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Students Present Papers and Posters at American Society of Engineering Education Conference


Posted 04/18/2014
Submitted by Saeid Moslehpour
Category: Campus Announcements, Student Announcements

ECE Students & Dr. Moslehpour
ECE Students & Dr. Moslehpour

Timothy A. Zimmerman Award
Timothy A. Zimmerman Award

Brett Bernier Award
Brett Bernier Award

On April 11 and 12, Electrical and Computer Engineering students under the supervision of Professor Saeid Moslehpour and guidance of Professor Hisham Alnajjar attended the American Society of Engineering Education Zone I Conference and presented several project papers/posters.

Brett Bernier and Timothy A. Zimmerman both received awards for their exceptional work in the field of electrical and computer engineering.

  1. “Automatic Glass Bottle Opener” by Brett Bernier; Advisor: Earl Hasselmark (received an award)

  2. “The Robo: Semi-Autonomous Robot that Detects Objects and has Speech Capabilities” by Shanique Jiles; Advisor: Krista Hill

  3. “Electromagnetic Aircraft Launching Unit (EMALU)” by Rahmi Allamadani and Feng Chen; Advisor: Professor Ladimer Nagurney

  4. “Miniature Wireless Quadcopter” by Shawn Maxwell and Rajin Roophnath; Advisor: Professor Claudio Campana

  5. “Neural Network Based Obstacle Avoidance Using Simulated Sensor Data” by Timothy A. Zimmerman; Advisor: Professor Abiodun Ilumoka and Professor Patricia Mellodge (received an award)

  6. “Reverse Engineering the Volcano CAN BUS Framework for Engine Control Unit Programming” by Robert A. Hilton; Advisor: Ying Yu

  7. “The Robo: Semi-Autonomous Robot that Detects Objects and has Speech Capabilities” by Shanique Jiles; Advisor Krista Hill

http://www.asee2014.org/

http://www.asee-ne.org/

ECE Students & Dr. Moslehpour
ECE Students & Dr. Moslehpour

Timothy A. Zimmerman Award
Timothy A. Zimmerman Award

Brett Bernier Award
Brett Bernier Award