Some teams had their Senior Design Projects ready to demonstrate hours in advance. But for others, Friday morning was crunch time.
CSULB students enrolled in the two-semester Senior Design Project class (MAE 471/472) have an opportunity to learn about design, manufacturing, collaboration and more.
This year, 128 students worked on 26 projects. The capstone course, taught by Associate Professor Christiane Beyer, emphasizes the theory and practice of modern design and manufacturing.
Focusing on concept design and embodiment design in the first semester, the course culminates in project implementation during the second semester.
The rigorous course teaches systematic design methods and tools combined with the application of CAD/CAE/CAM software and modern manufacturing tools.
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