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Design Symposium Held December 1, 2011


December 6, 2011 —

Design Symposium Held December 1, 2011

Over 130 college seniors representing architectural, civil, chemical, petroleum, electrical and computer engineering and computer science exhibited and presented individual and team design projects at our annual College of Engineering and Applied Science Senior Design Symposium. Their projects were evaluated and assessed by over 20 judges representing business, industry, and the University. Students were required to design, and in some cases fabricate the project selected with their advisers.


Over 40 individual projects were presented during the symposium. Projects included a new design approaches for 15th street between Garfield and Willett Drive, Design of a Wind Turbine Tower Test facility, Ibuprofen Pain patch, Fracture Simulations, UW Performing Arts Center Designs, Automated Frost Free Hydrant and many more.  A complete list of the projects is included in this year's program.


 The UW College of Engineering and Applied Science would like to thank the Rocky Mountain Power Foundation and the Volpi/Cupal Electrical Engineering Design Fund for sponsorship of the symposium.

Symposium Award Winners for 2011

Computer Science had a tie for first place between two groups: GreekedIn which comprised of Zeb Fross, Paul Ogle, and Odion Oisamoje and Red vs. Blue with members Mark Allen, Will Dowd, and Keith Ellington.

Civil and Architectural Engineering awarded Best Transportation Design for their Roundabout Design for the intersection of 15th & Grand to Carlos Casas, Philip Mann, and Evgeniya Tyson.

Electrical and Computer Engineering awarded Best Senior Design Project (single person team) to Tony Allen for his project on Cellular-Based Multimedia Alert Home Security System and Best Senior Design Project (two person team) to Patrick McDowell and Ben Lampe for their Smokehouse Automation Design project.

Chemical and Petroleum Engineering's Best Presentation went to Team Biosolc which included Alyssa Hughes, Neil Neuberger, Shuai Tan, and Kelsey Thrush for their project "The Implementation of Organosoly Pretreatment Into a Cellulosic Ethanol Plant"

Photo: Patrick McDowell explains how the Smokehouse Automation Design works that was created by Patrick and Ben Lampe.

 

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