Seniors Present Capstone Projects at Engineering Design Day

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    Thursday, May 8, 2014

    OSC's senior undergraduates gathered on Tuesday to present their interdisciplinary capstone projects at UA's 2014 Engineering Design Day. Thirty-three B.S. in OSE students on 15 different teams culminated two semesters (and several years!) of hard work with posters and prototypes scattered across the Mall and in the Student Union.

    A fabric backboard displays the UA College of Engineering logo and several of its disciplines, including remote sensing and photonics

    As usual, our students shone. Prizewinning teams featuring optical scientists and engineers were "Vision System for Automotive Cluster," which included Lee Johnson and Jeremy Katz and won the Sensintel Systems Best Overall Design Second Prize; "Saguaro Border Surveillance System," which included Jeffrey Wilhite and won the AGM Container Controls Most Manufacturable Design award; and "NASA Remote Imaging System Acquisition," which included Alexander Felli and Adrianna Vera and won the Edmund Optics Perseverance and Recovery award.

    Photos from the event are now available.