For the first time, a team of faculty and students participated in the The Global City Teams Challenge (GCTC) Tech Jam and presented their project proposal within the Internet-of-Things (IoT) Enabled Smart City Framework.
Undergraduate Taylor Jones spent the summer working on a project he probably never anticipated when he became an Electrical Engineering student: designing the building the motors and switches for enrichment devices for the chimpanzees at Oakland Zoo (Figure 1).
A team of undergraduate Electrical Engineering students, Omar Alvarez Tinajero and Aaron Marquez, have developed the first remote power monitoring system for Microbial Fuel Cells (MFCs) (Insights, Fall 2016
Above are pictures of their presentation (MFC Remote Monitoring Syatem) in Stanford.
On April 20th, 2017 the engineering students and faculty participated in the Investiture Mini Conference. Three teams of engineering students presented their biomedical related projects, including the Smart Cane, SpecDetect, Seizure Detection projects.
This year nine teams of engineering students showcased their senior design projects.
Every Spring the Electrical Engineering students enrolled in Introduction to Microcontroller System course (EE 310) present their final projects in Salazar Hall. This year the students exhibited very unique and interesting projects ranging from Smart Bike to Electronic Jackpot.