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AMD Student Competition Travel Award Winners

We are delighted to announce the recipients of the $1,000 travel grants for the 2024 ASME Applied Mechanics Division Student Competition. This year was a particularly difficult one to determine winners, as we had numerous highly qualified applicants; thank you so much to everyone who applied, and best of luck to those competing at ASME IMECE in November!

2024 AMD Student Competition Travel Award Winners

  • Hongui Du, "A Neural Integrated Meshfree Method for Computational Mechanics"
  • Juana Gresia, "Optimal Biomemetic Torene Shell Structures with Ultra-High Genus"
  • Chase Hartquist, "Nonlocal Intrinsic Fracture Energy of Polymer Networks"
  • Sahil Kamath, "Machine Learning-Based Prediction of Multiphysical Responses in Vacuum Assisted Resin Infusion Molding Process"
  • Ilyes Krida, "Stochastic Excitation in the Fabrication of Thin Elastic Shells Using Acoustics"
  • Teerapong Poltue, "Machine Learning-Based Optimization of Pixel Intensities for Vat Photopolymerization 3D Printing"
  • Joseph Spencer, "Effect of Data Quality on Predicting Mechanical Properties Using Deep Learning"
  • Nathaly Villacís Núñez, "Title TBD: On the Analysis and Damage Prediction of Rotator Cuff Tendons"
  • Zhengxuan Wei, "Synthesis-Processing-Dependent Thermomechanics of Liquid Crystal Elastomers"
  • Shuai Wu, "Magnetically Reconfigurable Conformal Metamaterials with Global Area-Preservation and Widely Tunable Physical Properties"

The ASME AMD Student Award Committee