Join us from March 12-15, 2018 as Carleton’s Faculty of Engineering as Design hosts its third annual Innovation Expo! Visit us Monday through Thursday in the 4th floor Galleria of the University Centre to see student projects from all walks of engineering, as well as architecture, industrial design and information technology. Each day will feature different areas of student research and include poster presentations, interactive projects and demos.

SCHEDULE (click on the topic to see some project listings)

Monday, March 12th 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Engineering, IT and Design Clubs and Societies
Monday, March 12th 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Systems and Computer Engineering displays
Tuesday, March 13th 9:00 am – 2:00 pm Projects and poster displays from Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Civil and Environmental Engineering 
Wednesday, March 14th 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Electronics displays
Thursday, March 15th 9:00 am – 2:00 pm Displays from the School of Information Technology, School of Industrial Design, and Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism


Systems and Computer Engineering displays include:

  • Internet of Things for enhanced campus security and safety, and disaster relief
  • “Who’s got the kids?” – An app for facilitating shared custody
  • Intelligent Telepresence and Assistive Devices (iTAD)
  • Web-based Medical Image Processing Software
  • A P2P Based E-classroom System
  • Autonomous obstacle avoiding car
  • A Knee exercise tool (sensors and application)
  • Tablature generation from guitar line output

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering displays include:

  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicle(s) including a Geophysics Terrain Following Drone
  • UAV Autopilot Software-in-the-Loop Aircraft Simulations
  • Underground Earth Tube design for East Block of Canada’s Parliament
  • Intelligent Telepresence and Assistive Devices (iTAD)
  • Effect of Wind in the Field of Play for Elite Sprint Kayakers

Civil and Environmental Engineering displays include:

This section is coming soon.

Electronics displays include:

  • High reliability fiber optic sensors for real life applications
  • Adaptive Wireless Power Transfer for Wireless Devices
  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
  • Cloud-Based Circuit Simulator
  • Automotive RADAR for night driving assistance
  • Golf Ball Collector
  • Development of Micro-UAV Avionic Systems
  • Acoustic Beamforming with a MEMS Microphone Array

Architecture displays include:

Browse framed, award-winning student work from the Architecture Faculty Choice Awards.

Industrial Design displays include:

This section is coming soon.

Information Technology displays include:

  • Interactive animations, a VR game, and other games