The Engineering Senior Design Expo provides students with a chance to present their work to a broad audience inclusive of fellow students, faculty and industry partners.
Students test their technical thinking and communication skills by presenting posters and discussing prototypes developed as part of their senior design course offered during the spring semester.
Last year, over 120 engineering projects were presented by students from throughout the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Held in Davis Hall, the event was divided into three sessions and showcased a mix of industry-sponsored and self-defined biomedical, chemical, electrical, environmental, industrial, interdisciplinary (civil and mechanical) and mechanical engineering projects.
Undergraduate engineering and applied sciences seniors who are enrolled in a capstone design course.
We gratefully acknowledge our Engineering Partners for supporting our senior design students.
Many companies and external partners sponsor the Senior Design Expo through the Engineering Partnership Program, or provide sponsorship or mentorship for a specific senior design project. > Learn more about senior design sponsorship.