E-Fest Competitions

Newly launched in October - Digital Badges for Official ASME competition winners!

Competition winners can share their achievement on a resume, CV, LinkedIn profile, social media and much more.  Learn about digital badges.

ASME Elevator Pitch Competition

An elevator pitch is a brief, persuasive speech that you use to spark interest in what you and/or your organization does. Designed to create interest in a project, idea, or product... or in yourself!

ASME Extended Reality Challenge: Lunar Lander

The ASME Extended Reality Challenge (XRC): Lunar Landers tasks students to design and race a spacecraft in a virtual reality setting using CAD and programming skills.

ASME Extended Reality Challenge: Sustainability Innovations for Ocean Cleanup

The ASME Extended Reality Challenge (XRC): Sustainability Innovations for Ocean Cleanup tasks competitors to design an autonomous robot to pick up trash & debris in a virtual reality setting.

ASME Extended Reality Challenge: Autonomous Vehicles

The ASME Extended Reality Challenge (XRC): Autonomous Vehicles tasks students to design and race a vehicle in a virtual reality setting using CAD and programming skills.

Oral Competition sponsored by the ASME Old Guard Committee

The competition challenge: prepare and deliver a 15-minute technical presentation, typically about a design project, with the emphasis on oral presentation skills.

ASME e-Human Powered Vehicle Challenge (e-HPVC)

e-HPVC is an engineering design & innovation competition where students can apply engineering principles through the design, fabrication, and racing of human powered vehicles.

ASME Student Design Competition (SDC)

The ASME Student Design Competition, sponsored by Boeing, provides a platform for ASME Student Members to present their solutions to a range of design problems.

ASME Innovative Additive Manufacturing 3D Challenge (IAM3D®)

The IAM3D® Challenge is designed to give engineering students an opportunity to re-engineer existing products or create new designs.

Technical Digital Poster Competition sponsored by the ASME Old Guard Committee

This competition is designed to emphasize the ability to present a clear, concise, and effective visual presentation, pertaining to some sphere in which an engineer is or should be involved.