The Virtual 35th Annual Meeting has concluded. Thank you for those who attended the 35th Annual Meeting.

Revised Ruling Engine Challenge: Scribe tool control
(Version 2.5)

The ASPE Student Challenge is an annual precision engineering student competition inviting students from engineering and technical disciplines to participate in designing & building a precision mechanical system and showcase their precision engineering efforts/skills during the competition at the conference. The challenge typically tests the student teams on various aspects of precision engineering including precision machine element design, mechatronics, controls, metrology and optics & provides the students, a glimpse into the design & development of a precision system.

Important Dates (times listed in CDT):

  • Midnight, August 14: Last day for registrations
  • August 17: Start Day
  • August 17: Shipping hardware
  • September 28: 15 minute meetings – each team with judges
  • October 19: Last day to submit reports
  • October 19: Last day to submit pre-recorded presentations
  • 9:30 – 11:00, October 21: Final project presentations
  • 11:30 – 1:30, October 21: Awards given during the Business meeting

Platinum Sponsors

Gold Sponsors

Silver Sponsors

ASPE Student Challenge Organizing Committee

Thank you, we look forward to another successful meeting.

Luis A. Aguirre, 3M Company
Kumar Arumugam, University of North Carolina-Charlotte
Marcin Bauza, ZEISS Industrial Quality Solutions
Raymond C. Cady, Corning
Jacob Cole, University of North Carolina-Charlotte
Tim Dalrymple, Independent
Mark Kosmowski, ESI
Byron Knapp, Professional Instruments Company
Robert Panas, LLNL
Nilabh Roy, Canon Nanotechnologies.
Stuart T. Smith, University of North Carolina-Charlotte
Alex Sohn, Facebook Reality Labs
Rafael Marangoni, NIST

Conference Chair
Marcin Bauza, ZEISS Industrial Quality Solutions