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1 Jeffrey Harris,
Carla Swierenga
Control safety board for air conditioning vest

Area Award: Sensors
- proposal
- design review
- presentation
- final paper
- file1
Xiangyu Ding
2 Matt Madeja,
Xun Jian (Steve)
Android Phone Plug and Play Universal Remote Control

Most Marketable
- proposal
- design review
- presentation
- final paper
Sarah Shiffer
3 Brian Cerier,
Kelly Boger,
Ryan Hermann
Self Powered Repeater for Radio Controlled Clocks
- proposal
- design review
- presentation
- final paper
Mary DeRoo
4 Kirsten Dearnley,
Paul Mikols,
Ahmed Cheta
Portable Wind Powered Smart Charger
- proposal
- design review
- presentation
- final paper
Jim Kolodziej
5 Arica Inglis,
Shawn Adderly
4-Point Probe/Hot Point Probe

Research Award
- proposal
- design review
- presentation
- final paper
- video
Mary DeRoo
6 Kerry Feinberg,
TaeKong Kim
Piezoelectric Energy Harvester
- proposal
- design review
- presentation
- final paper
Xiangyu Ding
7 UGuen Choi,
ChangKi Lee
Car's blindspot detector
- proposal
- design review
- presentation
- final paper
Paul Rancuret
8 Rolando Esquivel,
Alexander Trimble
Premium Automotive Laptop Charger
- proposal
- design review
- presentation
- final paper
Xiangyu Ding
9 Christopher Burgner,
William Kelleher
Atmospheric Power Scavenging

Area Award: Electromagnetics
- proposal
- design review
- presentation
- final paper
Jim Kolodziej
10 Eric Almeida,
Shuo(Kevin) Dai,
Jonathan Eg
Robotic Railroad Inspection Vehicle project
- proposal
- design review
- presentation
- final paper
Sarah Shiffer
11 Donald Ziems,
Alexander Kim,
achirb2@illinois.edu
ALS Communication and Mobility Suite

Area Award: Controls and Teamwork
- proposal
- design review
- presentation
- final paper
- appendix
- file1
- file2
Mary DeRoo
12 Kevin Happ,
Sharat Tiruveedhula
Intelligent Battery Charger
- proposal
- design review
- presentation
- final paper
Xiangyu Ding
13 Nick Rosenwinkel,
Manan Agarwal,
Kuo Hao Chen
Bicycle Situational Awareness Device
- proposal
- design review
- presentation
- final paper
- file1
- file2
Mary DeRoo
14 Drew Handler,
Joey Ko
Telephone activated locking mechanism
- proposal
- design review
- presentation
- final paper
Sarah Shiffer
15 Michael Bianchi,
Aditya Jain,
Nikhil Vidyasagar
Emergency Vehicle Detection System

Instructor's Award
- proposal
- design review
- presentation
- final paper
Mary DeRoo
16 Thomas Callahan,
Nicholas Weidman,
Christian Sanchez
Excess Power Storage from Area Control Error
- proposal
- design review
- presentation
- final paper
Xiangyu Ding
17 Daniel Park,
Shabab Mustafa
Centralized Alarm/Temperature Controller
- proposal
- design review
- final paper
Jim Kolodziej
18 Tsvetan Rusev,
Ray Zumbahlen
Wireless Overcurrent Sensor Relay

Area Award: Power
- proposal
- design review
Xiangyu Ding
19 Travis Jones Nontraditional Means of Displaying
- proposal
- design review
- presentation
- final paper
Mary DeRoo
20 Michael Kistler,
Adam Kambic,
Patrick Yapo
Automotive De-Icer

Best Engineered Award
- proposal
- design review
- presentation
- final paper
Paul Rancuret

Description: Our project will be an automatic window de-icer for automobiles that will be powered by the car battery. This device will have features to allow for automated defrosting, and will also have a clock to provide for power efficiency. The clock will be set so that the device will only run at a preferred time; however, the clock will also have a manual activation setting to run the de-icer outside of preset times, or in case of automated failure. The device will also have a battery-monitor in order to prevent car battery depletion. The window will be heated through direct contact with resistive wire. The wire will be activated when a sensor has detected that frost has accumulated on the car's window. When the frost is gone, our system will turn off the wires to preserve the car's battery. This system can be installed and remain for the duration of the winter months. It does not need to be removed and re-installed with every use. In addition, the device can be used on any window in the car, and can be set to defrost multiple windows at once. The automobile does not need to be running in order for this device to work, which will save gas and reduce emissions produced by idling vehicles.

Team members: Michael Kistler, Adam Kambic, Patrick Yapo

21 George Liu Car's blindspot detector - II
- presentation
- final paper
- file1
Paul Rancuret

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