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  • Schauer, Adam (2020)
    This project yielded a functional Scanning Fabry-Perot Interferometer (SFPI), which is a critical device for measuring the wavelengths of propagating light and their respective optical power. Specifically, this SFPI model ...
  • Boutelle, Chris (2014)
    This project seeks to develop a data logging showerhead. More specifically the project aims to create a water meter powered by the flow of water. The majority of the time was spent researching and investigating generator ...
  • Powell, Josh; Higashi, Yosuke; Ho, Matt (2018)
    We added self-driving capabilities to Emily Kan and Danielle Miller's go-kart from their 2006 E90 project, further modified by Michael Chen and Chris Grasberger in 2017. We were able to achieve our main project goals ...
  • Gilchrist-Scott, Andrew; Taylor, Andrew (2016)
    The problem of automatically identifying humans in a space, tracking their motions, and predicting future locations in real time has not been attempted in the current literature. We propose a system to do this, by establishing ...
  • Abitino, Angelina; Chung, Won (2018)
    Given the increase in massive datasets and powerful data mining techniques in combination with advanced computational power, the use of artificial intelligence in order to improve our everyday lives is currently being ...
  • Alto, Cosmo (2016)
    A melodic audio signal harmonization algorithm was designed in MATLAB, implemented in C code, then run on a C2000 Piccolo F28069 Control Card and Experimenter's Kit from Texas Instruments. Using four output buffers, the ...
  • Ryan, Gabriel; Roelofs, Rebecca (2013)
    In mobile robot navigation, Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM) involves building a map of an unknown environment and determining the robot's position in the map at the same time. Several variations of the SLAM ...
  • Ruben, Cody (2014)
    The main result of this project was the design of an electrical system that powers Swarthmore's baseball scoreboard using solar energy. This energy is harvested through 2 Kyocera KC130TM photovoltaic panels. These are ...
  • Rosenblatt, Anne; Aaron, Nicole (2014)
    Our goal was to create a solar tracking system that eliminated the need for manual adjustments and did not continuously rotate without regard for weather conditions. We decided we would accomplish this by programming a ...
  • Clark, Conor; Heppe, Madison (2016)
    St. Josephs University (SJU) currently has outdoor tennis courts that can only be used in daylight hours and good weather. SJU's Head Tennis Coach Ian Crookenden and President's Executive Council Member Bill Ringle have ...
  • Lee, Ethan (2016)
    This report contains the structural design and analysis of three different steel frame 'pencil-thin' skyscrapers that would be hypothetically located in New York, NY. This project aims to compare different structural systems ...
  • Nerurkar, Arijit; Wilson, Taylor (2019)
    The purpose of this project was to design a person counter to track people in the carriage of a subway train, and relay this information to commuters via wireless communication. Major accomplishments include use of IR ...
  • Thompson, Hannah; Hilburn, Rachel (2019)
    There have been many successful installations in the recent past of sensor based projects to assess and communicate the availability of different spaces. One example of this is the growing use of ultrasonic sensors and ...
  • Macfarland, Neil; Weinthal, Noah (2015)
    The concept of a 'racing line' is an integral part of competitive racecar driving. While many drivers develop a sense for this optimal path around a racecourse intuitively, the physics governing basic vehicle dynamics ...
  • Alventosa, Luke; White, Brady (2015)
    In this study, we design and construct a solid fuel rocket that utilizes an ammonium perchlorate composite propellant. We also design and simulate an air augmented rocket, an example of a combined cycle. The results show ...
  • Khaselev, Gabriel; Singleton, Jordan (2014)
    In this project, we have assembled an aircraft with some autonomous capabilities. The implications of autonomous flight are substantial. Without pilots, flight can be mechanically and deterministically optimized; this could ...
  • Origunwa, Omodayo A. (2018)
    The goal of my E-90 was to build an accurate active flow measurement system that could be mounted onto a pipe. I was able to produce a prototype of such a system, with two transducers mounted on a pipe that could transmit ...
  • Park, Minseo; Lamberty, Zach (2018)
    Nanotechnology, especially that involving hydraulic or fluid flows, is promising to revolutionize the field of medicine and scientific research. Lab on a Chip devices and DNA microarrays are promising technology for ...
  • Liu, Ruisen (Eric) (2015)
    This project explores the design and implementation of walking patterns for humanoid robots. This report presents a brief introduction to human walking and the exploration of two walking pattern generation techniques for ...
  • Miller, Julius (2019)
    A custom-made wearable electronics jacket prototype was assembled that incorporated an interconnected array of LEDs to administer therapeutic effects for individuals who could not have access to a traditional clinic to ...

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