Warren Seering

Weber–Shaughness Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Systems
Co–Director, System Design and Management Program
MIT Consortium for Engineering Program Excellence

Warren Seering is Weber-Shaugness Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Professor of Engineering Systems. His prior positions at MIT have included division head of the Design and Systems Division of Mechanical Engineering, co-director of the Nissan Cambridge Basic Research Laboratory, and co-director of the MIT Center for Innovation in Product Development.

Prof. Seering’s research interests include machine dynamics, engineering system design, and product development. His teaching interests center on product development, design, and dynamics.

Prof. Seering has received numerous honors, among them the Ralph R. Teetor Educational Award from the Society of Automotive Engineers, the MIT Harold E. Edgerton Award, the Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation Design Commendation, a Best Paper Award from the ASME Design Theory and Methodology Conference, the Westinghouse Distinguished Lectureship at the University of Michigan, and the MIT Frank E. Perkins Award for excellence in Graduate Advising. He is a fellow of the ASME.

Prof. Seering is a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and the Design Society. He holds a Ph.D. from Stanford University. 


Paper presented at the 2004 Engineering Systems Symposium:

Co-Author of "The Influence of Architecture in Engineering Systems."