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PACE Engineering Design Competition

PACE - Partners for the Advancement of Collaborative Engineering Education - is a university and industry partnership to support strategically-selected academic institutions worldwide, to develop the automotive product life cycle management team of the future. PACE partners include General Motors (GM), Electronic Data System (EDS), UGS and Sun Microsystems, with contributing companies such as Hewlett Packard, Altair Engineering and MSC Software. PACE has already provided over $10M in CAD/CAM/CAE hardware and software to the ME-EM department.
December 2004  PACE judges are, from left to right, Tanya Jordan (GM), Elaine Chapman-Moore (GM), John Baker (UGS), John Nielson (EDS), Tod Briggs (UGS). Missing from the picture is Bill Prete (UGS)

The winning entry for the individual event was by Michael Biery shown above.

View the individual entries (PDF file 1.26Mb)

Individual Entries
(PDF File Slide Show 1.26 Mb)

PACE Design Competition
for MEEM 4403 Computer-Aided Design Methods, Dr. Bernhard Bettig, instructor
Fall 2004

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