IR Scout, Autoponix, String Cheese, and NP Compete teams given awards at the 2014 Senior Capstone Project Presentation event held on June 5th, 2014 in the Engineering Science Building and Courtyard.
During their senior year, all Computer Engineering (ECE & CS 189A/B) and some Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE 188A/B) students take a two quarter Senior Project course also know as the Senior “Capstone” Project.
The Capstone project gives students the opportunity to put their education into practice. Students, working in small teams, design and engineer innovative hardware and software systems. At the end of the Spring quarter the final projects are presented at a full-day, industry-sponsored event where student groups publicly present their projects and participate in an outdoor lunchtime project demonstration and poster event.
This year’s project team awardees:
Best Electrical & Computer Engineering ECE188A/B Capstone Project Prize
IR Scout: Scouting Hazardous Environments Thermal Imaging. Team – Josh Kay, Azim Muqtadir, Ryan Stevenson
Weihan David Wang Computer Engineering / Computer Science / Electrical Engineering Capstone Poster Prize (co-winners)
NP-Compete (CS 189): a platform to enable users to broadcast video peer-to-peer, using minimal centralized server resources, and only their web browser. Team: Daniel Vicory (lead), Nicole Theokari, Omar Masri, Jerry Medina, Justin Liang
String Cheese (CS 189): a UAV capable of surveying a farmer’s field that detects environmental hazards in order to fix them before they harm the crop or the environment. Team: Alexander Huitric (lead), EJ Fernandes, Drew Hascall, Jasen Worden
James Cheng-Yuan Hong Best Computer Engineering ECE189A/B Capstone Project Prize
AutoPonix: an automated water quality monitor and adjustment system for the maintenance of an aquaponics system. Team: Greg Swanson (leader), Ludim Castillo, Ryan Born, Manuel Perez, Alex King
George Chen Best Computer Engineering / Computer Science CS189A/B Capstone Project Prize
String Cheese: a UAV capable of surveying a farmer’s field that detects environmental hazards in order to fix them before they harm the crop or the environment. Team: Alexander Huitric (lead), EJ Fernandes, Drew Hascall, Jasen Worden
You can learn more about the other amazing projects at the following webpages: