25 November 2021
Machines | Best Student Paper Awards from the International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition (IMECE)—Winners Announced
We are pleased to announce the winners of the Best Student Paper Awards, sponsored by Machines (ISSN: 2075-1702, Impact Factor: 2.428 (2020)), for the International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition (IMECE), that was held online, from 1 to 5 November, 2021.
“Development of a Robust and Real-Time Thermal Deformation Prediction System for Machine Tool by Multi-Point Temperature”
by Shun Tanaka, Yuya Marukawa, Toru Kizaki, Kenichi Tomita, Shinji Tsujimura, Daisuke Noda, Hisashi Kobayashi and Naohiko Sugita.
The first-place awards are USD 500 and a 100% article processing charge (APC) waiver.
“I am very honored to receive such a wonderful award.
I would like to thank all the people who have supported me.
This paper is the result of joint research between the University of Tokyo and Komatsu Ltd.
Komatsu is known as one of the largest construction, mining, and industrial machinery manufacturers in Japan.
Since 2007, Komatsu Ltd. and the Department of Mechanical Engineering of the University of Tokyo have been engaged in joint research and education of students through the framework of social collaboration courses.
By applying the University of Tokyo's leading-edge knowledge and technology to the problems of industrial sites, we have brought many innovations to industry.
In this paper, we estimated the thermal displacement of a machining center manufactured by Komatsu NTC Ltd. using temperature data from several hundred points.
The low-cost multi-point temperature measurement is an innovative method for robust and accurate thermal displacement estimation.
We will keep our efforts to develop new technologies and provide value for the manufacturing industry.”
— Shun Tanaka
Second Place: USD 300 and a voucher for CHF 800
Title: Inline Topology Measurement of Material Jetted Metal Parts
Authors: Christoph Rehekampff, Benedikt Kirchebner, Florian Krebs, Franz Irlinger, and Tim C. Lueth
The 2nd prize was granted to Christoph Rehekampff.
Third Place: USD 200 and a voucher for CHF 800
Title: A Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) for Defect Detection of Additively Manufactured Parts
Authors: Mohammad Masud Parvez, Musarrat Farzana Rahman, Shaikat Galib, and Frank Liou
The 3rd prize was granted to Mohammad Masud Parvez.