School of Engineering and Computing Sciences News
Apr 30 2012
SoECS Senior Design Presentations

School of Engineering and Computing Sciences
Senior Design Projects and Thesis/MS Projects Presentations
Monday, May 7, 2012 – Friday, May 18, 2012
 

Monday, May 7, 2012 

7 p.m. Energy Management Thesis, Practicum or Research Presentations
Old Westbury: Theobald Hall, Room 409

Students will present the following projects:

  1. Mr. Jonathan Johrden: “Sustainable Water Systems in Costa Rica”
  2. Mr. Osman Kose: “Nuclear Power After the Fukushima Accident”
  3. Mr. Dean Robb: “Solar Powered Heating and Cooling Systems”
  4. Mr. Christopher Ruggeri: “Cellulosic Ethanol from Municipal Waste”
  5. Mr. Gursharan Singh: “ITER - International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor”

 

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

10 a.m. Electrical and Computer Engineering Senior Design Project (EENG 491) Presentations and Demonstrations
Manhattan: Building TBA, Room TBA

Students will present the following projects:

  1. Quanser Ball-on-plate Design (Team: CCBE)
  2. Collision Avoidance System (Team: Droid)
  3. Collision Avoidance System (Team: Electron)
  4. Object Tracking Robot (Team: Epoch)
  5. Stair Climbing Robot (Team: Final Fantasy 4)
  6. Collision Avoidance System (Team: Heroes)
  7. Collision Avoidance System (Team: High Voltage)
  8. Indoor Geolocation System (Team: Inspiration)
  9. Posture Detection Device for Parkinson's Disease Patients (Team:  Intelligence)
  10. Quanser Ball-on-plate Design (Team:  iRobot)
  11. Posture Detection Device for Parkinson's Disease Patients (Team:  Light Saver)
  12. Block Removal Robot (Team:  Magic)
  13. Posture Detection Device for Parkinson's Disease Patients (Team: Precision)
  14. Robotic Hand (Team: Transformer)

4 p.m. Electrical and Computer Engineering Design Project (EENG-489) Presentations and Demonstrations
Manhattan: Building TBA, Room TBA

Three groups will present the following projects:

  1. Brainwave Controlled System (Team: A-Team)
  2. Design and Implementation of Multicast Scheduler on NetFPGA (Team: Alpha)
  3. Navigational Assistive Device for the Visually Impaired (Team: Columbus)

 

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

11 a.m. Computer Science Senior Project (CSCI-455-M01) Final Demonstrations and Project Presentations Manhattan campus: 1855 Broadway, Room 801
There will be 12 group presentations.

3 p.m. Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology Seminar Project (ETEC-495-M01) Final Demonstrations and Project Presentations
Manhattan campus: 1855 Broadway, Room 810

Five groups will present the following projects:

  1. Intelligent Attendance System
  2. Enhancements made to a Romba robot
  3. Design of an EKG analog  interface board for the MicaZ microcontroller based mote sensor boards
  4. Quad copter  Design
  5. Microcontroller based measurements

3 p.m. Environmental Technology Audit or Design Project presentations
Old Westbury: Theobald Hall, Room 309

Four students will present the following projects:
1. Karthik Maniam:  “Design of Treatment Technology to Remove Arsenic from Drinking Water”
2. Tharun Kumar Emmadishetty:  “Contaminated Water Remediation by Nano-Technology”
3. Slava Sadoun:  “Cloud Computing, Sever Virtualization and Carbon Emissions”
4. Brian Barth:  “Design of a Graduate Level Introductory GIS Course for Env. Tech and Energy Management” 

 

Thursday, May 10, 2012

3:30 p.m. Environmental Technology Audit or Design Project presentations
Manhattan campus: 26 W 61st Building, Room 011

 

Friday, May 11, 2012

10 a.m. Computer Science / Information, Network & Computer Security / Electrical & Computer Engineering
(CSCI/INCS/ECE-870-W01/W02) Final Project Presentations
Old Westbury: Room TBD
There will be 19 presentations from students.


Monday, May 14, 2012

10 a.m. Computer Science and Information, Network & Computer Security (CSCI/INCS-870-W01/W02) Final
Project Presentations
Manhattan campus: 1855 Broadway, Room 801
There will be 25 presentations from students. 

 

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

5:45 p.m. Mechanical Engineering Design Project (MENG 470) 
Old Westbury: Harry Schure Hall, Room B15
 

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

4 p.m. Electrical and Computer Engineering Design Project (EENG 489) Presentations and Demonstrations
Old Westbury: Harry Schure Hall, Room B14

Two groups will present the following projects:

  1. Guardian Stroller
  2. Robotic Arm

 

Friday, May 18, 2012

2:30 p.m. Electrical and Computer Engineering Senior Design Project (EENG 491) Presentations and
Demonstrations
Old Westbury: Harry Schure Hall, Room B14

Students will present the following projects:

  1. Sleep Apnea Monitoring and Alarming System (supported in part by NSF TUES grant)
  2. ECG Monitoring System (supported in part by NSF TUES grant)
  3. Self-Adjustable Solar Panel 
  4. Two-Dimensional Ball Balancer 
  5. Acoustic Localization 

3 p.m. Computer Science Senior Project (CSCI-455-W01) Final Demonstrations and Project Presentations
Old Westbury: Harry Schure Hall, Room

Students will present the following projects:

  1. Stock Investment Support System 
  2. Battleship: Space 
  3. Interview Assistant 
  4. Speech Assistant 
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