Preserve Those Projects!

by Chelsea Hunersen

T’was the week before finals and all through the campus, not a creature was stirring… well maybe in the library!

As the semester comes to a close and finals are approaching, we know the hours spent and RedBulls consumed seem pretty daunting. Don’t worry, there’s light at the end of the tunnel, you’re almost there! As an inspiration for the final stretch, we have included a gallery of some impressive final projects we have seen on Seelio to date. Keep going and maybe one day if you upload your project, it could end up on the gallery!

Gallery Final Projects

Some of our highlighted final projects this week include:

Stand & Rest by Michelle KimBA Art & Design, University of Michigan – Ann Arbor (’11) Michelle Kim University of Michigan Engineering

Neuromap – Deep Brain Stimulation Probe by Paul KapoorMEng Energy Systems Engineering, University of Michigan – Ann Arbor (’10)

Java and SQL in EECS282 by Chihiro JimboBA Informatics and BA Anthropology, University of Michigan – Ann Arbor (’13)

Design of Health Informatic Web App: SmartData by Ray Hu, MS Information, University of Michigan – Ann Arbor (’13)

Google Wallet Marketing Project by Jay Ahn, BA History Concentration European Studies, Northwestern University (’12)

Gummy by Matthew SchulteBS Computer Engineering, University of Michigan – Ann Arbor (’15)

Dynamic Simulation of a Compressor by John FisherBS Mechanical Engineering, University of Notre Dame (’13)

Capstone Project for Playtex Products Inc. by George Joseph Ferko VBS Materials Science Engineering, Lehigh University (’10)

Integrated Product Development

6th Grade Dramatic Structure: A Study of the Vikings by Courtney CalesBA Theater and Communication, Loyola University Chicago (’12)

BucketBOT Modular Robotics Challenge by Thuan DoanBS Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (’15)

Integrated Product Development by Adam Wells, BS Architecture and Program in Entrepreneurship, University of Michigan – Ann Arbor (’13)

The Discotective by Tyler Johnson, PhD Electrical Engineering, University of Washington (’17)

Gesture Recognition using Depth Information by Anant AgarwalBTech Computer Science and Engineering,  Jaypee Institute of Information Technology (’13) 

Proposal: Liquid Crystal Thermometer by Veronica LiBS Chemical Engineering, Columbia University in the City of New York (’15)

Personal Custom Electric Scooter by Franco MontalvoBA Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (’13)


There were several other inspiring projects we didn’t have a chance to show. See a more complete list of them here.

As soon as you are done with your final project, don’t forget to upload it to your Seelio for your peers, parents and potential employers to see. After all, you’ve worked hard on it, get keep your work alive!

Good luck with finals!