CEM Expo 2023
The Virtual Expo consists of 3-5 minutes videos prepared by the participants that describe the details of their projects.
Virtual Expo Presentations
Once you have finished viewing the participant videos, please participate in our Best in Class voting for each category. The winning projects will receive a scholarship.
The projects have been broken into two categories below.
The CEM Design Expo Competition defines a Prototype Project as a project that has a physical build. This can be in the form of an actual prototype product or as a proof of concept of a certain aspect of a product. Although simulations are typically used in design, physical testing is typically done to ensure the final product’s functionality.
American Crystal Sugar
Automated Solar Etching System Dual-Axis Solar Tracker
Forever Chemicals in Drinking Water
Fruitful Smoothie Vending Machine
FSAE - Admin
FSAE - Chassis and Ergonomics
FSAE - Engine and Drivetrain
FSAE - Suspension and Steering
Indian Creek Flood Mitigation
Intercity Bridge Foundation Design
Lee's Group LLC Batter Shaker
Pedestrian Bridge Replacement
Steffes Horizontal Rotator
UND Memorial Village Building
Urban Subdivision Design
Wearable Imaging System for Tissue Oxidation
The CEM Design Expo Competition defines a Process/Research Project as a project that is primarily based in at least one of the following: Software Simulation, Research & Development of Theoretical Concepts and/or Materials, or Process Improvement. Although physical test apparatuses can be built and used as part of these projects, they are not the focus of the goals and criteria for success.
Dr. Gupta Materials - On-Campus
Dr. Gupta Materials - Online
Hosting Capacity Analysis on Power Distribution Systems
Metal 3D Printing
Rolling Contact Fatigue
Ten Bus Electric Power Distribution System Protection Design
Uranium Recovery Case Design for North Dakota Deposit
Vote for Best in Class
Voting closes at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, May 2, 2023.