In Senior Design, students spend two semesters applying their technical knowledge and creative minds to real engineering problems.
Students work on Project I in cooperation with local industry, other external clients, and university sponsored projects — outlining specifications, proposals, time schedules, and paper designs. Teams meet periodically with their client to review designs, provide written and oral progress reports, and eventually give a final presentation at the culmination of the semester. Evaluation is based on individual and team performance.
The second semester of Senior Design is a continuation of Project I. Project II asks students to fabricate and test a prototype. Teams then deliver a demonstration and documentation of the functioning system to their client. Evaluation based on individual and team performance.
During the 15th Annual Southern Tier Speedworld Car Show, engineers from Binghamton University presented a high-mileage car and mini baja.
ECE student Rory Haggerty said "It's good to apply our learned engineering concepts to things we're passionate about. Everyone here at this show is passionate about racing."
Color and Light
Hollow Projection Mask MDP 20
Engineering Entertainment and Fun
(Source: WBNG Staff)
May 13, 2011
Convolution Reverb Stompbox MDP 20
View Convolution Reverb Stompbox MDP 20 Senior Project Spring 2011. This Sr. Project uses electrical engineering-an impulse response and input audio signal to add an echo effect to a sound.
Undersea MineHunter MDP 01
View Undersea MineHunter project MDP 01 Senior Project Spring 2011. This Sr. project uses a simulation of a currently fielded system that locates and neutralizes under sea mines.
Hydrogen Production Unit
View electrical and mechanical engineering students collecting data while generating hydrogen to verify the production rate of their senior capstone project.
Students build a 1 kW wind turbine from scratch.
Last Updated: 3/5/13