Innovative Student Engineering & Computing Projects Win Awards

Five Cal State Fullerton student teams put their engineering skills to the test to create innovative design projects — from a mars rover, rockets to a Disney ride inspection device — to capture accolades at the Engineering and Computer Science Student Projects Showcase and Awards. The projects selected for awards, judged by industry professionals, are: Ed Huizinga Innovative Idea/Best Multidisciplinary Project Titan-1 Rover, a robotic system designed for space exploration and rescue missions, won the $3,000 award. The rover was created by a 25-member multidisciplinary team of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, computer engineering, mathematics, computer science, geology and business majors. Team lead is Brent Fritz, mechanical engineering major, and faculty advisers are Nina Robson and Salvador Mayoral, both assistant professors of mechanical engineering, and Jon Woodland, machine shop technician. Best…


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