Student Case Competition
Teams of 4 undergraduate engineering students will have six hours to solve a case study using engineering management tools. Upon completion, each team will present to a panel of judges, consisting of practicing engineers and researchers in engineering management. Each team will have 15 minutes to present their solution and 5 minutes for questions and answers.
Eligibility: University and colleges that offer engineering degree are eligible to send undergraduate student team. Each university is allowed to send one team of four undergraduate students with declared major in engineering.
Best Dissertation Award
Each year, the American Society for Engineering Management presents an award to the best Ph.D. Dissertation in Engineering Management, completed in the previous calendar year. This year, Ph.D. Dissertations published in 2015 from universities that offer Ph.D. in Engineering Management are eligible to participate. Three finalists will be selected and will present their Ph.D. research in an invited session during the conference. See complete nomination details.
Merl Baker Award for Best Student Paper
Conference papers written solely by students are eligible to participate in this contest. To participate, please make sure that you select "Student Paper" in the paper type while submitting your draft paper. All student papers will be presented within the same session. The evaluation of student papers is done by selected referees according to their expertise in the area of engineering management.
Merritt Williamson Award for Best Annual Conference Paper
The Merritt Williamson Award for Best Annual Conference Paper recognizes the excellent work committed in preparing a conference paper. All papers submitted, except papers by students, to the ASEM 2015 IAC are eligible for the Best Annual Conference Paper Award.