To students and faculty advisors, PACE Annual Forum was a truly rewarding experience. The forum gave students across the globe a chance to meet face-to-face and gain professional knowledge on the industry software. In this digitalization era, knowledge in computer software helps students become the global leader in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) field.
The PACE Annual Forum hosted by the University of Sao Paulo, as well as the RSMS teams from both USP and FEI, are featured in a number of online publications.
Please see the links below for the actual articles. (Please note that many of the articles are in... Read More
Team 3 was named “Overall” winner of the first year PACE Reconfigurable Shared Use Mobility Systems (RSMS) global project competition during the awards dinner at Villa Bisutti Tenerife in Sao Paulo on Thursday July 30th.
RSMS Team 3 is comprised of... Read More
Photos from the 2015 PACE Annual Forum are now posted in the PACE Photo Gallery. The University of Sao Paulo in Brazil hosted this year’s conference July 26-30th, including the first year of the Reconfigurable Shared Use Mobility Systems... Read More
The 2015 PACE Annual Forum kicked off Sunday night with a welcome reception at the Departmento de Engenharia Mecâica – Escola Politécnica da USP.
220 students, 85 faculty from 50 PACE schools in 12 countries and 90 industry... Read More
Conference sessions run from Monday July 27th through Thursday July 30th. Monday and Tuesday feature the Reconfigurable Shared-Use... Read More
Registration for the 2015 PACE Annual Forum is now available online. The conference is open to faculty, staff and students from PACE institutions, and to industry representatives from PACE companies. Registration is open through June 26th. ... Read More
Announcing a new award for the PACE RSMS teams: The Siemens PLM Software PACE Excellence in Design & Simulation Award will be presented to the RSMS team that best demonstrates and communicates the most effective use of NX design and simulation software in their RSMS... Read More
This PACE competition held April 23, 2015 fit well within the requirements of the Computer Aided Manufacturing class, which is a technical elective offered at Michigan Tech for Juniors or Senior MET majors with a concentration in the Computer Aided Engineering area. The course is designed to apply techniques used in... Read More
The ENG 1102 PACE competition is a friendly competition between Michigan Tech freshmen that allows students to combine creativity and engineering concepts to develop an eccentric concept that one day may be the next revolutionary item. This competition also allows students to show off their... Read More