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  • We are excited to announce that we are going back to IN-PERSON events!  ***
  • We will be rolling out a series of IN-PERSON ASME EFx® events during academic year 2022-2023.
  • Interested in hosting an ASME EFx®?  APPLY NOW. 
  • Questions?  We’d love to hear from you!  asmeefx@asme.org
  • We will continue to host two digital events including E-Fest Careers and E-Fest Digital (March 25, 2023). 


Upcoming 2023 EFx Events:

  • EFx Central CT State University (New Britain, CT), THIS EVENT has been POSTPONED  
  • REGISTER NOW:  EFx India (PES University, Bengaluru, India) - April 1-2, 2023 - includes SDC, IAM3D®, Oral, Elevator Pitch & Impromptu Competition
  • REGISTER NOWEFx Liberty University (Forest, VA; USA) - April 14-15, 2023 - includes eHPVC.  eHPVC Team Registration closed; general registration open.
  • REGISTER NOW:  EFx Purdue University (West Lafayette, IN; USA) - April 14-15, 2023 -includes Impromptu Competitions
  • REGISTER NOW:  EFx Milwaukee School of Engineering (Milwaukee, WI; USA) - April 21-22, 2023 -  includes IAM3D®, Student Design Competition and the Oral Competition
  • REGISTER NOW:  EFx Cal Poly Pomona (Pomona, CA; USA) - April 29, 2023 - includes IAM3D®, Oral & Impromptu Competitions
  • REGISTER NOW:  EFx Cairo (Cairo, Egypt) - May 4, 2023 - includes Elevator Pitch & Impromptu Competition


What is an ASME EFx®?

ASME EFx® events bring excitement and enthusiasm to your local community with smaller scale, thematic events hosted by you. EFx events provide a forum for students and early career engineers to share technical programming, career and professional development content, social and networking activities and much more.

What happens at an ASME EFx®?

Much like an E-Fest, an EFx is made up of similar components, but a shorter duration. These may include, but are not limited to the following elements:

  1. Local Competitions: These challenges may be aligned with E-Fest competitions to provide students with practical skills and exposure to the e-Human Powered Vehicle Challenge (e-HPVC), Student Design Competition (SDC), Oral Competition, Poster Competition, Elevator Pitch Competition, Environmental Systems Division Competition, and Innovative Additive Manufacturing 3D Competition (IAM3D). Local competitions may also be at the discretion of the host institute and local organizers, and they should promote teamwork and enhancement of engineering skills.
  2. Career & Professional Development: Interactive workshops/sessions focused on technical skills, soft skills, and professional development topics to prepare students to enter the workforce post-graduation.
  3. Networking:  Networking opportunities to meet speakers, fellow students, faculty, and prospective employers. Encourage students to interact, have fun and celebrate engineering!

What’s NEW about ASME EFx®?

  1. Your school may be eligible to host an official E-Fest competition(s):  e-Human Powered Vehicle Challenge (e-HPVC), Student Design Competition (SDC), Elevator Pitch Competition, Oral Competition or Innovative Additive Manufacturing 3D Competition (IAM3D).  Hosting an official competition requires approval from ASME, contracting between ASME and your school and adherence to strict safety guidelines subject to approval and subject to change.   
  2. ASME will host your event website and registration platform. 
  3. ASME will provide an EFx Toolkit plus marketing and social media templates for your section to utilize.  Let us help you.


Please read an important message and stay informed about the

ASME Anywhere Policy

*** All events will be subject to the laws, regulations and guidelines pertaining to COVID-19 in the state/country where the event will be held.  Mandates will be subject to change and should be monitored by event and on the event website.