Innovation Day celebrates and showcases the innovative, transformative research and undergraduate capstone projects being done by College of Engineering students. Community members and industry leaders are invited to participate and observe the depth and breadth of research occurring in UTA's College of Engineering.
Innovation Day 2019
Monday, April 15
9 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Student Registration is Closed
Dean Peter Crouch, understanding the importance of giving students at all levels access to real research experiences, created the College of Engineering's Innovation Day to encourage student participation in research, especially at the undergraduate level. In addition to showcasing the outstanding work of student researchers, the event is an opportunity for industry and the community to become more involved and aware of the quality of UTA's engineering students as they prepare to enter the workforce.
Innovation Day entries are divided into three areas: Undergraduate research, graduate research, and senior design.
The Dean of Engineering has funded 20 undergraduate research projects. Students will work alongside a faculty member on a faculty research project. Teams must make a presentation –– oral or poster –– at Innovation Day. Prizes awarded to the top 3 presentations.
Graduate students engaged in innovative research are encouraged to enter the graduate research competition. Students must make a presentation –– oral or poster –– at Innovation Day. Prizes awarded to the top three presentations.
Seniors graduating in Fall 2018 or in Spring 2019 who have finished their senior projects are encouraged to display them. At least one member of the team must be present at Innovation Day. Prizes awarded.