Share Sunday, November 3, 2013, 1:00pm-3:30pm PSTGrand Ballroom B, Hilton Union Square Final Results Place School 1st Run 2nd Run 1 University of Tulsa 3 DQ (long) 2 City College of New York 6 223 3 University of Houston 13 64 4 Rutgers University 1700 21 5 Georgia Institute of Technology 27 69 5 Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico 128 27 6 University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez 538 40 7 University of North Dakota 55 80 7 Cornell University 55 DNR 8 University of Utah 89 646 9 Washington State University 347 111 10 Stony Brook University 509 135 11 Oklahoma State University 142 239 12 University of Tennessee at Chattanooga 586 174 13 Ohio State University 307 205 14 University of Tennessee, Knoxville 317 210 15 Kansas State University 227 690 16 University of Toledo 310 DQ (long) 17 University of California, Berkeley 990 383 18 South Dakota School of Mines and Technology 578 845 19 San Jose State University 1126 670 20 Purdue University 1234 679 21 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 1280 DQ (t>2min) 22 University of South Florida 1700 DQ (liquid on floor) 22 New Jersey Institute of Technology DNR 86 (DQ - smoke) 22 Texas A & M at Qatar DNR DNR 22 University of Akron DNR DNR 22 University of British Columbia DNR DNR 22 University of Maryland, College Park DNR DNR 22 Virginia Tech University DNR DNR 22 University of Maine DQ DQ 22 University of New Haven DQ (t>2min) DQ (t>2min) Official 2013 ASC Chem-E-Car Video & Coverage Go to ChEnected Chem-E-Car Competition [Photos] Teams AIChE’s Annual Student Conference welcomes 31 teams across the United States and Internationally to compete in the Chem E Car Competition®. Student Chapter Captain Advisor Region Place in Regional University of Tulsa Jasmine Htoon Tyler Johannes Mid America 1 Oklahoma State University Meg Lees Heather Fahlenkamp Mid America 2 Kansas State University Kevin Diehl Jennifer L Anthony Mid America 3 Rutgers University Maya Gelman Maria S Tomassone Mid Atlantic 1 Virginia Tech Meredith Cook Peter Rim Mid Atlantic 2 City College of New York Roman Yakobov David Rumschitzhi Mid Atlantic 3 University of Maryland David Vanaskey Chunsheng Wang Mid Atlantic 4 Stony Brook University Weida Zhang Taejin Kim Mid Atlantic 5 University of Toledo Mr Kevin Garverick Dong S Kim PE North Central 1 Ohio State University Gabrielle Vasquez David L Tomasko North Central 2 University of Akron Benjamin Sauer Ed Evans North Central 3 University of Michigan Chris Fair Pablo Levelle North Central 4 Purdue University Henka Darsono Michael Harris North Central 5 Cornell University Brianna DeRooy Roseanna Zia Northeast 1 University of New Haven Mr Mina Elias Arthur S Gow Northeast 2 University of Maine Kody Allcroft John J Hwalek Northeast 3 Washington State University Ian Vanhouten Richard L Zollars Pacific Northwest 1 University of British Columbia Colleen Chau Fariborz Taghipour Pacific Northwest 2 University of North Dakota Dylan Shallbetter Frank M Bowman Rocky Mountain 1 South Dakota School of Mines and Technology Wyatt Hunter Kevin Hadley Rocky Mountain 2 University of Utah Kat Bell Anthony E Butterfield Rocky Mountain 3 Georgia Institute of Technology Leon Liu Victor Breedveld Southern 1 University of Tennessee, Knoxville Kelli Byrne Steven Paddison Southern 2 University of Puerto Rico Southern 3 University of South Florida Spencer Davis Ryan G Toomey Southern 4 University of Tennessee Mr Benjamin Kegley Tricia A W Thomas Southern 5 Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico Guillermo Alberto García Candanosa Miguel A Romero-Ogawa Southwest 1 University of Houston Rishabh Mahajan Manolis Doxastakis Southwest 2 San Jose State University Jason Everett Gregory Young Western 2 University of California Kevin Chan Roya Maboudian Western 3 Texas A&M Qatar Mostafa Aly Ghada Salama International See 2012 Chem-E-Car Highlights Back to Top Related Topics: Chemical Engineering PracticeChemicals & MaterialsEnergyProcess SafetyRelated Content: Chem-E-Car Poster Competition Learn about the design and chemical reactions that made these cars winners in regional competitions. Choose which car you think will win on Sunday afternoon. Chem-E-Car: General Safety Session Changes to the safety rules for the competition will be reviewed as well as the online safety training. Attendance is mandatory for teams competing in the 2012 Competition. Chem-E-Car Competition® Safety Training & Test All participants in the Chem-E-Car Competition® at the regional or national level must take and pass the Chem-E-Car Safety Training Test... Chem-E-Car Competition® Rules As part of AIChE's commitment to safety in industry and laboratory environments, student teams and their advisors will be asked to demonstrate a commitment to safety awareness, safety planning, and safe practices as a standard component of their participation.