ISR News Story
ENES 489P holds undergraduate systems design competition
On May 7, Professor John Baras’s (ECE/ISR) capstone course ENES 489P "Hands-On Systems Engineering Projects" held its end-of-the-semester Undergraduate Systems Engineering Design Conference. Ten teams, made up of 44 students from Electrical and Computer Engineering, Bioengineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Aerospace Engineering presented the results of their model-based systems engineering design projects.
The presentations and projects were judged by a distinguished panel, including William Bradley, Senior Systems Engineer, ManTech International Corp.; John Kenyon, Senior Vice President, Engineering, Hughes Network Systems; Steven W. Mitchell, Lockheed Martin Master Systems Architect, Lockheed Martin Corp.; Brooks Polk, Senior Systems Engineer, ManTech International Corp.; and Vijay Srinivasan, Chief, Manufacturing Systems Integration Division, National Institute of Standards and Technology.
The top three teams were awarded prizes sponsored by ManTech International Corp. and Dr. Baras, the Lockheed Martin Chair in Systems Engineering.
First Place: UAV Package Delivery System
Second Place: Telecommunications for Mobile Healthcare
Third Place: Automated Suspension and Braking Systems for an Automobile
Additional projects and team members included:
Drone Implementation for Flood Disaster Relief
Electronic Medical Record System
Mine Clearing UAV
Space Environment Control System
Wireless Optical Communications System
May 9, 2014