Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE 188)
Thursday, June 2nd, 2022
An event held by the ECE Department to showcase Electrical Engineering (EE) student teams and their “Capstone” senior year design projects
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POSTERS & PROJECTS SESSION
11:45 am to 1:00 pm – Posters & Projects & Pizza in the ESB Courtyard
Student teams from Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering will be displaying posters and presenting final prototypes of their full-year senior design projects. Attendees are all invited to explore the various projects, speak to the students, and enjoy some complimentary refreshments.
ECE 188 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PROJECT PRESENTATIONS
1:00 to 4:40pm – Engineering Science Building (ESB), Room 1001
1:00 – multidisciplinary project with Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering
A one-tenth scale autonomous car using real-time perception and control to navigate to its destination on a college campus
Team: Selim Karahan, Eduardo Lopez, Brian Montoya, Justice Shephard, Haodong Wu
3:10 – a platform for developing a laser based horticultural lighting system that can provide optimized light for plant growth without the detrimental heat generation of LED and lamp based lighting systems
Team: Roberto Perez, Gary Shen, Christian Wu, David Zhou, Terry Zhuang
3:50 – Maskless Projection Lithography: a novel lithography process that allows the end-user to go straight from design into manufacturing devices
Team: Emily Ashikari, Ryan Avila, Sanaaya Lakdawala, Alex McGee, Nirav Pakala, Salim Tarazi
EE / ME Multi-disciplinary Projects
The following multi-disciplinary Electrical Engineering / Mechanical Engineering projects teams will also be presenting their posters at this event.
And, on June 3 (Fri) from 2:00 to 5:00pm at Campbell Hall, the same teams will be presenting their posters and prototype demos at the College of Engineering's Capstone Expo 2022.