Biomedical, Industrial, and Human Factors Engineering

Senior Design Projects

All Biomedical Engineering and Industrial and Systems Engineering students are required to complete the senior design capstone sequence. Students work with real-world clients to solve real-world problems. Presentations of the completed projects take place at the end of spring semester. Top senior design projects are honored at the student awards ceremony each spring.

2018-19 Projects

Industrial and Systems Engineering

  • Wearable Device Design to Improve Situation Awareness in a Distributed Control System
  • Impact of Distractions on Process Control Operator Performance
  • Stock Analysis and Optimization
  • Materials Management

Biomedical Engineering

  • Pelvic Compression Device Analysis
  • Ergonomic Fast Intelligent Needle Delivery (FIND) Handle Design
  • Independent Transferring System for Individuals with Cerebral Palsy
  • Intracranial Pressure Waveform Generator for Traumatic Brain Injury Simulation
  • Flotation Device for Patient with Type I Spinal Muscular Atrophy
  • Color Perception for Visually Impaired Individuals
  • Electrospinner for Bone Tissue Scaffold Production
  • Combined Wearable Optical Probe for Neuronal Triggering and Monitoring

Previous Projects


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