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2014 Projects Day: Thursday, 01 MAY 

 POC: COL Dan McCarthy, Telephone: 845-938-4893

 

Each year, hundreds of cadets from all academic departments participate in Projects Day by presenting a design project or thesis. Whether individually or as a team, cadets demonstrate their ability to integrate academic and military knowledge and skills, as well as demonstrate presentation and communications skills. The event also gives cadets a chance to explore majors, learn from examples, and fulfill an integrative experience requirement.

 


(Coming Soon - the Full Projects Day 2014 Brochure at the bottom of the page.) 

  


 
 Highlights from past Projects Days
 
Firstie Daniel Lee demonstrates an invention designed to use Soldiers' motion to charge batteries.
Cadet Gerrit Van Ommering explains the modifications he made to the defensive barrier system which earned him top prize at the 2013 MIT Soldier Design Competition.
Cadets Janelle Runion and Rachel Pauley present CAVIAR, an autonomous system to allow seeing-impaired Soldiers a way to enjoy recreational or competitive rowing on their own with the aid of technology.
The AVARS project enables individual robots within a swarm to detect vulnerability while providing continous network coverage to mobile clients in a tactical environment.
Cadets Larraine Saavedra and Nicki Warner wanted to know if an outer vestibule design would increase hygiene, comfort and efficiency in the SIP-Hut used by deployed Soldiers.
Cadets Michael Williams and Benton Beltramo presented a modeling approach to identifying high-risk areas for vehicular collisions in the Newburgh-Middletown urban area.

 


Learn more from the Brochures below:

 
  
  
  
  
Projects_Day_Brochure_2013.pdf
  
6/10/2013 6:22 AMPatrick Gill
Projects_Day_Brochure_2012.pdf
  
4/26/2013 10:29 AMPatrick Gill
Projects_Day_Brochure_2011.pdf
  
4/16/2014 10:41 AMPatrick Gill
Projects_Day_Brochure_2010.pdf
  
4/16/2014 10:42 AMPatrick Gill