P11032: NTID Wireless Presentation Control

Staffing Requirements

Name Discipline Role / Skills
Dr. Elizabeth DeBartolo ME Faculty Guide, will work closely with the team on an on-going basis to facilitate success.
Dr. George Slack EE Faculty Consultant, will provide discipline technical support on an intermittent basis.
Mason Verbridge ME Also serving as the project manager, tasks will include creating the proper housings for the project that will ensure a robust overall product. This may include project boxes, layout for usability,and any physical interface between the product and the end-user. As the project manager, the student is responsible for maintaining communication between all team members, and helping provide the necessary support and direction to make sure that the critical path is adhered to as closely as possible.
Steve Fleischmann EE One of two electrical engineers on the team, student will be responsible for the determination of transmission format for the wireless interface. Ensuring good range and receptivity, as well as avoiding interference with other common hand-held, wireless devices will also be focused on.
Artem Sivak ISE Primarily responsible for the testing and analysis of the product to determine any weaknesses from frequent use, student will also be in charge of developing a thorough test plan to ensure that the product will have a good lifespan. Additionally, student is in charge of updating and maintaining the EDGE website.
Evan McNamara EE Second electrical engineer. Typical tasks will include the determining of the wireless system to ensure a viable range, a lack of interference with other local wireless devices, as well as the development and modification of hardware systems to broadcast the wireless system efficiently.