Home of ECET/CPET Senior Design Projects - Phase II

Course Syllabus

Class Lectures/Activities:
* May 1 Presentations - Available
* Two hard copies of Final Report (error free copy report) due Wednesday 4/29: PPT slide due 4/30
* Porfolio CD due 5/1
* Items needed and due dates posted
* All assessment and copyright form
* April 27, Draft copy of final report; PPT slide and rehearsal of your presentation 
* Testing Report 2, due April 20
(see sample reports)
*Testing Report 1, due 3/30
*System Construction and Unit Testing Report, due 3/16
*Design Report due Feb. 16 (see sample design reports)

*Progress Report 1 due Jan. 26
All Echo 360 Recorded Presentations, May 1, 2015


Final Report Guideline


References for Good Design Practices

Project Titles and Advisors

Reference books:
1. Recommened Text book (ECET 491)- System Engineering Management, 4th, by Benjamin S. Blanchard, from Wiley


2. Recommened Text book (CPET 491) - Real-Time UML 3rd, by Douglas, Addiosn Wesley

3
.Managing Technological Innovation," 2nd Ed, Fredrik Betz, from Wiley

4
. Project Management - a System Approach, to Planning, Scheduling and Controlling, 10th Ed, Halold Keizner, from Wiley

5
. Management of Technology, by Hans J. Thamhain, 2005, from Wiley

6. A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, 4th, ANSI/PMI 99-001-2008, Project Management Institute

IPFW Copyright Form

Evaluation Forms

Previous Senior Design Projects

 


CRN# 22222 CPET 49100-01 Senior Design Project, Phase II
CRN# 22224 ECET 49100-01 Senior Design Project, Phase II

Spring 2015
Paul I-Hai Lin, Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology
Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne

The general goal of the two-semester senior design project course is to provide students with technical design experience for appropriate careers through systematic exercising of design projects in a carefully controlled academic environment. Students are encouraged to collaborate on design projects with industry, government agencies, university departments, or community institutions.

A design project is often thought of as a constructive problem-solving process. In general, students learn about the design by experiencing several interdependent and overlapping stages, including

  1. Project Identification and Inception

  2. Project Planning

  3. Iterative Design

  4. Implementation

  5. System Integration and Beta Testing

  6. Documentation and Report Writing

  7. Project Presentation/Demonstration

The website is constantly updated to support this course and includes a course syllabus with course description and outcomes, assessment forms, design reference materials (design practices, system emulation/simulation, system prototyping, system integration, system testing and validation, system evaluation and safety, online design magazines, design libraries, ethics, design research, etc), a discussion page for posting questions, E-mail, and samples of previous senior design project presentations.

For more information please contact:
Paul I-Hai Lin, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology
Department of Computer, Electrical, and Information Technology
Purdue University Fort Wayne Campus
Indiana 46805
(O)260-481-6339
pilin@purdue.edu
lin@ipfw.edu