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Senior Design Projects

CSE Senior Design Course Overview

 

CSE4939W and CSE4940 are the basis for a year long Computer Science & Engineering Design sequence and capstone project required for all CSE and CS majors that began in Fall 2012. In this sequence, the students embark on a realistic project taking it from requirements analysis to design, implementation, testing and production release. Each project is staffed by a team of 3-6 students working under the guidance of a faculty advisor. Projects will employ either waterfall or agile design methodologies and will make use of modern technologies spanning database, real-time operating systems, simulations, optimization, and computer graphics to build software that runs on mobile devices (e.g., iOS, Android), laptops, desktops or client-server architectures via web-based applications.

Students are expected to learn team management and project design skills and demonstrate their abilities with software authoring. They experience the realities associated with real-life software design and development. Successful teams design, build and deploy software and documentation that is at least of beta-level quality by the completion of the second semester.

In 2015-2016 25 teams of students completed these courses and their project results are summarized here.

In 2014-2015 17 teams of students completed these courses and their project results are summarized here.

In 2013-2014 15 teams of students completed these courses and their project results are summarized here.

In 2012-2013 7 teams of students completed these courses and their project results are summarized here.

 

 

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