emissi…
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Manufacturing has seen a resurgence over the last decade, and the adoption of digital technologies has transformed the industry. But now, engineering education must also adapt and find a way to ensure that the workforce of tomorrow has the right skills and can take full advantage of advanced manufacturing platforms. Tom Kurfess, professor at Georgi…
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The Earth's core provides a tremendous amount of heat. Tapping that heat to produce electric power or to use directly in industrial processes could be a way to reduce or eliminate carbon emissions from fossil fuels. Jamie Beard, founder and executive director of Project InnerSpace, a geothermal advocacy group, discusses a recent report on the prosp…
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Cyber security and data protection are two hot button topics in an ever-changing technological society. In this installment, Tom and his co-host Katlyn Coolbaugh, speak with Caitlin Sarian, who goes by the name “CyberSecurityGirl” on social media. Caitlin shares her career story and the trio delve into the finer points of how businesses and individ…
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