Senior Design Project Competition
Sponsored by Tooling Tech Group
Senior Design Project Competition will recognize outstanding undergraduate design projects in the field of industrial engineering, production engineering, manufacturing engineering, systems engineering, engineering management, operations management, supply chain management, logistics and related fields prepared by student team. Capstone student design project team can showcase their engineering design project by submitting a summary of the project as an abstract and present it. It should highlight problem solving, creative thinking, innovation, project planning, and teamwork through a challenging design and build project. Each submission must be presented. The poster presentation will be judged based on the technical content and poster presentation. Winners will receive award certificates.
- The submitter must be student or recent graduate and be part of the senior design project team.
- A summary of the senior design project must be prepared by the student(s) with only minor outside editorial assistance. One or more advisors may appear as co-authors, but the student must be the ‘first author’.
- The design project must be presented virtually at the IEOM Rome Conference.
Deadline for submission: March 15, 2022.
Authors must follow the 2022 IEOM Poster guidelines. IEOM poster size is 40″ x 30″ (40 inches high by 30 inches wide) or bigger.
Since it is virtual event due to pandemic, students can present using zoom with a power point.
Submit an abstract online:https://www.xcdsystem.com/IEOM/abstract/index.cfm?ID=a4uiLxh
A group of academics / professionals will serve as judges and evaluate the papers and presentations. Scoring rubrics will be used for both parts of the judging.
1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners will receive award certificates.
If you have any question for the IEOM Student Competition, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
WINNERS – Senior Design Project Competition Award sponsored by Tooling Tech Group
ID 688 Cape Fear Valley Medication Return Process Improvement
Alex Kachler, Thembela Shabangu, and Girish Upreti, Methodist University, Fayetteville, NC, United States
ID 805 Intelligent Smart Real Time Vision (ISRTV) as an Embedded System for Advanced Applications: A Student Educational Platform on Vehicle Collision Avoidance and Driver Safety” Collision Avoidance System
Dana Bigham, BSEE, Trevor Bonnivier, BSEE, Parker Hodges, BSCE, Tyler Mueller, BSEE
Advisor: Dr. George Pappas, Lead Faculty: George Pappas (Electrical and Computer Engineering), Hamid Vejdani (Mechanical, Robotics and Industrial Engineering), Ali Fallahi, PhD (Civil and Architectural Engineering)
Lawrence Tech University, Michigan
ID 806 Cintas Loading and Unloading Process Improvement
Treasa Rost, Jessica Hensley, Anwar Abdullah, Ahad Ali and Don Reimer, Lawrence Technological University,