ASME FutureME Mini-Talks

What is Mini-Talks?

ASME FutureME Mini Talks are a collection of short, peer-to-peer presentations delivered by early career engineers sharing their unique experiences and passion for their message. These impactful talks cover topics of interest for early career engineers ranging from personal growth to career and professional development.

Videos on-Demand: Check out clips from previous Mini-Talks:

Dare To be You

How can Mechanical Engineers prepare for the futue of Addtive Manaufacturing?

The Best Way to Predict Your Future in to Create it

How my Career Ended up in Failure

The Fixer: A Hands-on Approach to start your career

Defining Disrupting and Changing Technologies through Codes and Standards


To view other Mini-Talks, checkout our FutureME Mini-Talk playlist on YouTube.

FutureME Mini-Talks have occured at the following ASME Conferences:

See them LIVE • Be a presenter • Socialize with your cohorts from around the country.

Turbo Expo Conferences / ASME Power & Energy / ICOPE

ASME International Design Engineering Conferences & Computers and Information in Engineering Conference (IDETC/CIE)

ASME International Mechanical Engineering Conference and Exposition (IMECE)

ASME E-Fest®

Social Meet-up / Networking

You can meet-up with other mechanical engineers that have similar interests, to network professionally, and make new connections. Bring plenty of business cards for networking! Ice cream served!

How to Become a Mini-Talk Presenter

Every early career engineer has insights to share. Share yours with us!

Applicants should be energetic and passionate individuals who are excited to share their career development and engineering expertise with students and early career engineers.

Why Apply...

  • Present in front of a large audience of your peers (130+)
  • Be featured on and the ASME FutureME YouTube channel
  • Share your experience and knowledge that benefits other engineers
  • Showcase skills and gain high-visibility within the profession

How to Apply?

Nominate yourself or a peer by emailing a short biography, topic title and summary to


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