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Intel ISEF 2014 Special Awards Organization Profile


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Society for Experimental Mechanics, Inc.



The Society for Experimental Mechanics is composed of international members from academia, government, and industry who are committed to interdisciplinary application, research and development, education, and active promotion of experimental methods to: (a) increase the knowledge of physical phenomena; (b) further the understanding of the behavior of materials, structures and systems; and (c) provide the necessary physical basis and verification for analytical and computational approaches to the development of engineering solutions.


Why We Participate

The SEM Educational Foundation participates in the Intel ISEF as one means to fulfill its mission to provide financial support for a variety of educational activities important to the development of the field of experimental mechanicsĀ. We hope that our participation will encourage students to continue their education in engineering and lead them to productive and exciting careers.



2014 Awards Offered

First Award of $2,500

First Award of $2,500

Second Award of $1,500

Second Award of $1,500

Third Award of $1000

Third Award of $1,000


Intel ISEF 2014 Awards

First Award of $2,500

Conor Foy

To Design and Manufacture a Device to Maximize the Performance of Rowers


Second Award of $1,500

Michelle Marrero-Garcia

Study of Properties of Aluminum Wires Treated with Nanoparticles of MoB2


Third Award of $1000

Megan Boyer

The Effects of Barefoot and Shod Running on Risk of Injury in High School, Female, Recreational Runners



Picture of 2014 Award Winners



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