16 OSE Engineering Design Day Projects

    Date Posted: 
    Thursday, April 13, 2017

    University of Arizona College of Optical Sciences Engineering Design Day

    College of Optical Sciences' OSE students will contribute 16 projects to 2017 UA Engineering Design Day, taking place on May 1. All are invited to view the displays on the UA Mall and in the Student Union Memorial Center Grand Ballroom from 11 a.m.-4 p.m., and to attend the awards ceremony from 4-5:30 p.m.

    "Engineering Design Day is our biggest event; there’s nothing else like it," said College of Engineering Dean Jeff Goldberg. "It is the ultimate proving ground for our students and a unique opportunity for employers to see on a grand scale what our students, with industry and faculty partners, can achieve."

    OSE Projects

    • Robotic Softball Umpire
    • 3-D Laser Scanner
    • Optical Ubassembly Alignment Station
    • Tissue Imaging and Selective Reagent Dispense System
    • Bifurcated Fiber Optic Cable System for Orion Spacecraft Heat Shield Spectrometer
    • Beam-Pointing Stability Test Bench
    • Consumer-Augmented Reality Device
    • Laser-Guided Robotic Terminal for Prebonding Part Alignment
    • Automotive Lidar Collision-Avoidance System
    • Feasibility of a Windscreen Head-Up Display
    • Nanoparticle Tracking and Analysis System
    • Unpowered Exoskeleton
    • Remote Water Tank Sensors for Reducing Ranchoperating Costs
    • Design, Fabrication, and Integration of Sensors for Space Object Characterization
    • Robotic Laboratory for Distance Education
    • Subsea Illumination for Remotely Operated Vehicles

    For more details on the event, please see the official Design Day website, the UA Master Calendar Event and the UA Engineering news article. Don't forget to download the Design Day app for the iPhone or Android mobile devices.