Events

"Computer Engineering – ECE 189A/B Capstone Project Presentation Day"

CE Seniors – ECE 189A/B, UCSB Computer Engineering Program

June 8th (Thursday), 10:15am
Engineering Science Building (ESB), Room 1001 and Courtyard


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

ELECTRICAL & COMPUTER ENGINEERING 189A/B PROJECT PRESENTATIONS
10:15a – 2:45p in the Engineering Science Bldg (ESB), Room 1001 and Courtyard

EVENT SCHEDULE OVERVIEW

  • Morning (10:15am-12:00pm) in ESB 1001 – opening remarks & three project presentations
  • Lunch (12:00-1:00pm) in the ESB Courtyard – Project Posters & FREE Pizza
  • Afternoon (1:00-2:30pm) in ESB 1001 – three project presentations
  • Best Project Award Presentation (2:45pm) in the ESB Courtyard Stairway

MORNING SESSION — 10:15am-12:00pm

10:15am — Opening Remarks: Dr. John Johnson, Instructor
10:30 — IR Hub: a device that allows users to turn their smartphone into a universal remote, giving them control over their living room with nothing more than their phone’s Bluetooth and the Hub
Team: Nathan Bradley, Jesus Castro, Jeremiah Prousalis
11:00 – Gestur: a virtual reality glove focused on obtaining a high degree of precision between the movements of the hand and how it is represented in virtual space
Team: Ryan Kaveh, Kyle Carson, Jon Young
11:30 – * Sonos COM: an intercom device that lets the user broadcast their voice to any Sonos system in their home
Team: Brian Sandler, Brenden Fujishige, Marcellis Carr-Barfield, Richard Wei, Subhodeep Choudhury, Seyed Mohammad Ghazitabrizi

* Multidisciplinary Team includes Mechanical Engineering and Electrical & Computer Engineering students

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

AFTERNOON SESSION — 1:00-2:30pm

1:00 – * FLIR Helios: a wireless, WIFI-enabled security camera that harnesses energy from the sun to bring peace of mind to your home
Team: Ben May, Carlos Beltran, Salim Benhaddou, Garrison Carter, Aaron
Chang
1:30 – * UCSB Hyperloop: a communications, telemetry, and control unit for UCSB’s entry into SpaceX’s Hyperloop Pod Competition
Team: Yang Ren, Tristan Seroff, Asitha Kaduwela, Jesus Diera
2:00 – OstraCam: an underwater low-light stereo imaging instrument to aid in observations of biological activity
Team: Paul Killam, Christina Lim, Oliver Thio

* Multidisciplinary Team includes Mechanical Engineering and Electrical & Computer Engineering students

BEST PROJECT AWARDS in the ESB Courtyard Stairway — 2:45pm

Hosted by: The Computer Engineering Program