Check out the projects
The Innovation Showcase online guide provides information at your fingertips about all of the projects participating in this semester’s Innovation Showcase.
The projects below presented at the spring 2023 event on Friday, April 28, 2023.
The Aviation Programs offer degrees that combine academic studies with professional flight and aviation training. State-of-the-art training and simulation facilities promote realistic immersion for an optimal learning experience.
Embedded Systems Design (EGR 314)
A cornerstone of this course is the mid-semester design reviews that allow students to present their designs — such as wearable robots in the Spring 2022 semester — to various mentors who are industry members from Intel, Microchip, Texas Instruments, Fender and other major companies with operations in Arizona. Read more.
eProjects (EGR 402)
This program prepares students to be creative problem solvers who help shape the future. Students collaborate in teams to design, manufacture and deliver innovative technological products and services. Industry partners sponsor many of these projects, bringing unmatched, real-world experiences into the learning environment.
Engineering Projects in Community Service
The Engineering Projects in Community Service program, known as EPICS, is a national award-winning social entrepreneurship program. Teams design, build and deploy systems to solve engineering-based problems for charities, schools and other not-for-profit organizations.
Human systems engineering
Human Systems Engineering combines engineering and psychology to design systems consistent with human capabilities and limitations.
Information technology students design and create network architectures, configure and administer complex computer and database systems, create and manage effective websites, or design and process interactive media solutions.
The software engineering program in the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence blends engineering, computing, project leadership and software construction. Students learn how to make creative software solutions to solve global issues. Industry partners sponsor many of these projects, bringing unmatched, real-world experiences into the learning environment.
Students of the SolarSPELL (Solar Powered Educational Learning Library) initiative are confronting the realities of low-resource contexts with an ultra-portable, ruggedized, education-focused digital library, designed to build internet-ready skills in an offline environment.