Events

"Computer Engineering: ECE 189 Capstone Project Events"

Computer Engineering Seniors, ECE 189

June 7th (Friday), 9:00am

• 9:00a-12:00p – Project Presentations: Engineering Science Building (ESB), Room 1001
• 1:30-3:00p – Poster and Demo Session: Campbell Hall Courtyard


EVENT OVERVIEW
During their senior year all Computer Engineering students take the Senior Computer Systems Project aka “Capstone” courses. Every year at the end of the Spring quarter the ECE 189 final projects are presented at an industry supported and judged event where student groups publicly present their projects.

EVENT DETAILS – FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 2019
Morning (ECE 189 Capstone Project Presentation Event)
• 9:00a-12:00p – CE Project Presentations in the Engineering Science Bldg (ESB), Room 1001
Afternoon (Engineering Design Expo – EDx)
• 1:30-3:00p – EDx Poster Session at the Campbell Hall Courtyard


MORNING SESSION (9:00am-12:00pm) – ECE 189 CAPSTONE PROJECT PRESENTATIONS


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9:00 – Opening Remarks: Dr. Yoga Isukapalli

9:05 – Hands-On Flight  (Arveng Technologies): a glove embedded with an array of sensors that provides intuitive real-time control over a drone. Team: Oscar Wang, Alex Berlanga, Eduardo Olmos, Juan Reyes, Miguel Berlanga

9:30 – IEA Linguistics (IEA Lab): an interactive voice assistant that incorporates natural language processing and automation to assist integrated circuit product engineers. Team: Ryan Kirkpatrick, Dali Xiao, Dang Nguyen, Min Yang

9:55 – Cloud Control (AeroVironment): a wireless communication system which remotely transmits voice data to a drone which then broadcasts it to any targets below. Team: Andrew Thompson, Anna Lee, Brent Morada, Reed Taylor

10:20 – Watchdog (NASA): aids astronauts in correctly adhering to mission procedures by utilizing computer vision and sensor embedded tools to provide guidance when necessary. Team: Ryan Lorica, Anzhe Ye, Jiacheng Liu, Jingzhe Chen, Liqiang Mei

10:45 – Drone Scout (LGS Innovations): a self-contained, FPGA accelerated millimeter wave radar system capable of collecting detailed information of drones, such as size and speed, in a targeted area. Team: Austin Hwang, Anthony Chen, Maga Kim, Sung In Kim

11:10 – BLiPS (Arthrex): a real time indoor positioning system that tracks the movement of doctors and nurses in an operating room environment. Team: Matt Speck, Ahmed Saied, Amber Du, Kevin La

11:35 – Eternal Flight (Toyon Research Corp.): an in-flight battery exchange system that extends drones flight time by eliminating the need to land and recharge. Team: Aditya Wadaskar, Kyle Douglas, Richard Boone, Sang Min Oh, Sayali Kakade

More information about the ECE 189 Capstone Project Presentation Event


AFTERNOON SESSION (1:30-3:00pm) – COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING DESIGN EXPO (EDx) at the Campbell Hall Courtyard


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Poster Session in the Courtyard (1:30-3:00pm)
Student teams from Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Electrical & Computer Engineering will be displaying posters and presenting final prototypes of their full year senior design projects. During this time, a panel of judges will review all the projects and select award winners. Attendees are invited to explore the various projects, speak to the students, and enjoy complimentary refreshments.

More info about the College of Engineering’s EDx Event

ABOUT THE COMPUTER ENGINEERING CAPSTONE PROJECTS
The Capstone Project (ECE 189 or CS 189) courses give Computer Engineering students the opportunity to put their education into practice. Students, working in small teams, design and engineer innovative hardware and software systems using techniques from robotics, distributed systems, circuit design, networking, and real-time systems to tackle problems and create a final “tangible” project.

THE ECE 189 PROJECTS ARE VERY APPRECIATIVE OF OUR PARTNERS AND SUPPORTERS
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