Four engineering research teams have been selected to participate in the 37th Annual California State University Student Research Competition. These teams own a spot at the event through a competitive process conducted by the SSU Office of Research and Sponsored Programs. SSU is sending ten teams to the competition this year. The groups are:
- Cooperative Landing for Unmanned Aerial and Ground Vehicles, Bryce Jensen, Advisor: Dr. Nansong Wu
- EMOTE: A Wearable Device for Emotion Estimation and Classification, Jorge Romero, Flor Luna, Oscar Avendano, and Gabe Esquibel, Advisor: Dr. Mohamed Salem
- Non-Invasive Blood Glucose Monitoring using Breath Volatile Organic Compounds, Sokiyna Naser, Anja Damazyn, Rubi Santiago Martinez, and Het Patel, Advisors: Dr. Sudhir Shrestha and Dr. Deborah Roberts
- Smooth Power, David Cheng, Nick Davis, and Noah Mervine. Advisor: Dr. Mohamed Salem
The CSU Student Research Competition is an annual event that brings together scholars from the 23 campuses of our California State University system. The competition showcases undergraduate and graduate research, scholarship, and creative works by recognizing outstanding student accomplishments. Undergraduate and graduate student participants from all disciplines are judged by experts for their oral presentations and written abstracts. This year, the competition is taking place on April 28 & 29 at San Diego State University.
Congratulations to all the students and advisors on being selected to go to San Diego and all best wishes for the competition!