Advanced design team developing apps for mobile devices, iPad, and Google Android that can benefit the community.
Design fun, interactive, space-related educational projects.
Designing interactive models of living cells to engage young children. These models will be on display at the Indiana Children's Museum.
Design/build two person vehicles to accommodate a driver and a child with special needs.
Create data base applications and innovative solutions to help not for profit, educational and service agencies.
This team will develop an instructional computing website that uses ASL and interactive videos to teach deaf students how to sign.
The DRC team works with the Disability Resource Center to create innovative solutions for students with disabilities.
This course is a project-based design course to develop the core infrastructure required to establish the Purdue Electric Vehicle Kart event.
Engineers without Borders at Purdue is student organization working with Uganda seeking alternatives to firewood as fuel.
This team develops sustainable projects within the community and the University, such as the Flint, MI street lights, Purdue wastewater, etc.
This team will be assessing how the EPICS lab can be more efficient for students with disabilities.
Working to identify and solve air quality challenges across the globe, e.g working to mitigate indoor air pollution in kitchens of Western Kenya.
Developing alternative energy solutions to provide power to remote villages in rural Colombia through collaborations with local groups.
This team will design and develop devices that assist differently-abled individuals, their caregivers, and healthcare providers with rehabilitation exercises and daily-life activities in Ireland.
Develop technological solutions which enable students with disabilities aged 3-21 to function more independently and enjoy a better quality of life.
This team will work with local elementary education students to produce meaningful projects and understand concepts related to Indiana State Education Standards.
The EPICS-HFH team works with both national and international levels of Habitat for Humanity: Lafayette, State of Indiana, and International Headquarters.
This team will be designing an educational model of a Hyperloop, a conceptual high-speed transportation system.
Working on projects that use imaging based processing and analysis for a variety of societal needs.
Design and build children's museum style exhibits that educate and inspire children in science, technological, and engineering studies.
Students in this project-based course will solve a real-world problem by developing apps, mechanical tools, and associated interfaces for teaching math concepts to blind and visually impaired students.
This team is currently working on a portal that will connect the people of Purdue to the community via the web.
This team works with K-12 grade students to design innovative ways to help strengthen their math skills and develop an appreciation for engineering.
This team will partner with City of Lafayette to develop strategies to enhance neighborhood sustainability, especially for homes and neighborhoods for people with lower incomes.
This team will be working with the area shelters to assist in the adoption of animals by using technology.
New Team for Fall 2015! Design a system to monitor student walking/bicycling to school, possibly using RFID technology.
Design projects to help the patients at the M. D. Steer Audiology Clinic (adaptive hearing device, sound level meters, or the clinicians) or support teaching of students.
Developing a project for automated hydroponics system linked with a mobile app and incorporated into a house near Purdue University
Design, develop and implement programs and systems targeted to the unique environment of a senior living community. Enrich the lives of seniors through the use of technology.
This team completed the large VOSS solar system display in Discovery Park. It will now focus on the supporting educational projects such as website, fly through video, and tabletop scale model.
The WCGI team designs and develops devices that enable new tasks or enhance the productivity, safety, and efficiency of WCGI employees, many of whom have disabilities.
Develop methods to reduce water consumption as a result of land use changes in the local and global communities.
This team will be creating interactive web-based data software solutions for local community agencies in order to expand their ability to meet local needs.