Thank you for serving as a judge at the 2020 Engineering Virtual Showcase!
June 5, 2020
10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (PDT)
The first time you access the showcase site, please go to: https://expo.engr.oregonstate.edu/virtualshowcase/event so that we can check you in.
After first entry, you can bypass the check-in page by going to: https://expo.engr.oregonstate.edu/virtualshowcase/hub
The main event page (hub) contains a menu of button links to the six different areas of the showcase (CBEE, CCE, EECS, MIME, NSE, Grad Projects). Clicking on any of these links will show you all of the projects in the showcase for that unit. You can click into any project page to see that team's materials. To chat live with the team, click on the team's live chat link.
When entering a chat room, you will be prompted to type in your name. Write JUDGE: before your name so that the students know you are a judge.
While you are absolutely free to peruse the showcase at your leisure from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., and to vote for any projects you wish, please be sure to visit the chat rooms of at least the projects assigned to you below. This is to ensure that each team gets to chat with at least one judge. PLEASE NOTE: These assignments have been randomized, they are not based on your engineering expertise. Because the judging criteria is focused on how well the students communicate their project to a general audience, you do not need to have expertise in the team's engineering field in order to judge them. You also do not need to visit a team's chat room in order to give them your vote.
Different teams have different types of materials on their page. Some have videos. Others have digital posters or website links, etc.
- Effectiveness of project communication materials (video, website, poster, etc.)
- Clarity of project concept
- Applicability of project concept to real world
UNDERGRADUATE JUDGES: By 11:40 a.m., use this form to vote for your top 5 favorite undergrad projects, based on the judging criteria (you will need to know Project IDs). Undergrad judging form.
GRADUATE JUDGES: By 11:40 a.m., use this form to vote for your top 3 favorite grad projects, based on the judging criteria (you will need to know Project IDs). Grad judging form.
UNDERGRAD JUDGES: Nancy Adcock; Joey Baranski; Lane Brammer; Nick Carter; Sandy Cervantes; Brock Cloutier; Nick Glunz; Alexander Govyadinov; Kalan Guiley; Matt Kizerian; Ashley Mason; TJ Mulqueen; Daniel Nichols; Rebecca Prich; Thomas Reed; Evan Scheessele; Jackson Slocum; Randy Willard; Kent Welter
GRAD JUDGES: Will Allen; Sarah Bryan; Pat McDonald
CHAT ROOM VISITING ASSIGNMENTS
(PLEASE VISIT ROOMS ASSIGNED TO YOU BELOW AND ASK EACH TEAM A QUESTION OR TWO ABOUT THEIR PROJECT; YOU ARE WELCOME TO VISIT AS MANY OTHER PROJECT PAGES AND CHAT ROOMS AS YOU'D LIKE.)
(Project IDs are listed on each project's thumbnail image bar; you can search by Project ID on the main event web page; IDs have been assigned to judges in order in which they appear on the event site)
- Nancy Adcock: CBEE1 - CBEE4
- Lane Brammer: CBEE8 - CBEE11; CBEE21 (covering for Joey)
- Nick Carter: CBEE12; MULT1; CBEE13 - 15; CBEE7 (covering for Joey)
- Sandy Cervantes: CBEE16 - CBEE20
- Brock Cloutier: MULT2, CCE1, MULT3
- Nick Glunz: EECS1 - EECS6
- Alexander Govyadinov: EECS7 - EECS11
- Kalan Guiley: EECS12; MULT5; EECS13 - EECS16
- Matt Kizerian: EECS17 - EECS21
- Ashley Mason: EECS 22; MULT8; EECS24; EECS25; MULT6;
- TJ Mulqueen: EECS27; EECS28: MULT4; MULT7; EECS29; EECS30; CBEE5 (covering for Joey)
- Daniel Nichols: EECS31 - EECS36
- Rebecca Prich: EECS37 - EECS42; CBEE6 (covering for Joey)
- Evan Scheessele: MIME1 - MIME6
- Jackson Slocum: MIME7 - MIME10; MIME12; MIME13
- Randy Willard: MIME11, MIME14 - MIME17
- Kent Welter: NSE1 - NSE5
- Will Allen: GRAD1 - GRAD4
- Sarah Bryan: GRAD5 - GRAD8
- Pat McDonald: GRAD9 - GRAD12