Events

"2015 ECE 188 & ECE189 and CS 189 Senior Capstone Presentation Day"

ECE 188 & ECE189 and CS 189 Seniors,

June 4th (Thursday), 9:30am
9:30am to 4:30pm
Engineering Science Building (ESB), Rm 1001 & Courtyard


During their senior year students can take the CS 189, ECE 189 or ECE 188 Senior “Capstone” Project. Every year at the end of the Spring quarter the final projects are presented at a full-day, industry sponsored and judged event where student groups publicly present their projects and participate in an outdoor lunchtime project demonstration and poster session.

EVENT SCHEDULE OVERVIEW
photo of students with their project

  • Morning (9:30-12:00):
      ECE 189 in ESB 1001 (9:30-11:00)
      ECE 188 in the ESB Courtyard (10:00-12:00)
      CS 189 in ESB 1001 (11:00-12:00)
  • Posters & FREE Pizza (12:00-1:00): Engineering Science (ESB) Courtyard
  • Afternoon (1:00-4:30): CS 189 in ESB 1001
  • Best Projects of 2015 Award Presentations:
      ECE 189 & ECE 188 @ 1:00
      CS 189 @ 4:30

For more information: Capstone 2015 Event Overview and Full Schedule


 
Electrical & Computer Engineering 189A/B Projects
9:30am -11:00am Engineering Sci. Bldg (ESB), Rm 1001

MORNING SESSION ONLY — 9:30am to 11:00am

  • 9:30am — Opening Remarks: Dr. John Johnson, Instructor
  • 9:45am — InfiniTable: an interactive, multifunctional table made up of individual tiles that users can connect in any configuration
    Team: William Miller, Sarah Pilkington, Charles Crain, Isaac Flores, Brian Phan
  • 10:20 — Open Sesame: a portable door security accessory that can unlock doors remotely w/ WiFi via an android or iOS app
    Team: Eric Taba, Grant Apodaca, Jeffrey Bolin, Richie Agpaoa, Evin Sellin
  • POSTERS & PIZZA LUNCH in the ESB Courtyard — 12:00-1:00pm

 
Electrical & Computer Engineering 188A/B Projects
10:00am -12:00pm Engineering Science Bldg (ESB) Courtyard

MORNING SESSION ONLY — 10:00am to 12:00pm

  • 10:00 — Fresh Box: a fresh take on the age old problem of (not-so) dirty clothes
    Sponsor: Dr. Aaron Rowe / Team – Henry Huang, Amir Khazaieli, Ernesto Ortiz, Yunwei Zhou
  • 10:25 — HummingbIRD: Stabilized Gimbal for Drone
    Sponsor: FLIR Systems / Team – Tal Bernard, Vincent Komala, Victor Wu, Patrick Yin
  • 10:55 — Inferno: Wireless Hands-Free Thermal Imager for Firefighting / Search & Rescue
    Sponsor: FLIR Systems / Team – Jason Farkas, Sullivan Morsa, Sean Tauber
  • 11:20 — SONEST: Speaker Reliability Test System
    Sponsor: Sonos / Team – Tyler Bellenfant, Connor Lamon, Nathan Pike
  • POSTERS & PIZZA LUNCH in the ESB Courtyard — 12:00-1:00pm


 
Computer Science 189A/B Projects
11:00am-4:30pm Engineering Sci. Bldg (ESB), Rm 1001

MORNING SESSION — 11:00am to 12:00pm

  • Mapfolio: mobile app that maps indoor spaces
    Sponsor: Appfolio / Team: Kazbek Seilkahanov (lead), Sidney Rhoads, Crystal Cheung, Tom Craig, Michael Qiu
  • Moose Blazers: showcase low power, high performance characteristics of using GPGPU acceleration compared to a serial processing CPU in computer vision applications
    Sponsor: Aerospace / Team: Jordan Pringle (lead), Melissa Anewalt, Scott Walstead, Peter Gaede

POSTERS & PIZZA LUNCH in the ESB Courtyard — 12:00-1:00pm

AFTERNOON SESSION (Part 1) — 1:00pm to 2:50pm

  • Struct By Lightning: smart assistant integrated with video-conferencing that observes the stream and provides real-time assistance and info
    Sponsor: Citrix / Team: Trevor Frese (lead), Evan Crook, Britt Christy, Kevin Malta
  • The Sixth Sensor: a multi-wavelength camera that allows users to capture image stacks, review images, and store files on a cloud-system 
    Sponsor: FLIR Systems / Team: Jocelyn Ramirez (lead), Jonnathan Terry, Javier Hernandez, Chris Inderwiesche, Yu-Cheol Shin
  • Treadsetters: connect a bike to the Internet of Things
    Sponsor: Qualcomm / Team: Saili Raje (lead), Duncan Sommer, Oliver Townsend, Joel Dick, George Karcher
  • NovaToast: a home detection system using a Lepton camera and thermal images
    Sponsor:
    Novacoast / Team: William Chen (lead), Brian Wan, Jacob Anderson, Jonathan Simozar, Christopher Kim
  • Mercury Squad: gather data, find meaningful correlations and potential causality, and visualize it in readable graphics
    Sponsor:
    HG Data / Team: Sean Spearman (lead), Aimee Galang, Cody Brown, Ray Smets, Tim Shen

COFFEE & SNACKS BREAK — 2:50pm to 3:00pm

AFTERNOON SESSION (Part 2) — 3:00pm to 4:30pm

  • Team Voice++: personal assistant for mobile devices that listens for voice commands and lets users to perform usually difficult tasks during a phone call
    Sponsor:
    Invoca / Team: Petros Khachatrian (lead), Chris Atanasian, Julio Garcia, Belsin Barkhosir, Sheng Zheng
  • Savvy-gnon: an application that enables farmers to monitor their crops using near-infrared imaging
    Sponsor:
    VineRangers / Team: Rick Waltman (lead), Iris Moridis, Ariel Xin, Amy Chen, Chien Wang 
  • Team Enigma: a mobile application for customers to find and match a range of products
    Sponsor:
    Raytheon / Team: Blake Husserl (lead), Rafal Wojciak, Jose Vasquez, Metehan Ozten, Ahmad Bayonis

For more information: Capstone 2015 Event Overview and Full Schedule

Hosted by: Professor Sherwood and Drs. Ben-Yaacov & Johnson