Sheridan Engineering Research Teams Compete at ASME’s IAM3D Competition

Sheridan Undergraduate Research wishes the very best of luck to the four Sheridan engineering teams ( 10 students and 4 professors) who are presenting at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) International Design and Engineering Technical Conference and Computers and Information in Engineering Conference and Additive Manufacturing 3D Printing (IDETC/CIE/AM3D) conference this weekend!

These teams are invited by ASME to participate in the Finals of 2015 ASME Innovative Additive Manufacturing 3D challenge (IAM3D) to be held at the ASME (IDETC/CIE/AM3D) in Boston Massachusetts from August 2, 2015–August 5, 2015.  The teams will  present their designs, business case and prototypes to a panel of judges.

The ASME Innovative Additive Manufacturing 3D (IAM3D) Challenge is designed to give mechanical and multi-disciplinary undergraduate students around the world an opportunity to re-engineer existing products or create new designs that minimize energy consumption and/or improve energy efficiency.


Sheridan finalist teams by Project:

Audible Hockey Puck

Audible Hockey Puck


Audible Hockey Puck (VIP)
Team Members:

  • Amir Al-Mohammedi (Faculty mentor)
  • Ryan Vieira
  • Ben Ishaq
Air Circulator Exhaust

Air Circulator Exhaust

Optimization of Air Circulator Exhaust for Maximum Airflow
Team Members:

  • Amir Al-Mohammedi (Faculty mentor)
  • Kristoffer Pascual
  • Sahil Bhatia
  • Jatinderjit Singh
The Red Hand Project

The Red Hand Project

The Red Hand Project
Team Members:

  • Scott Currie (Faculty mentor)
  • Hargurdeep Singh
  • Hitu Lachhar
  • Case Partner: Cornelius Quiring
Exhaust Gas Generator

Exhaust Gas Generator

The E.G.G – Exhaust Gas Generator
Team Members:

  • Godfrey Onwubolu (Faculty mentor)
  • Kyle Hogg (Team Leader)
  • Connor Currie
  • Rupali Kapur

Congratulations and best of luck to all students and professors involved!

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