The Society of Automotive Engineers’ J. Cordell Breed Award for Women Leaders has been awarded to Angela Violi. This award recognizes women who are active in all sectors of the mobility industry who have achieved the best balance of life both professionally and personally. Recipients are selected based on outstanding performance or significant contributions in many areas including, service to her company and community, provides important engineering or technical contributions to the mobility industry, overcome adversity, and demonstrates excellent leadership as a supervisor, manager, or in team environments.
Professor Violi’s top research interests are in multiscale simulations of complex systems, nanoparticle growth and self-assembly, nanoparticle interactions with biomolecular systems, applied chemical kinetics, aerosols. She is a professor of not only mechanical engineering at U-M but also, chemical engineering, biomedical engineering, macromolecular science and engineering, applied physics and biophysics.
We congratulate Angela Violi on this great honor!