Student stories and projects
MITES Summer Final Symposium student projects
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Nychole Villa and her team created an app for their Mobile App Development course. Their app, Unmask, allows users to stay informed about COVID and get strategies to navigate mental health challenges.
Bottle rocket launch
Alayah Hines worked on a team that applied the rules of aerodynamic flight to build a pressurized bottle rocket. Using Newton’s laws of motion, they optimized the launch altitude of the rocket.
Students explored topics such as power amplifiers, digital logic, PCB fabrication, and microcontroller programming to learn how to design and develop their own circuit boards.
Students gained technical knowledge of sustainability and its social impact to design, validate, and implement a sustainable solution to a local issue.
Scenes from MITES Saturdays Fall Symposium ’21
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