UNH ECE Open House 2010 at Project54

Last month, Project54 welcomed participants of the UNH Electrical and Computer Engineering Department‘s Open House. At this event, prospective students and their parents get first hand information about studying and research at ECE from department faculty and staff. One stop of the guided tour was the driving simulator lab. Professor Andrew Kun gave an introduction to Project54 and its benefits to the community and students.  Then, our guests could take a ride in our high fidelity simulator. They were delighted to see how realistic the driving was. After this Mark Taipan gave a very nice insight on the student’s perspective of ECE, since he used to be an undergrad student at the department, before joining P54 as a full time staff member.

Mark Taipan talks about being an undergrad student at ECE

Finally students and parents were given time to ask specific one-on-one questions from faculty and staff about studying and research at the department. The event finished successfully as our guests seemed to have had a good and informative time at our labs. We hope to see all of the prospective students next fall at the department.

Oskar Palinko

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