ASME 2023 Student Hackathon
The Computer & Information in Engineering (CIE) Division of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) held past hackathon events at the IDETC/CIE 2020, 2021, 2022 Conferences. These hackathon events provide students and engineering practitioners with a unique opportunity to learn how data science and machine learning techniques can be leveraged to solve real-world engineering problems.
Given the previous resounding successes, the CIE Division will hold the ASME-CIE Hackathon again at the IDETC/CIE 2023 Conference in hybrid settings, both virtual and on-site, as a pre-conference event from Aug. 13-20, 2023.
- August 1, 2023, 11:59 pm EDT: Registration Deadline
- August 13, 2023, 12 – 3 pm EDT: Virtual Hackathon Kick-off
- August 20, 2023: Hybrid Hackathon Closing
- August 20, 2023, 6 am EDT: due for Hackathon Deliverables
- August 20, 2023, 9 am – 1 pm EDT: Final Presentations
- August 20, 2023, 1 – 3 pm EDT: Hackathon Judging
- August 20, 2023, 4 – 6 pm EDT: Closing Ceremony
For each problem:
- First Place: $1500-$2000
- Second Place: $750-$1000
- Third Place: $300-$500
Undergraduate students, graduate students, postdocs, and non-students (e.g. professionals) are welcome to attend the Hackathon and experience the exciting competitions.
Hackathon Team and Presentation
- All participants must be registered by August 1, 2023 11:59 pm EDT. Everyone will be placed in a team up of 1-2 members. You may form a team based on your own preference. All implementations must be based on the original work.
- Each Hackathon team will continue their own meetings via their own chosen platform between 08/13/23 and 08/20/23.
- Each team needs to present their teamwork including the technical approach and submit the results to their own GitHub repository by the submission deadline.
- Team final presentation, results, and technical approaches will be evaluated based on a technical committee (separated with the Hackathon organizing committee).
Dr. Anh Tran (Sandia National Laboratories) (chair), email@example.com
Prof. Zhenghui Sha (University of Texas – Austin), firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. Hyunwoong Ko (Arizona State University), email@example.com
Dr. Zhuo Yang (Georgetown University, National Institute of Standards and Technologies), firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. Dehao Liu (Binghamton University) email@example.com
Dr. Yan Lu (National Institute of Standards and Technologies), firstname.lastname@example.org