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Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology - 2016

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Student Projects

Student Design Projects Description

* Branam Innovation Center â€" all Advanced Transportation System student design teams and other project teams have sufficient space to create innovative and award-winning entries in this 16,200-square-foot work space;
*EcoCAR2 -- one of 15 North American teams competing in the EcoCAR2: Plugging into the Future sustainability vehicle engineering competition, organized by General Motors Corporation and the U.S. Department of Energy;
*Rose Efficient Vehicle Team -- has achieved 1,900 mpg in the Shell Eco-marathon Americas and places among the top finishers in the Society of Automotive Engineers’ annual Supermilage Competition;
*Human Powered Vehicle Team â€" winner of 8 of the past 10 American Society of Mechanical Engineers competitions, including the 2012 East Coast regional;
*Design-Build-Fly Project - part of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics’ annual competition;
*Formula SAE â€" students design, build and race a formula race car that has improved each year in the Society of Automotive Engineers’ annual competition;
*Team Rose Motorsports - students work on dragsters and hot-rod vehicles that compete at local and Indiana drag strips;
* Robotics Club â€" multi-disciplinary team designs and builds large-scale autonomous robotics projects for two national competitions;
*Civil Engineering Design Team â€" four-member student team has consistently ranked among Indiana’s best in an annual design presentation competition conducted by the American Society of Civil Engineers
* Department Design Project Teams â€" All engineering academic departments require seniors to complete capstone design projects with external clients. One 2012 biomedical engineering team was featured in a video by Siemens after creating a prosthetic device to help a 8-year-old Indiana boy play with his friends;
*Undergraduate Research Projects â€" Science and mathematics students are encouraged to participate in research projects, with faculty mentors, throughout their undergraduate careers.