Sixth Annual EECS Day

EECS Class of 2024

A message from the department chair, Ahmed Rubaai, Ph.D.

"I am delighted to provide you with an overview of our recent Senior Capstone Design Day, a culmination of months of hard work, creativity, and collaboration by our graduating class. Held on April 12, 2024, on Howard campus, Senior Capstone Design Day was a showcase of innovative projects addressing real-world challenges across various disciplines.

The event featured a diverse array of projects, each reflecting the unique interests and expertise of our graduating students. From engineering marvels to sustainable solutions, the projects on display encompassed a wide spectrum of fields, highlighting the interdisciplinary nature of our department.

Throughout the day, visitors had the opportunity to engage with the student teams, learn about their projects, and witness firsthand the ingenuity and dedication that went into their development. From interactive demonstrations to informative presentations, Senior Capstone Design Day offered a dynamic platform for knowledge exchange and networking.

The atmosphere was electric as students proudly presented their projects to peers, faculty, industry professionals, and community members. The event fostered meaningful interactions and sparked insightful discussions, underscoring the transformative impact of experiential learning and hands-on project work.

One of the hallmarks of Senior Capstone Design Day was the spirit of collaboration that permeated the entire event. Students worked tirelessly in teams, leveraging their diverse backgrounds and skill sets to tackle complex problems and devise innovative solutions. Their passion and dedication were evident in every aspect of their projects, reflecting not only their academic prowess but also their commitment to making a positive difference in the world.

As we reflect on Senior Capstone Design Day, we celebrate not only the impressive achievements of our graduating students but also the enduring legacy of our programs. The event served as a testament to the power of experiential learning, teamwork, and creative thinking in shaping the next generation of leaders and innovators."


Electrical Engineering and Computer Science