AME Capstone Team selected as Finalists for IDETC/CIE

The senior capstone team Trek Bicycle Corporation Pedal-Centered Sealed Gearbox System was recently selected as one of four student team finalists across the nation for the Designing for the Future Competition at the ASME 2015 International Design and Engineering Technical Conferences & Computers and Information in Engineering Conference (IDETC/CIE). The team consists of Morgan Andersen, Allicyn Berka, William Cook, Clayton Stich and faculty advisor Harold Stalford, Ph.D.

Trek Team Blog Photo

In August, the team will travel to Boston, Massachusetts for the conference where they will present their capstone project on Monday, August 3, 2015. One of the four finalists will be selected as the grand prize winner with an award of $1,000.

During the 2015 AME Capstone Poster Design Fair, the team was awarded first place in the Phillips 66 Presentation Award and first place for the Outstanding Prototype Design.

Congratulations to the Trek Bicycle Team on being selected as finalists. AME would like to wish you the best of luck in the competition!

Robot Research helps Babies with Cerebral Palsy

Even in the summer, our faculty and students continue to work hard on their latest research. Check out this clip from KWTV 9 about the latest robot research to help babies with cerebral palsy. Members of the team include Dr. David Miller, AME Professor; Andy Fagg, CS Associate Professor; Lei Ding, ECE Assistant Professor; Thubi Kolobe, OUHSC Professor; and AME students, Mustafa Ghazi and Michael Nash.