Purdue Students win ASME IDETC/CIE 2014 Student Design Competition

Devarajan Ramanujan,  Senthil Chandrasegaran,  Jeff Ackerman and Scott Calvert won theASME 2014 Student Design Competition in Buffalo,  New York.  The design challenge, held as part of the ASME IDETC/CIE conferences, was to envision and pitch ideas for advancing the maker movement.  The students developed an idea for a web-enabled collaborative platform called makerBASE aimed at integrating DIY knowledge from multiple sources such as YouTube,  component suppliers and maker blogs. This year’s design challenge had a participation of twenty teams with students from various national and international universities.


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