The Onshape Research Symposium is a virtual event bringing together engineering researchers who are leveraging Onshape’s cloud-native architecture to drive innovation in their fields.
This year's event has concluded. Thank you to all participants and attendees. See you next year!
Thank you to all students who submitted their research projects to the poster competition. The poster session will take place from 11:40am-12:40pm ET, during which time each of the presenters will be in a Zoom breakout room sharing the screens while attendees will be free to move between breakout rooms. At the end of the poster session, a Zoom poll will be used to determine the winner of "Best Overall" poster project, who will receive a Creality Ender 3 V2. Winners will be announced at the end of the Research Symposium along with 2 runners up for "Best Research Project" and "Best Poster Design", who will each receive Creality Ender 3 V1's.
Links to the submitted posters are below.
Robot Arm Path Planning Using Onshape Digital Twins - Aashir Jalal - Tufts University
Tools For Education From Tufts CEEO - Alexander Koppel - Tufts University
AutoMate: A Dataset and Learning Approach for the Automatc Mating of CAD Assemblies - Benjamin Jones - University of Washington
Onshape based digital twin use case at the digital miniature factory from the UAS Technikum Wien - Daniel Dräxler - UAS Technikum Wien
Investigating Individual Dominance in Student Contributions in CAD Group Learning Environments - Elizabeth DaMaren - University of Toronto
Onshape in AR Maintenance Routines - Jessica Stastny - Brigham Young University
Monitoring AR Learning via Onshape Digital Twins - JT Frandsen - Brigham Young University
Time to branch out: An analysis of online user forum posts to inform Computer-Aided Design (CAD) branching - Kathy Cheng - University of Toronto
Mechanical Part Classification Using Sequence Models - Lucas Crupi - University of Toronto
Automated Verbal Collaboration Analysis for Distributed Design Activities - Marko Brnčić - University of Zagreb
Virtual Prototypes (VPs) for Design Meetings - Nikola Horvat - University of Zagreb
Where to Grow From Here? An Empirical Study of Branching Use in Computer-Aided Design - Phil Cuvin - University of Toronto
Identification of collaborative CAD modelling patterns in product development projects - Robert Celjak - University of Zagreb
DeepCAD: A Deep Generative Network for Computer-Aided Design Models - Rundi Wu - Columbia University
Exploration into students learning of engineering systems through design in Onshape and simulation in Blender - Yair Klinshtern - Technion Israel Institute of Technology
An Open-Source Design and Implementation of a Polarization and Scanning Control Module in a Second Harmonic Generation Microscope - Zoe Vittum - University of Maine