Old Dominion University || Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)

Archived Projects

Robotics Project - Turtlebot

We collaborated with Dr. Belfore's senior design team to construct the Turtlebot for their programming purposes.

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Computer Architecture Project

We are attempting to run a video game on an FPGA Board (DE10 Nano).

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IEEE Robotic Car Team “Autonomous Target Identifying Vehicle” (2013 - 2015)

People: Ahmad Alazemi, Johnathan Bailey, Devon McGuire, Nirmal Patel, Tanashia Scott, Laquinta Spellman, Charles Tench, Michael Wheeler

Advisors: Dr. Oscar Gonzalez and Dr. Vukica Jovanovic

IEEE Robotic Car Team “Color Detection Car” 
(2012 - 2013)

People: John Anglin, Lance Berlin, Jason Brame, Gabby Carter, Jason Cash, Jordan Cowl, Jonathan Eballar, Haole Guo, Anton Rekun, Marcus Woody, Joel Zamora

Advisors: Dr. Oscar Gonzalez, Dr. Fillip Cuckov, and Dr. Vukica Jovanovic

IEEE Robotic Car Team “Electric Measurements Robot” 
(2011 - 2012)

People: Jeneen Adamo, Ryan Capach, Jeff Flora, Allison Joiner, Tiffany Nowalski, Ariel Shields, and Serita Young

Advisors: Dr. Oscar Gonzalez and Dr. Filip Cuckov

IEEE Robotic Car Team “Autonomous Rescue Vehicle” 
(2010 - 2011)

People: Jonathan Denny, James Henderson, Nico Olaes, John Rash, Dennis Shah, and Eric Telep

Advisors: Dr. Oscar Gonzalez and Dr. Filip Cuckov

IEEE Robotic Car Team “Renewal Energy” (2009 - 2010)

People: Matthew Barrow, Mark Lamont, Wilfrid Nicaisse, Mahdi Rostem and Michael Shaw

Advisors: Dr. Oscar Gonzalez 

RockOn Workshop and RockSat-C Student Project (2008)

Advisors: Dr. Dimitrie Popescu, Dr. Christopher Bailey, and Dr. Robert Ash

The Colorado and Virginia Space Grant Consortium organizations jointly organize the RockOn workshop, where students team up to learn the process of building a sounding rocket payload or RocketSat. During the workshop, teams spend a week at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility, where they construct their RocketSat within four days and integrate it on a sounding rocket with assistance from NASA on the fifth day. The rocket is then prepared for launch to a height of approximately 73 miles into the sky on the sixth day.

Data Storage Systems (1980 - 2000)

Advisor: Dr. Dimitrie Popescu

Improvement of data storage system for entertainment form the floppy disks to the USB flash drives. 

Microelectronic Device

Advisors: Dr. Sylvain Marsillac

As part of their coursework, undergraduate students enrolled in ECE 387 undertook the fabrication of microelectronic devices on a 2 silicon wafer. This involved utilizing a range of processing equipment and theories previously covered in ECE 332.