13 industry and non-profit sponsored projects - 62 seniors, come and see how St. Thomas engineers make it happen!
Friday, May 6, 2011 - Friday, May 6, 2011
2:30 PM - 5:00 PM
University of St. Thomas School of Engineering
O'Shaunghnessy Science Building - Frey Science and Engineering Complex
St. Paul Campus
2115 Summit Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55105
(click on View Map link above to pin point the building on campus)
Free and Open to the Public!
For the past several months engineering teams from the University of St. Thomas have been challenged by regional companies and non-profits to tackle some very difficult problems. From new medical devices to sensors, from alternative energy to improved manufacturing systems, the teams will have their working prototypes on display. If you haven't seen it before, its worth a trip. If you've seen it before, there are 13 new projects and 62 amazing senior engineers who will remind you that the seeds of technical leadership in the region start at St. Thomas. See you here!
From small start-ups to the largest companies in the Twin Cities, all find value in the thousands of hours of work put into each project. And the students shine in seeing their ideas at first fail and then come to fruition in the real world.
See the 2011 Senior Design Brochure to read more information about each of the projects. The event has been moved to the Frey Science and Engineering Complex Atrium in the O'Shaughnessy Science Building (see map for details).
Here is list of this year's projects and company sponsors - thank you sponsors!
Solar-Wind Hybrid Power System- Windstrip LLC
Graphics Applicator- 3M
Fall Detection Device- Courage Center 3
Electrolysis Based Water Purification Device-CTI / Cargill Foundation.
Steam Quality Monitoring System- Emerson
Formula SAE Frame Design – FSAE Club / University of St. Thomas.
Magnetic Drive Transmission - Future Force
Precision Plenum Monitor for Laser Cutting- LasX Industries, Inc.
Static Electricity Jacket for Power Generation – Lockheed Martin
Persistent Gliding Waterframe (Seaglider)- University of Beira Interior - Portugal
Multi-Linkage Mechanical Creature - University of St. Thomas
Pipe Lining System- 3M
Wind Tunnel Test Section –Emerson/ University of St. Thomas