Highlights from E-Days 2022. Video by Russ Dickerson.
Photos by John Eisele.
The Lory Student Center plaza and ballroom were abuzz April 22 for E-Days, the annual senior design celebration for engineering students. One of the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering’s signature spring events, E-Days gives graduating seniors a chance to publicly showcase their projects while engaging with community, industry and prospective students.
E-Days prize winners
A handful of student project teams came away with top honors from E-Days 2022.
- 1st – Expandable Sheath for Minimally Invasive Gallstone Removal
- 2nd – SnifTek
- 3rd – Compression Inserts for the Quatro Socket
Chemical and Biological Engineering
- 1st – Tolmar
- 2nd – An Autonomous Drone for the Detection of Harmful Algal Blooms
- 3rd – COVID-19 Virus Extraction
Civil and Environmental Engineering
- 1st – Ram Wastewater Solutions
- 2nd – Green & Gold Inc.
- 3rd – Topo Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering
- 1st – Regenerative Braking Electric Skateboard
- 2nd – Electric GoKart
- 3rd – Emulation of Aerospace Actuation Systems
- 1st – NASA Robotic Mining
- 2nd – Prosthesis for Quadruple Amputee
- 3rd – Motorbike Swingarm Guards
Mechanical Engineering Research Practicum
- 1st – Nick Katsampes
- 2nd – Brady Hine
- 3rd – Jenna Stubbers