UCSB Engineering Design Fair and Showcase
Every year, the Capstone Design Project program offers senior undergraduates throughout the College of Engineering the opportunity to work in teams to solve real-world problems over the course of their senior year at UCSB. Many of these projects are developed in collaboration with industry partners or UCSB research labs. At our Design Fair & Showcase, the student teams all present and demo their final products and showcase their creativity and hard work. A panel of judges composed of Faculty and Industry Leaders evaluate the projects and select top teams for awards. Information about each of the projects can be found here.
Event Details for Wednesday, June 7, 2017:
2:00-4:00pm - Senior Project Design Fair
Student teams from Mechanical, Electrical and Computer Engineering will be displaying posters and presenting final prototypes of their full year senior design projects. During this time, a panel of judges will be reviewing all the projects and selecting award winners.
4:00-5:00pm - Engineering Design Showcase
This exciting on-stage event will have a TED talk feel. Multidisciplinary design teams will present their work products. Find out who won the design competition and catch a performance of dancing robots that were developed by our freshmen engineers in conjunction with Isla Vista Elementary School students.
Parking is available at designated lots for visitors with a permit.
We recommend guests park in Lot 22.
Visitors must purchase a parking permit from the permit dispenser located in the lot. Permit dispensers accept credit cards or cash, but do not give change.
You must display your permit on the dashboard of your vehicle at all times.
Additional information about parking on the UCSB Campus can be found on the TPS Website.
Our program is enriched with the support of all our Partners and Sponsors. We are very appreciative of your support and efforts.
- Channel Islands Sanctuary Foundation
- Lab D4H
- Laritech, Inc.
- Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
- National Marine Sanctuaries: Channel Islands
- Northrop Grumman
- Orbital ATK
- Tenon Intersystems
- UCSB College of Engineering
- UCSB Green Initiative Fund
- UCSB McNair Scholars Program