Every semester, FIU’s College of Engineering & Computing hosts the Senior Design Showcase, which serves as a pivotal moment for graduating engineering and computing students to showcase their designs, inventions and solutions to real-world problems. Nearly 500 seniors present their projects to family, friends, mentors and industry professionals.
FIU News talked to four senior design teams about their experiences at the fall 2019 Senior Design Showcase. In the Q&A below, learn how the showcase proved to be a highlight in their academic careers at FIU.
- Infant Food Frequency Questionnaire: Daykel Muro Sardinas and Dariana Gonzalez from the School of Computing & Information Sciences
- CRETE Construction Group: Carina Cortes, Daniel Lopez and Ariel Caballero from Moss School of Construction, Infrastructure and Sustainability
- IMPro: Application of the Gate Control Theory of Pain: Carlos A. Roche, Monica Karas, Manuel Vazquez and Sepehr Soroushiami from the Department of Biomedical Engineering
- MIA-Trans Engineering: Patricia Quintela, Yoan Barredo, Favian Calleja, Jorge Montesino, Luis Morgado, Daniela Perez and Jean Rodriguez from the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
Read more at FIU news.