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Daniel Talancon and Vince Romanin, University of California, Berkeley
Learn how these students designed an eco-friendly refrigerator with the help of Autodesk® Inventor® and Eco Material Advisor software.

Sean Anastasia, Camden County College
An avid Autodesk® software user since his freshman year in high school, Sean Anastasia used Autodesk® Inventor™ Professional software to design an innovative rocket engine that could help improve the overall reliability and safety of most rockets.

Ian Siegel, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Learn how this student is striving to build a better world with the help of Autodesk® Revit® Architecture and Autodesk® Ecotect® Analysis software.

Michael Piersa, Warsaw University of Technology
Autodesk contest winner Michael Piersa led a team of fellow students to design a maneuverable, self-balancing wheelchair using Autodesk® Inventor™ Professional and Autodesk® AliasStudio™ software.

Nassim Riazi, University of California, Davis
Find out how a bit of science fiction and Autodesk® Inventor® software shaped this unique motorcycle design.

Sean Coleman, North Carolina State University
Graduate industrial design student Sean Coleman won the 2010 Shell Eco-marathon: Autodesk Real World Challenge for his Urban Concept Car design.

James P. Washabaugh, Carnegie Mellon University
By learning how to create a building information model using Revit® Architecture software, James Washabaugh is preparing for a future in architecture and sustainable design.

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