On April 11 and 12, Electrical and Computer Engineering students under the supervision of Professor Saeid Moslehpour and guidance of Professor Hisham Alnajjar attended the American Society of Engineering Education Zone I Conference and presented several project papers/posters.
Brett Bernier and Timothy A. Zimmerman both received awards for their exceptional work in the field of electrical and computer engineering.
“Automatic Glass Bottle Opener” by Brett Bernier; Advisor: Earl Hasselmark (received an award)
“The Robo: Semi-Autonomous Robot that Detects Objects and has Speech Capabilities” by Shanique Jiles; Advisor: Krista Hill
“Electromagnetic Aircraft Launching Unit (EMALU)” by Rahmi Allamadani and Feng Chen; Advisor: Professor Ladimer Nagurney
“Miniature Wireless Quadcopter” by Shawn Maxwell and Rajin Roophnath; Advisor: Professor Claudio Campana
“Neural Network Based Obstacle Avoidance Using Simulated Sensor Data” by Timothy A. Zimmerman; Advisor: Professor Abiodun Ilumoka and Professor Patricia Mellodge (received an award)
“Reverse Engineering the Volcano CAN BUS Framework for Engine Control Unit Programming” by Robert A. Hilton; Advisor: Ying Yu
“The Robo: Semi-Autonomous Robot that Detects Objects and has Speech Capabilities” by Shanique Jiles; Advisor Krista Hill