Internal Combustion Engine Division
The Internal Combustion Engine Division (ICED) has been promoting the art and science of mechanical engineering of engines, encouraging and fostering research and development for mobile, marine, rail, generation and stationary applications and summarizing
News & Updates
ICED Webinar Series
The ASME ICE Division has been holding a Webinar Series titled "The Future of the Internal Combustion Engine". The goal of this series is to communicate the role of the ICE in our decarbonization society. Topics include light duty, heavy duty, combustion, electrification. alternative fuels, computer simulations, AI, and much more!
View the recordings of the webinar
We hope you join us for this exciting webinar series!
The ICED Executive Committee
Sibendu Som, Chair
Argonne National Laboratory
Peter Kelly Senecal, Vice Chair
Convergent Science, Inc.
William Northrop, Past Chair
University of Minnesota
Kalyan Srinivasan, Treasurer
The University of Alabama
Thomas Lavertu, Secretary
Sundar Rajan Krishnan, Member
University of Alabama
Dustin Osborne, Member
Southwest Research Institute
Scott Curran, Incoming Member
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Laura Herrera, Staff Liaison
Honors & Awards
The ICE Division offers many awards to recognize leadership and contributions in the field of Internal Combustion Engines. Some of the more prestigious honors awarded by the division are below.
Nominations link for processing division awards.
For all Division Award requests, please contact the Division Administrator.
Important Award Information For Recipients of Monetary Awards
Please note that honorariums cannot be distributed without receipt of applicable tax forms. If you are a recipient of a monetary award, you will be contacted by ASME staff regarding tax forms you will need to complete, as well as how to submit them to us.
Links to helpful online resources related to the division are below. If you have suggestions for other resources, please contact the division chair or ASME staff.
- ASME Landmarks Program
Landmarks, sites and collections of historic importance to mechanical engineering are designated by ASME through its History and Heritage Landmarks Program.
- ASME History and Heritage
ASME fosters the preservation of mechanical engineering innovations used in a wide range of applications through its History and Heritage program.
- International Council on Combustion engines
A non-profit association that brings together manufacturers, utilities, suppliers, scientists and others who are interested in combustion engines.