Do you have a ‘Why Not Change the World’ idea but no way to move forward? Consider engaging a multidisciplinary Capstone student design team to assist.
Faculty and Staff: Could your research project benefit from a senior Capstone Design team to design test equipment, enhance a process, or evaluate an idea that your grad students are too busy to address?
Students: Are you a member of a team or club that has a design challenge you’re not quite sure how to handle? Do you have a past Arch away experience that could be transitioned into a multidisciplinary Capstone project?
Potential Sponsors: Do you have a great project idea but no way to move forward? Consider engaging a multidisciplinary Capstone student design team to assist!
If so, please consider filling out the appropriate form in the link below with key information about your proposed project. Please keep in mind that our semesters start in late August and early January. Your proposals will need some time for us to process and review!
Faculty, Staff and Students, please use this link: https://forms.gle/tfMFdynSEvuvoFxVA
Prospective Sponsors, please use this link: https://forms.gle/w4n3ibnSfAchBXW39
All project submittals will be evaluated by the Design Lab team. Project selection will be based on:
- Meaningful design content
- Resource / fabrication requirements
- Multidiscipline design content
- Availability of a faculty or external “sponsor” to mentor the team
For additional information regarding project proposals, please contact Aren Paster, Senior Project Engineer, at email@example.com. For inquiries about the Capstone course and the Design Lab, please contact Dr. Kathryn Dannemann, Professor of Practice and Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or view the Design Lab website: https://designlab.rpi.edu.