Xiangzhi Yu, MechE PhD student, has been part of the winning team at the ASPE Student Competition for the second time. Xiangzhi, along with teammates Andrew Duenner, Ian Ladner, Nilabh Kumar Roy, and Tsung-Fu Yao from the University of Texas at Austin won the ASPE Student Competition at the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Precision Engineering. The students were tasked with building a closed loop controlled X-Y scanning system to image an area the size of a penny using MechBlocks, voice coils, capacitance sensors, and motion controllers in about 9 hours of work. Each winning student was awarded a $1,000 prize and a stainless steel MechBlock kit from MOTUS Mechanical. Congratulations Xiangzhi!