University of Rochester

Hajim Design Day

Every year, student teams at the University's Hajim School of Engineering and Applied Sciences partner with local companies and institutions over to solve real-world engineering problems.

The annual Senior Design Day will showcase more than 50 of these "capstone" projects of seniors from all six Hajim School departments.

Senior Design Day 2014

Friday, May 2nd
Goergen Athletic Center Field House
10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Learn more... (list of this year's projects / sponsors, etc.)


Photo Galleries

student tests out IV device Biomedical engineering student Catherine Marando ’12 tests out the "FloMaR" project, a device that measures and records surgical IV fluid administration without a pump.

students test out IV device Biomedical engineering students Catherine Marando ’12, Kimberly Ornell ’12, Margaret Fettis ’12, Zachary Milstone ’12, and Garrett Goss ’12 test out their "FloMaR" project, a device that measures and records surgical IV fluid administration without a pump.


student works on portable cellphone charger Silvia Perucchio ’12 works on her senior design project, a portable device that harvests mechanical energy during human motion and converts it into enough electricity to charge a cell phone using an electromagnetic generator.

close-up view of cellphone charger Another look at the "Energy Harvesting Cell Phone Charger."


student riding recumbent bike Biomedical engineering student Travis Block ’12 takes the "Mono-Mano" bike for a spin. The bike is designed to to accommodate riders with only one functioning arm.

professor smiles while riding bike Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering Amy Lerner takes the "Mono-Mano" one-handed bicycle for a spin.


student stands on balancing plate connected to a computer "Pro-Bal" is an in-therapy proprioception and balance training device to aid in the rehabilitation of people recovering from stroke.

student works at computer monitor Vee Wongsirikul ’12 and Greta Collins ’12 demostrate their senior design project, "Pro-Bal."