Three undergraduates of the University of Hartford's College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA) presented their research to professionals at the 2016 IEEE MIT Undergraduate Research Technology Conference (URTC), held 4-6 November in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Tim Nguyen and Willem Schauer presented aspects of their research titled "Design and Evaluation of High Order Polyphase Induction Motor for Power Density Improvement," and Rosemarie Day presented aspects of her research titled "Design and Implementation of an Interior Automated Environmental Analyzer with App." These three students are currently working under the supervision of Dr. Hassan S. Salehi, visiting assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering in CETA.
The IEEE MIT Undergraduate Research Technology Conference (URTC) brings together undergraduates around the world to present, discuss, and develop solutions to advance technology for humanity. As an IEEE official conference, undergraduates may publish papers of their school projects, research, innovations, or case studies. Participants attend a rich program with keynote speeches and technical flash talks featuring renowned speakers, a student design competition, and networking events. The conference is hosted on the MIT campus.