Panos Papalambros

Panos Papalambros
Professor, Mechanical Engineering
James B Angell Distinguished University Professor & Donald C Graham Professor
Professor of Art and Design
Professor of Architecture

Address

3200A EECS (Electrical Engineering & Computer Science)
1301 Beal
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2122
Phone
(734) 647-8401

Degrees

Ph.D., Design Division, Mechanical Engineering Department, Stanford University, 1979
M.S., Mechanical Engineering Department, Stanford University, 1976
Diploma, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, National Technical University of Athens, 1974

Research Interests

Design optimization; large scale system synthesis; automotive systems design, including hybrid vehicles; eco-design; product design.

Honors and Awards

Best Paper Award, European Marketing Academy and the International Journal of Research in Marketing, 2012
Stephen S. Attwood Award, University of Michigan College of Engineering, 2009
Ruth & Joel Spira Outstanding Design Educator Award, ASME, 2008
Best Paper in Design Automation, ASME/Ford, 2005
Distinguished Achievement Award in Systems and Design, JSME, 2004
Fellow, SAE, 2003
Best Paper in Electromagnetic Compatibility Symposium, IEEE, 2003
Donald C. Graham Endowed Professorship, 2000-present
Excellence in Service Award, COE, 1999
Machine Design Award (highest society award in the field of mechanical design), ASME, 1999
Design Automation Award (for contributions to design optimization and automation), ASME, 1998
Best Paper in Design Automation, ASME/Black & Decker, 1995
Fellow, ASME, 1993
Excellence in Service Award, MEAM, 1992
Best Paper in Design Automation, ASME/Eastman Kodak, 1992
Academic Leadership Fellow, CIC, 1990-1991
Young Engineer of the Year, ASME, 1986
Exxon Foundation Award for Excellence in Research, MEAM, 1983-1984
Exxon Foundation Award for Outstanding Teaching, MEAM, 1981-1982
Outstanding Teacher of the Year, Tau Beta Pi, College of Engineering, University of Michigan, 1980-1981

Faculty Type

Tenured and Tenure-Track

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In May, some 80 invited design professionals from academia and industry, including many former U-M design students, came to North Campus for the first Design Frontiers: Crossing Boundaries, Creating Disciplines symposium

Michael Alexander, an ME graduate student, received a 2010 North Campus MLK Spirit Award for his commitment to promoting a diverse community at the University.