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The Real World Enginering Projects call for papers has been temporaryly suspended. However we do invite faculty members who teach first year Electrical Engineering (EE), Computer Engineering (CE), Computer Science (CS), Biomedical Engineering (BE) and Electrical Engineering Technology (EET) students to visit our library for potetntial coursework.
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The Real World Engineering Projects (RWEP) portal is designed to disseminate high quality, hands-on, team-based projects for the first-year electrical engineering (EE), computer engineering (CE), computer science (CS), biomedical engineering (BE) and electrical engineering technology (EET) classrooms. These hands-on projects are specifically designed to illustrate real-world contemporary problems... More >

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A library of high-quality, tested, hands-on team-based society- focused projects for first-year students. These projects are designed to increase the recruitment, persistence to degree, and satisfaction of all students, and particularly women, in baccalaureate EE, CE, CS, BE and EET degree programs.
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Manipulating Everyday Objects with Prosthetic Hands
In this project, students learn how prostheses that use robotic technology can improve the lives of people with disabilities. In the laboratory, the students use Lego Mindstorms NXT kits...
Solid State Lighting for the Developing World
In this project, students learn how solid state lighting technology can improve the lives of people in the developing world, making their evenings more productive and safer. In the laboratory,...
Feedback Controlled Brushless DC Motor with Personal Electric Vehicle Application
In this project, the students learn how brushless DC motors have made personal electric vehicles (PEVs) possible, and calculate how much using a PEV instead of an automobile for some...
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