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Annually, SERAD hosts a challenge to college students to submit papers on Safety Engineering and Risk Analysis topics. The papers are peer reviewed by experts in these areas. Selected papers will be honored in November 2017 at the SERAD Awards Dinner at ASME’s 2017 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition (IMECE 2016) in Tampa, FL. Recognition includes a cash honorariums for winning authors and sponsoring professor, travel reimbursement for first place student(s) may also be available.
Recommended Length: 4-6 pages
NIOSH Zaghouse: Microscopic Particle Filtration System (MPFS)
Gonzaga University Team: Cameron Falkenburg, Carlie Mantel, Richard Moore, and Ben Muyres
Advisor: Dr. Art Miller, NIOSH
An efficient sensor network design for improving fault diagnosis process
Sahand University of Technology: Farzin Salehpour Oskouei
Advisor: Mohammad Pourgol-Mohammad
The Fear of Going Nuclear: Assessing the Associated Risks of Nuclear Power Plant Utilization in the United States by Thomas Wesselmann at Missouri University of Science and Technology
Determination of Minimum Requirements for Critical Safety Systems in Support of PRA by Seyed Mohsen Hoseyni at IAU-Science and Research
1st Place: Crude Truth: Assessing the Associated Risks of Rail, Tanker, and Pipeline Crude Oil Transport by Ashtyn Baldas of Missouri University of Science and Technology
2nd Place: Stochastic Fatigue Life Assessment in Automotive Application by Mahboubeh Yazdanipour of Sahand University of Technology, Tabriz, Iran
SERAD 2014 Student Safety Innovation Challenge DEADLINE EXTENDED
SERAD 2013 Student Safety Innovation Challenge
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— Kamlesh Pande, ASME Member since 1993
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