Senior Design accepting project proposals for 2020-21

May 22, 2020      By Victoria Grdina

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering invites university faculty and staff to submit project ideas for its 2020-2021 Senior Design course.
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering invites university faculty and staff to submit project ideas for its 2020-2021 Senior Design course.

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering invites university faculty and staff and members of the community to submit project ideas for its 2020-2021 Senior Design course.

Students enrolled in the Senior Design course spend two semesters working on a project sponsored by members of local industry or university faculty or staff. The course provides students with the hands-on educational and professional experience that comes with contributing to a real-world project.

Previous projects have served a variety of fields and industries. Offered project types include web development, mobile apps, data analytics, Internet of things, virtual and augmented reality, machine learning, artificial intelligence, gaming, and geographic information systems.

All projects are priced at $11,500 for university faculty and staff and $15,000 for non-university personnel. Projects also require a time commitment of 2-3 hours a week to attend meetings and assist the team with development of their product.

As only a limited number of projects can be completed within the course each year, not all submissions will be accepted. Submissions will be reviewed and selected by a panel of course advisers.

Project submissions are due to the department by June 26, 2020. Learn more on the Senior Design website here.

To submit a project proposal, fill out the form found here.

Questions can be sent to cse-seniordesign@unl.edu.