On April 28th, Senior Design Day was held in Gampel Pavilion with 26 teams presenting their projects for CSE. Each year leading manufacturing and insurance companies, financial institutions, medical firms, consulting practices, as well as local and state government agencies partner with our department through Senior Design Projects. These are cost-effective ways to work with Computer Science & Engineering seniors on a company project or a technical/design challenge without a large investment.
Each project was staffed by a team of 3-6 students working under the guidance of a faculty advisor. Projects were judged in the morning by a group of evaluators from industry and academia. Evaluations were based on the overall quality of the project and its presentation including: project idea, impact, design, interface, the poster, the demo of the prototype, and the students’ communication skills. Winners received prizes for placing first, second, and third place. This year’s outstanding projects included:
First Place-Team 24: Distributed Computing on the Blockchain: Electronic Pollbooks over the Ethereum; Jessica Li, Lauren Biernacki, Aimee DiPietro and Sheryl Choi.
Second Place-Team 26: Personal Cardiac Arrhythmia Detection via Smart Wearables; Dalton Miner, Dale Galloway-Haggett, Eric van Heel, Scott Cote and Daniel Almanzar.
Third Place-Team 10: Modular Security Framework; David Engel, Nathan Ramdial, Gavin Li, Kyle Heitman and Tony Pham.
Congratulations to all seniors for another successful
Senior Design Day and we wish you continued success in all your endeavors!