Engineering Center of Excellence students showcase projects during session in weCreate.
Innovation and ingenuity were on display in weCreate as Shattuck-St. Mary’s Engineering Center of Excellence students showcased their projects during an Open House session on Thursday, May 18.
From rocket designs and the utilization of virtual reality technology to the designing of a prosthetic hand and an autonomous vehicle, a wide range creative ideas, thoughtful research, and engineering skills were on full display.
List of Projects:
First Year Students
Nash Mahler ’17- Bicycle Frame Design and Analysis
Jonah Kagen ’18- Static and Dynamic Analysis of a Quad Copter Frame
Jeff Wang ’18- Autonomous Vehicle Design and Programming
Nathan Hillesheim ’19, Lucas Humel ’19, and Sophie Williams ’19- Animatronic Dinosaur Design and Fabrication
Nick Huo ’19- Computer Design for Virtual Reality
Julia Park ’19- Arduino Sign Project
Irene Yoon ’19- Model Rocket Design, Analysis, and Fabrication
Anita Zhang ’19- Structure and Beam Analysis
Kade Reese ’20- Virtual Reality Programming Development
Second and Third Year Students
Morgan Friday ’17 and Misa Patel ’18- Static Analysis and Fabrication of Composite Bodies
Devin Gettman ’17- Composite Fabrication and Aerodynamic Analysis of a Race Car Body
Madlynne Mills ’17 and Brette Pettet ’17- Prosthetic Hand for Elizabeth
Robert Zhao ’17 and Steve Li ’17- Drone Technology
Emma Yan ’18- Epoxy Demo and Experimentation
Last modified on May. 18th, 2017 at 1:13pm by Ryan Cardarella.
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