The 1st semester ‘Global Capstone Design’ team (Advisory Professors: Gwan Soo HAN, Sang Do NOH) received 1st prize for the industrial design and 2nd for the road test competition in the PUMA Project at the ‘2018 PACE Annual Forum’.
PACE Forum is the global academic-industrial cooperation program run by the joint operation of GM, Autodesk, HP, Oracle, Siemens, etc. This year, the forum celebrated its 20th anniversary. It was held from July 22nd to 25th at GM Warren Technical Center in Detroit, USA, and teams from 65 universities in 10 countries participated in the competition.
Prof. Sang Do NOH (Dept. of System Management Engineering) has been recognized his great performance and leadership at the project by receiving the special prize, Distinguished Integrator Award which was given to only one outstanding professor among 65 faculty members.
With support from the LINC+ Business Unit, 20 students majoring in subjects such as Systems Management Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electronic and Electrical Engineering, and Software participated in the event. Over the course of one year, they organized a team with various universities including New Mexico State University, Iberoamericana, ITESM, University of Puerto Rico, UPRM, Kookmin University, and Inha Unversity.
Student Dong Gun LEE (Dept. of System Management Engineering) who participated in the project said, “I will seek a higher degree of completion for the project through the advanced education program ‘Advanced Convergence Capstone Design’ and challenge other international competitions.”