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2024 Senior Design Showcase

The engineering students at Colorado State University hold an annual Engineering Days celebration, “E-Days,” to showcase undergraduate senior design projects. 

The Walter Scott Jr. College of Engineering's senior students explain their senior design projects at the 2022 E-Day celebration. April 22, 2022
Interact with our students and view a variety of engineering projects in-person at the Lory Student Center and Plaza.
The Walter Scott Jr. College of Engineering's senior students explain their senior design projects at the 2022 E-Day celebration. April 22, 2022
E-Days draws visitors from the community and industry, as well prospective students interested in exploring engineering.

E-Days 2023 was a huge success!

The campus and Fort Collins communities turned out in droves for E-days! It was a warm and sunny day, with students available both on the Plaza and the Ballroom to discuss their projects. Below is just a small sample of the excitement, including a list of our award winners!

Video and captions feature both English and Spanish.
Photos by Taryn Bradley, Mechanical Engineering

Award winners

Biomedical Engineering

  • 1st – NOMAD (Neonatal Oxygen Measurement and Adjustment Device)
  • 2nd – Project Pitter-Patter
  • 3rd – Mechanical and Electrical Learning Model of Pupillary Light Response

Chemical and Biological Engineering

  • 1st – Open Insulin
  • 2nd – The Upscale Process for the Metakaryotic Cell Line
  • 3rd – Sublingual Epinephrine

Civil and Environmental Engineering

  • 1st – Wild West Water Supply, Front Range Reservoir Pumped Storage
  • 2nd – Mountain Water Revolutions, Total Phosphorous Removal: CMCMC Wastewater Treatment Plant
  • 3rd – Horsetooth Hydraulics, Larimer County Canal Flume and Sediment Trap Design

Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • 1st – Machine Learning For Cybersecurity in Vehicles
  • 2nd – RamBOTs
  • 3rd – Canine Exoskeleton

Mechanical Engineering

  • 1st – CSU Rocket – Payload
  • 2nd – CSU Rocket – Propulsion
  • 3rd – Telescope Balancing System

Mechanical Engineering Research Practicum

  • 1st – Blake Hill
  • 2nd – Evan Ronzone
  • 3rd – Clint Middlemist