Construction Division Student Paper Competition
Sponsored by ConAm Group
The papers should demonstrate or describe the use of techniques such as lean methods, quality management, green technology, simulation, optimization, automation and alternative materials.
- Open to both undergraduate and graduate students and design teams.
- Open only to students attending universities in the United States.
- Must be a member of IISE, or must agree to become members before the award is made.
- Papers must be no more than 10 pages in length and follow the competition guidelines.
- No more than two student co-authors per paper.
- Papers co-authored by professors are excluded from the competition, but your professor's assistance is welcome.
- The first place winner must agree to travel to the IIE Annual Conference & Expo in Anaheim, Calif. May 21-24, 2016 to present the winning paper.
- Award will be presented at the IIE Annual Conference & Expo.
Important dates and information
Paper submission deadline: Feb. 26
Winner will be notified by: March 4
Submit your papers to Laura Ikuma.
For more information or questions contact Bonnie Cameron.
The first place winner receives complimentary conference registration and one complimentary ticket to the Honors & Awards Banquet. There is also a $2,100 cash award.
First place: Amir Mansouri, University of Southern California
Experimental and Numerical Analyses of Structures Fabricated by Contour Crafting
First place: Laura Florez, Georgia Institute of Technology
Decision Support System for Sustainable Labor Management in Masonry Construction
Second place: Carl Kirpes, Iowa State University
Integrating Project Estimating and Cash Flow Analysis to Develop Companywide Resource Loading Projections
Third place: Simon Matar, Western Michigan University
Evaluation of Potential Use of Waster Powder Paint (WPP) in Cement Grout and Mortar
First place: Isabelle Johnson, University of Southern California
The Potential and Obstacles of Integrated Project Delivery
Second place: Brittany Brown, University of Southern California
The Integration of BIM and LEED Certification Process
Third place: Raymond Tan, University of Southern California
The Application of Augmented Reality in the Construction Process
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