IE Senior Design Poster Competition
Faculty members judged the posters and a peer vote was taken by all those in attendance. First place was awarded to Team Eaton, who came up with a solution that could greatly reduce costs in the kitting and packaging area, and recommended ways to improve employee satisfaction in the Indianapolis Logistics Center, increasing productivity by 29% and saving $3.7 million annually. Team members were Chris Burgess, Caroline Baer, Li Pengfei, Tyler Smith, and Roselyn Luhur.
Second place was awarded to Team Fiat Chrysler Automotive, who improved a critical machining process reducing cycle time and downtime in their nine-speed transmission line. Team members are Yujia Guo, Dillon Pike, Kyle Plummer, Raymond Susilo, and Lauren Wheeler.
Third place was awarded to Team Intel, who developed a tracking method for perishable goods focusing on a dashboard reporting system for safe strawberry transportation-to-market. Team members were Ben Alderman, Anna Bukur, Uvika Chaturvedi, Madalyn Krynski, and Askar Zhapbassov.
In addition, a Peer Choice Award was won by Team Eaton Returnable Packaging Reduction, who proposed a way to reduce costs to save over $50,000 annually. Team members are Meredith Shannon, Philip Cheesman, Ruth Liddell, Shiru Li, and Helen Vu.
Congratulations to all the seniors who participated and provided a poster!
(l) 1st Place - Team Eaton ELC; (r) 2nd Place - Team Fiat Chrysler
(l) 3rd Place - Team Intel; (r) Peer Choice Award - Team Eaton Returnable Packaging Reduction
Writer: DeEtte Starr, email@example.com