Engineering science seniors present projects at conference
seniors from Muskingum's Engineering Science program have presented
their senior research projects at the annual North Central Section
Conference of the American Society of Engineering Education, held April 5
at Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan.
Brian Sayre and Brandon Leyda presented A Dog Leash That Won’t King Tut You.
Stephanie Metzger and Luke Weber presented Design for a Window AC Unit Using Solidworks Flow Simulation.
Wuyan Li presented, Improvement of an Automatic Gear Change System. Li worked with Keyang He, a computer science and mathematics major.
The students were accompanied by Assistant
Professor of Engineering Dr. Sandra Soto-Cabán and Assistant Professor
of Engineering Dr. Emre Selvi.
The American Society for Engineering Education is
committed to furthering education in engineering and engineering
technology. Its more than 12,000 members include deans, department
heads, faculty members, students and government and industry
representatives who represent all disciplines of engineering and
IN THE PHOTO: From left to
right, Assistant Professor of Engineering Dr. Sandra Soto-Cabán, Lucas
Weber, Brandon Leyda, Brian Sayre, Stephanie Metzger, Wuyan Li and
Assistant Professor of Engineering Dr. Emre Selvi.