SDSU Engineering Senior Design
Completing a senior design project is the culminating experience for undergraduates in the Engineering curriculum. In the Senior Design Project course, students apply the knowledge they have gained during their time as an undergraduate to a group project; the group works together to design and create a solution to an engineering problem in the real world.
Here are some examples of great projects completed by engineering students at SDSU
Global Emergency Tracking System (GETS) utilizes an Inertial Navigation System (INS) via dead
reckoning and transmit the information back to an incident command station in real-time to be displayed in 3D. This device focuses on the transmission and display methods of real-time 3D tracking data.
Sponsored by Cubic Corporation
Electrical and Computer Engineering
We bring you a robot designed to use autonomous navigation through a mapped course. It will use a mixture of touch sensors, ultrasonic object avoidance, radiosignal, and smart microcontroller programming to navigate through the course and pass through 5 beacons in the shortest amount of time. Learn More
The goal of this project is to build a fully adjustable long travel suspension system that will perform above the standards of the stock ATV suspension within certain specifications. Learn More
Support from Industry
The College receives support from many of our industry partners for our Senior Design Projects.
Support from corporate sponsors provides students with the mentorship and financial support to:
- identify problems and solutions with real world application
- work with experienced engineers in the corporate workplace and
- purchase needed supplies & equipment to produce a working prototype as part of their project.
To request information about corporate sponsorship of our projects please email email@example.com
To learn more about projects happening in our departments, please visit:
Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering Senior Design