CoT undergraduate researchers win awards at symposium
College of Technology students won four awards at the Undergraduate Research Poster Symposium April 12.
Best Abstract - Innovative Technology / Entrepreneurship & Design
Patrick Glasgow, Ron Olsen, Stefanie Edwards, Jiwon Yoon (all CGT students)
"BIM Quantity Takeoff and Component Naming Conventions"
The project studied how consistent naming conventions could make cost estimating more accurate.
2nd Place - Innovative Technology / Entrepreneurship & Design
Christen Whicker, Marc Rupley, Dai-Wei Moy (all CGT students)
"Production Immersion: A Pipeline for Production Companies"
The students worked with a client to create a way to offer 3D immersive environments to customers as a way to market a product.
College of Technology Dean's Choice Award
Athan Valaskatgis, Brandon Hall, Jacob Seeley, Stephen Trimboli, Gilbert Bracey (all CGT students)
"Improving Aviation Maintenance Through the Implementation of 3D Graphics"
The students created a 3D maintenance task card to help reduce errors inherent in a paper-based system.
College of Technology Students' Choice Award
Noah Demerly, Stephen Austin, Curtis Lockhart (all AT students)
"National Test Facility for Fuels and Propulsion"
The poster detailed the research being conducted by aviation undergraduate students.