AggiE_Challenge 2016-17 Projects

The AggiE_Challenge projects for the academic year 2016-17 are listed below.  

Please click on the Project Title to learn more about the project. 

Students interested to enroll in this project for Honors Credit, please register for ENGR 491-200

Students interested to enroll in this project for Honors Credit, please register for ENGR 491-200

ENGR 491 SectionsProjectFaculty
ENGR 491-501 Scalable Manufacturing of Tissue-Mimetic Hydrogels for Biological Research and Discovery Dr. Daniel Alge 
ENGR 491-512 Miniature Autonomous Pipeline Robots for Aging Water Infrastructure Dr. James G. Boyd
Dr. Homero Castaneda-Lopez
ENGR 491-508 Point of Care (POC) Health Informatics for Proactive Epilepsy Seizure Alert Dr. Satish Bukkapatnam
Dr. Samba Reddy
ENGR 491-502 The Water Widget Dr. Gregory H. Huff
Dr. Jean-Francois Chamberland
ENGR 491-515 Superhydrophilic Filter Paper for Effective Oil Recovery from Oil Contaminated Wastewater Dr. Zhengdong Cheng
ENGR 491-501 Tools for Discovery & Engineering Better Medicines: Bioprinted Cancer Models Dr. Akhilesh K Gaharwar
ENGR 491-507 Advancing Health and Education through Intelligent, Intuitive, and immersive Algorithms, User Interfaces, and Wearables Dr. Tracy Hammond
ENGR 491-518 Scalable Clean Water - Vapor-Compression Desalination

Students interested to enroll in this project for Honors Credit, please register for ENGR 491-201

Dr. Mark Holtzapple
Dr. Mahmoud El-Halwagi
Dr. Pavel Tsvetkov
ENGR 491-503 Generating, measuring, and modeling biological assemblies in 2D and 3D Dr. Wonmuk Hwang
Dr. Winfried Teizer
ENGR 491-510 Low-cost polymeric microcantilever sensor array for point of care (POC) personal medical treatment applications Dr. Jun Kameoka
Dr. Kung-Hui Chu
ENGR 491-511 Rapid Production of Engineered Tubular Tissues by Rotary Jet Spinning Dr. Roland Kaunas
Dr. Wayne Hung
ENGR 491-517 Virtual-reality enhanced exoskeleton for rehabilitation controlled via reverse engineering the central nervous system  Dr. Reza Langari
ENGR 491-513 Developing a Setup to Mass Produce Nanofibers with Applications in Water Purification Dr. Mohammad Naraghi
Dr. Micah Green
ENGR 491-521 Patient-Centered Monitoring with Contemporaneous Risk Index for Surgery Site Infection (CRISSI) Dr. Xiaoning Qian
ENGR 491-520 Automated Building Energy Efficiency Analysis Dr. Bryan Rasmussen
ENGR 491-519 Design & Control of a Vibration-Added Haptic Device for Minimally Invasive Surgical Simulation Dr. Bruce L. Tai
Dr. Mathew A. Kuttolamadom
ENGR 491-516 Self-Powered Health Monitoring System Dr. Choongho Yu
ENGR 491-523 SpaceCRAFT, a Virtual Reality ‘Sandbox’ Environment Professor Greg Chamitoff
Professor David Kanipe