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.

2017-18 Projects

Industrial and Systems Engineering

  • The Impact of Time Constraint on Non-Unique Color Coding
  • 54” Radiator Cooling Fan Value Stream Map
  • Automatic Revenue Comparison Tool
  • Intravascular Catheter Selection
  • Contract Optimization/Comparison Tool
  • University of Cincinnati Health Department of Dermatology No-Show Mitigation

Biomedical Engineering

  • Pediatric Oral Sensory Device Measuring the Chewing Development of Young Children
  • Prosthetic Socket Layer Analyzer
  • Wireless Anthropomorphic Hand Model for Applications in Biomimetics
  • An Investigation of Navigation Support Systems for Low-Vision Persons on WSU Campus
  • Quality Control for NeuroMod Stimulators
  • Simultaneous EEG Recording and Transcranial Electric Stimulation
  • Intracranial Pressure Monitoring Training Tool for Critical Care Air Transport Teams
  • Development of Automated Inflatable Hip Protector Garment
  • Mobility Alert Shirt
  • Real-Time Performance Tracking System Application for Wheelchair Track Athletes
  • Dual Modality EEG and fNIRS Headset for Comprehensive Measurement of Cerebral Activity
  • Portable Electrospinner for Wound Repair

Previous Projects


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