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The American Society of Mechanical Engineers Design and Engineering Division awards yearly the Leonardo da Vinci Award to eminent engineers whose design or invention is recognized as an important advance in machine design.[1] The award is named after Leonardo Da Vinci.

ASME Leonardo da Vinci World Award
Awarded forEminent achievement in the design or invention of a product which is universally recognized as an important advance in machine design.
CountryUnited States
Presented byASME
Reward(s)Certificate and Medal
First awarded1978
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WinnersEdit

Years Recipient
1978 Richard R. Wareham
1979 Arthur L. Hubbard
1980 Henry O. Fuchs
1981 Charles D. Bleau
1982 Joseph F. Engelberger
1983 L. Sigfred Linderoth, Jr.
1984 Robert C. Distin
1985 H. Grady Rylander
1986 Kenneth W. Boling
1987 Stephen C. Jacobsen
1988 Kenneth J. Waldron
1989 Dimitry G. Grabbe
1990 Victor Scheinman
1991 -
1992 Stephen J. Bartholet
1993 -
1994 -
1995 Robert R. Donaldson
1996 Steven A. Velinsky
1997 Sridhar Kota
1998 William C. Shaw
1999 David L. Trumper
2000 Joel S. Spira
2001 Paul Sheldon
2002 Paul Sheldon
2003 J. Edward Colgate
2004 Alexander S. Slocum
2005 Dara Sabahi, Donald R. Sevilla, James A. Baughman, Randel A. Lindemann,
Richard A. Rainen, Adam D. Steltzner, Joseph Melko, Christopher J. Voorhees
2006 -
2007 -
2008 -
2009 S.V. Sreenivasan[2]
2010 Shorya Awtar
2011 -
2012 -
2013 Mohan Bodduluri[3]
2014 Feng Gao[4]
2015 Noel Perkins[5]
2016 -
2017 Lei Zuo
2018 -

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