BAE seniors joined other College of Engineering (CoE) seniors to present at the annual Engineering Design Showcase, and they did an amazing job!
The CoE’s website explains the Design Showcase as: “the culminating senior experience that gives engineering students the opportunity to engineer solutions to a variety of problems and needs. Students dedicate hours of drafting, modeling, prototyping, testing, and analysis to complete these projects on top of an already rigorous course curriculum. This year’s event includes 137 teams across the college’s eight departments. Student projects address a wide range of real-world issues, with common themes that include manufacturing and process improvement, and sustainability.
“Student exhibits and project demonstrations are judged by industry partners who provide expert feedback to student teams. The showcase is an opportunity for students and industry to share ideas and feedback around common interests.”
BAE students presented the following projects: Algae production system, Tree warming chamber, Carbon uptake system, Cucumber seed harvester, Essential oil distillation, Autonomous egg care, Insect monitoring, Tilt-A K9, Water activity sensor
The complete Engineering Design Showcase 2017 program is available online.
Congratulations to the seniors!