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July is supposed to be the hottest and sunniest month of the year in Turin, Italy. However, students attending the PACE Annual Forum competed against wind and rain in the test phase of the Personal Assisted Mobility Device (PAMD) challenge.
Bringing an idea from the conceptual phase to an actual prototype, especially if that idea is a sustainable car design, is a daunting enough task for college engineering students, but when you add in a couple of other factors – designing the car for a city and country you have never visited, and team members in two other countries and the associated time zone, language and cultural differences that accompany, you have an especially challenging set of conditions.
Ntengwa Mukosa, industrial engineering graduate student, won “Outstanding Poster” at the 2011 PACE Annual Forum at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver British Columbia, Canada.
UGS Corp. recently made an in-kind grant of finite-element, solid-modeling software to the College of Engineering at New Mexico State University.