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1 Jim Peterson,
Steve Adams
Battle Bot
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
- appendix
Mark Wiegert
2 Lawrence Lau,
tnguyen1@illinois.edu,
Chris Gouveia
Digital Audio Sound System
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
Han Seok Kim
3 Andrew Just,
Adam Greenfield
Alternative Energy Demonstration Tools
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
Mark Wiegert
4 Thomas M. Dyer,
Solveigh Raske
Laptop Automotive Adapter
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
Mark Wiegert
5 Richard Cantzler,
Grant Farrand
Wireless KAVM Switch

Most Marketable
- proposal
- design review
- presentation
- final paper
- appendix
- project picture
Han Seok Kim
6 Chris Hopfinger,
Kevin Rogers
High-Performance Back-up ac Power
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
Mark Wiegert
7 Lawrence Tai Rare Earth Doped Microspheres
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
Jing Tang
8 Laura R. Randle,
Aaron C. Piggush
Demonstration Circuit for Blackout Mitigation
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
- file1
Mark Wiegert
9 Pat Gibbons,
Lance Vobornik
Red Sea/Dead Sea hydro and water project
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
Jing Tang
10 Suneil Hosmane,
Ethan Byrd
LED Matrix Controller

Best Engineered
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
- appendix
- file2
Jing Tang

Description: From scrolling marquees to streetlights, light emitting diodes (LEDs) have changed the world we live in. More specifically, low power LEDs are cost-effective design alternatives to light bulbs in many applications including billboards, street signs, and multipurpose displays just to name a few. For our senior design project we have decided to design a LED matrix circuit and develop a practical method to display images on this LED matrix with the use of a microcontroller and graphical user interface (GUI). A LED matrix is simply an n row by m column grid of LEDs and by selectively turning on and off particular LEDs a desired image can be displayed. Our project will deal with all technical details regarding functional integration between different components of the circuit and address a straightforward methodology of driving LEDs through current amplification techniques.

Team members: Suneil Hosmane, Ethan Byrd

11 Graham Alvey,
Noah Hughes,
Yi Zhang
Narrowband RF Receiver

Best Engineered
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
- project picture
Han Seok Kim
12 Rodrigo Martinez Duarte,
Ahmad Moatesim,
Mobeen Chaudhry
Photometer for the TEST nanosat
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
Jing Tang
13 James Jang,
Jonathan Wang
Cubesat Thermal Vacuum Testing
- proposal
- design review
- presentation
- final paper
- appendix
- project picture
Jing Tang
14 Robert McKenzie,
Gregory Sorenson,
John Flink
Bird Accelerometer

Area Award: Communications
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
- file1
- file4
- file5
- file6
- file8
Han Seok Kim
15 Antonios Giannopoulos Photonic Crystal Waveguides

Instructor's Award
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
- project picture
Han Seok Kim
16 Melanie Gayagoy,
Gi Hyun Ko,
Edward Yin
Wireless Security Device
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
- appendix
- file1
Han Seok Kim
17 Angela Antonou,
Carrie Fabbrini
Wireless SIDS Monitor
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
Han Seok Kim
18 Matt Pennell,
William Jonatan,
Hubert Hu
Glove-Controlled Lunar Construction Robot

Area Award: Robotics
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
- appendix
- file1
Mark Wiegert
19 Greg Stanek,
Aric Hermann
Quantized Frequency Thermin Using Computer Synthesis
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
- appendix
Han Seok Kim
20 Keith Thompson Liquid Li Level Monitor

Area Award: Sensors
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
- appendix
Jing Tang
21 Tuan Nguyen,
Preetha Thulasiraman
Sunbeam for Electrical Devices
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
Mark Wiegert
22 Patrick Auchter,
Mark Paul
DSP Pulse Detection System

Area Award: DSP
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
- appendix
Jing Tang
23 Kanishk Kejriwal,
Aditya Vaidya
STM Heating Automation
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
Mark Wiegert
24 jcliu@illinois.edu,
fsaito@illinois.edu,
xzhu@illinois.edu
Autonomous Parking Robot Using Vision Based Control
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
- file1
Han Seok Kim
25 Vincent Yang,
Christopher Walti
UWB Tapemeasure/Locator
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
Han Seok Kim
26 Tu Liang Remote Temperature Senor with connection to Computer
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
- file1
Han Seok Kim
27 Michael Peterson,
Carlos Pacheco
Autonomous Vehicle Locking System
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
- appendix
Mark Wiegert
28 none@illinois.edu Wireless Sound Detecting Communication System
Han Seok Kim
29 Oliver Santos,
Raquel Lim
Network Power for Automobile
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
Mark Wiegert
30 flink@illinois.edu Zinc Oxide Contacts for Solar Cells
Mark Wiegert
31 Mo Zhou,
Leo Chan,
Chang Gao
Pointing Stabilization System
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
Han Seok Kim
32 Rigoberto Espinoza,
Oscar Garcia
Intelligent Battery Charger
- proposal
- presentation
- final paper
Mark Wiegert
33 jowong1@illinois.edu,
tnguyen1@illinois.edu
MIE Students, Miller
Han Seok Kim
34 Ameya Deoras An FHMM Approach to Speech Recognition in Music
- design review
- presentation
- file1
Mark Wiegert
35 Jackie Martin 299 Presentation
- proposal
- presentation
- video
Jing Tang
36 Sarah Recognition of prosodic factors and detection of landmarks for improvements to continuous speech recognition systems
- presentation
Han Seok Kim

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