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Capstone 2013


In order to earn a bachelor's degree, all undergraduates must complete a Capstone project in their final year. Working closely with a faculty advisor, either individually or in teams, students steer their projects from problem formulation and analysis to preliminary and final design and development of the given system or device.

This year final Capstone projects from all departments were displayed in the atrium of the EV building, April 4 and 5.

Check out the Concordia slideshow of the event.

Here are some additional pictures taken on the first day of activities.

François Paquin (left) explains an experimental set-up for percutaneous heart valves, a project supervised by Lyes Kadem in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering François Paquin (left) explains an experimental set-up for percutaneous heart valves, a project supervised by Lyes Kadem in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Students display their Easy Stand Transport Wheelchair: [left to right] Babar Chaudry, Erica Too, Tamara Gordon, Amy-Lee Gunter, and Juan Carlos Ramos Perfecto. Supervisor: Hoi Dick Ng, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Students display their Easy Stand Transport Wheelchair: [left to right] Babar Chaudry, Erica Too, Tamara Gordon, Amy-Lee Gunter, and Juan Carlos Ramos Perfecto. Supervisor: Hoi Dick Ng, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Vishal Patel with the turbine component of the project, Design of an Aerostat High-Altitude Wind Power System (A-HAWP). Supervisor: Wahid Ghaly from Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Vishal Patel with the turbine component of the project, Design of an Aerostat High-Altitude Wind Power System (A-HAWP). Supervisor: Wahid Ghaly from Mechanical and Industrial Engineering


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