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EGN1935-ECE Adventures Fall 2012 Team Death Star The Tie-Fighter Team Members: Ian Hoek Spaans Jason Ervin
EGN1935-ECE Adventures Fall 2012
Team Death StarThe Tie-Fighter
Team Members:Ian Hoek SpaansJason ErvinChris Nevins
Ian Hoek Spaans1st Semester Freshman Mechanical EngineerThis course has showed me all of the neat engineering projects going on at UF.I definitely intend to involve myself with Gator RoboticsI plan on pursuing Graduate Study in Ocean Engineering and working on underwater robotics or fisheries systemsMeet as many new people and get involved as much as you can. Its a lot more fun that way. You should probably go to class too.
Plus the value of pre-class naps and sandwiches2Jason ErvinSophomore Industrial and Systems EngineerIve learned a great deal about circuits sensors and basic programmingAt UF I plan to thoroughly prepare myself for a long career in engineeringEventually Id like to own my own business or consulting companyIf youre not first youre last.
Chris NevinsI am a 1st semester freshman, majoring in Mechanical Engineering. This course has kept my interest in engineering fresh through laying open fields of study I thought I would have to wait years to begin discovering. Its a great reminder of whats to come, and incentive to push towards your goals and not let them come to you. I am here to get a bachelors in both mechanical and electrical, get a masters degree in at least mechanical, and eventually get a PhD. The goal is to get a job in research, to push the boundaries of our capabilities and our understanding. Where exactly this will lead me, I dont know, maybe NASA, maybe research at a university, if so, most likely UF. What would I tell the next class? If they are taking this course, theyre on the right path. Keep doing what youre doing.The Robot
The Epic AdventureIntercept the rebels before they can reach the poorly designed exhaust port!
Way to go civil engineers!
Somewhere out there, that dude is getting the death choke.6Complex Technical Schematics
My bad guys guys?ConclusionsWeve learned the value of teamwork, as well as developed a firm understanding of some basic electrical concepts that will assist us in our future studies Beyond all else we now understand some more of what the UF engineering program has to offer.To future ECE Adventurers, we say Make sure you eat a solid sandwich before class.