Student Design Competition: ‘Robots for Relief’
Delivering aid, including clean water, food, fuel, and medical supplies to places, such as the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan, is a difficult task, as transporting bulk materials over uneven and rough terrain, in tight spaces, and over long distances is often required to help those in need.

This year’s challenge is to design and develop a scaled-down version of a transporter capable of delivering granular materials, which will be guided by, at most, one person.

Problem Statement: http://www.asme.org/wwwasmeorg/media/ResourceFiles/Events/Competitions/2015-Contest-Rules.pdf

Competitors are encouraged to visit the FAQ’s link below for more clarifications regarding the SDC:
Winning Team receives $500 and a travel allowance to go to the finals at ASME IMECE 2015.

Mechatronics Competition:
Participants, in teams of 2, will compete in designing and building a Mechatronics system for a particular application. Teams will have to bring with them breadboards and the appropriate tools needed for building the system (wire cutter, multi-meter…etc.).
Participation fee: 10,000 L.L. per team
Winning team receives a 300$ cash prize

Rapid Design Competition:
In this competition, groups will compete in accomplishing design tasks with limited time and resources. If you like being challenged, this competition is what you should be looking for!
Cash prize will be given

Old Guard Oral Presentation Competition:
Give a 15-minute presentation followed by a 5-minute Question and Answer that addresses an aspect of engineering and get the chance to win a trip to compete in the International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition (IMECE).
First place winner gets $500 in cash and a paid trip to ASME's IMECE 2015

Old Guard Technical Poster Competition:
Do you want to know how well you can communicate your work with others? This competition aims to emphasize the ability to deliver a visual presentation. Your poster should be related to some area in Mechanical Engineering.
Prizes include a first place cash prize of $200.