CWRU engineering students show off their inventions

Remote-controlled car for animal observation

A whopping 80% of Case Western Reserve University engineering students participate in research. That’s real-life engineering experience that puts our students high on the list of employers like Accenture, Amazon, Boeing, Google, Rockwell Automation and more (and brings them a median starting salary range between $70k and $75k). 

The fruits of our undergraduate research labor were on full display recently at our virtual Intersections research symposium. Imagine heading into job interviews and writing your application for grad school when you can highlight research projects like…

  • COVID-19 suction device for dental clinics 
  • Nonatal hypothermia device
  • Remote-controlled car for animal observation (video here)
  • High-resolution reactive illuminated display
  • Triple-loop antenna for space weather measurement
  • Multimodal night-time seizure detection
  • Video game controller for student with neuromuscular limitations 
  • At-home phototherapy device for the treatment of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma
  • COVID-19 flight tracker

I know that, as an engineer, you can’t wait to get going on inventing and testing new products and programs. At CWRU, your research can start Day 1. Why wait?