Don't miss the UCF College of Engineering and Computer Science's Fall 2019 Senior Design Showcase, featuring 70+ original inventions and designs created by collaborative teams of graduating seniors, with everything from gesture-recognition drones and basketball-playing robots, to innovative software and a turbocharged boat engine that may be the "world's highest power-to-weight-ratio outboard" that delivers 550+ horsepower yet weighs only 660 lbs (about half the weight of the most powerful engine on the market) -- sure to impress any boating enthusiast.
Many projects solve real-world problems for industry sponsors such as Coca-Cola, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Duke Energy, Orlando Utilities Commission, Florida Hospital, and Siemens. Other projects provide solutions for everyday life, from recreation, gaming and health and wellness, to resource-saving solutions for the home.
The event is free and open to all, and is perfect for anyone who loves innovative ideas and unique, interactive technology and prototypes. It's also a great way for industry partners to meet UCF's brightest rising-star engineers and computer scientists who are prepared to join the global high-tech workforce.
Monday, November 25, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., inside and outside the Engineering II building Harris Engineering Center, on UCF's main campus.
See/share the Fall 2019 Senior Design Showcase invitation.
See the Fall 2019 Senior Design Program for summaries of all projects.
Find projects with the Fall 2019 Senior Design Showcase Table Map
Location:Harris Corporation Engineering Center