Publications, Lectures and Seminars

Since its founding, Integrated Design Systems’ publications, lectures and seminars have enabled our President, Michael Paloian, to share his extensive design experiences, knowledge, and expertise with business leaders, engineers, and industrial designers in various industries.

IDS Publications
He has written hundreds of articles focusing on design and its benefits for corporations as well as society in general. These points-of-view have included topics related to human factors, case studies, optimizing designs for plastic parts, project management, and design for manufacturing.

For the past 15 years, Michael has also been a contributing design editor for RotoWorld Magazine. His editorial columns and full-length featured design related articles have become extremely popular with the publications’ international readership.

Integrated Design Systems Lectures
Michael’s deep experience in the plastics industry is well-known since he’s been involved in numerous lectures and design seminars for such organizations as the Society of Plastics Engineers, the Industrial Design Society of America, Society of The Plastics Industry and the Association of Rotational Molders.

Integrated Design Systems Seminars
Michael has addressed audiences in South America, Europe and India as well as the United States. In addition, he is an Adjunct Instructor at the University of Massachusetts where he conducts a three-day plastics product design seminar annually.

Society Chairmanships
He has also served as Division Chairman for the Rotational Molding Division in the Product Design and Development Division of the Society of Plastics Engineers. Under his leadership, these divisions have prospered with expanded membership, increased enthusiasm, and in an improved level of activity. Besides that, Michael has served as the IDSA’s Materials and Processes Chairman.

The links to some of Integrated Design Systems publications have been provided below. Simply click on any PDF to download it.

RotoWorld
composites manufacturing