Event Calendar

Monday, February 15

12:00
pm

American Institue of Chemical Engineers

We are the American Institute of Chemical Engineers! Our team of presenters have prepared a few experime...Read morenets for you to watch. From lighting our own hands on fire, to seemingly performing magic reactions, there will be plenty of excitement. Come and learn while being amazed! Read less

02:00
pm

Engineering Medical Society

Come see a range of interactive and exciting experiments demonstrating the latest biomedical innovations...Read more, fundamental principles of the human body, and the relationship between the fields of engineering and medicine! View our explosive demonstration of the theory behind cancer-killing laser treatments. Witness the power of pressure waves in the human body via our ping pong ball cannon. Observe our unpoppable bubbles as it represents the real-life workings of drug delivery throughout the body…. AND MORE! Read less

04:00
pm

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Code an Arduino for line-following robots. Get an inside look into our lab and see the projects we've be...Read moreen working on. Explore technologies such as how wireless charging, small motors, and timers work to make awesome projects. Bring your curiosity and join IEEE at USF, an org where USF students build projects and make their ideas come to life! Read less

  • Lab Tour
  • Tuesday, February 16

    08:00
    am

    Engineers Without Borders

    Come talk to EWB USF to find out more about how we use engineering skills to provide humanitarian servic...Read morees to impoverished communities in foreign countries and serve our local community! We will have Q&A sessions as well as trivia style games! Read less

    10:00
    am

    Engineering Medical Society

    Come see a range of interactive and exciting experiments demonstrating the latest biomedical innovations...Read more ,fundamental principles of the human body, and the relationship between the fields of engineering and medicine! View our explosive demonstration of the theory behind cancer-killing laser treatments. Witness the power of pressure waves in the human body via our ping pong ball cannon. Observe our unpoppable bubbles as it represents the real-life workings of drug delivery throughout the body…. AND MORE! Read less

    05:00
    pm

    Biomedical Engineering Society

    BMES will be presenting two project this semester: a Flex-Controlled Arm Wrestling Device and an Ocular-...Read moreControl Wheelchair. The arm-wrestling device measures how hard two participants can flex their biceps and moves a 3D-printed set of arms in the direction of whatever participant is producing the strongest electrical signal. The Ocular-Control Wheelchair is a 3D printed wheelchair model that moves based on input gathered from a set of EOG-goggles. By looking in different directions, a participant can start, stop, and change the direction of the wheelchair's motion. Read less

    Wednesday, February 17

    11:00
    am

    Maker Marvel

    Maker Marvel is a community of people working on electronic and robotics project. Our motivation is to f...Read moreacilitate users to buy and sell their electronic components online. People can post their unused component or buy components available from another users. We strive to ensure zero waste of electronic component by keeping the component flowing through the local market. Read less

    11:00
    am

    Museum of Science and Industry

    Join the MOSI team for live space science shows, as we explore what’s out there and how to reach it! Fir...Read morest we get a grip on our own solar system as we explore our planets and the forces that move them. Tag along as we talk about how tools like telescopes help us see worlds beyond our own. Finally, as a grand finale, we launch rockets and learn more about the physics and chemistry behind the blast off! Read less

    12:00
    pm

    American Institute of Chemical Engineers

    We are the American Institute of Chemical Engineers! Our team of presenters have prepared a few experim...Read moreents for you to watch. From lighting our own hands on fire, to seemingly performing magic reactions, there will be plenty of excitement. Come and learn while being amazed! Read less

    04:00
    pm

    Engineering Medical Society

    Come see a range of interactive and exciting experiments demonstrating the latest biomedical innovations...Read more, fundamental principles of the human body, and the relationship between the fields of engineering and medicine! View our explosive demonstration of the theory behind cancer-killing laser treatments. Witness the power of pressure waves in the human body via our ping pong ball cannon. Observe our unpoppable bubbles as it represents the real-life workings of drug delivery throughout the body…. AND MORE! Read less

    04:00
    pm

    Institute of Electrical and Eletronics Engineers

    Code an Arduino for line-following robots. Get an inside look into our lab and see the projects we've b...Read moreeen working on. Explore technologies such as how wireless charging, small motors, and timers work to make awesome projects. Bring your curiosity and join IEEE at USF, an org where USF students build projects and make their ideas come to life! Read less

  • Lab Tour
  • Thursday, February 18

    08:00
    am

    Engineers Without Borders

    Come talk to EWB USF to find out more about how we use engineering skills to provide humanitarian servic...Read morees to impoverished communities in foreign countries and serve our local community! We will have Q&A sessions as well as trivia style games! Read less

    10:00
    am

    Engineering Medical Society

    Come see a range of interactive and exciting experiments demonstrating the latest biomedical innovations...Read more, fundamental principles of the human body, and the relationship between the fields of engineering and medicine! View our explosive demonstration of the theory behind cancer-killing laser treatments. Witness the power of pressure waves in the human body via our ping pong ball cannon. Observe our unpoppable bubbles as it represents the real-life workings of drug delivery throughout the body…. AND MORE! Read less

    11:00
    am

    Maker Marvel

    Maker Marvel is a community of people working on electronic and robotics project. Our motivation is to f...Read moreacilitate users to buy and sell their electronic components online. People can post their unused component or buy components available from another users. We strive to ensure zero waste of electronic component by keeping the component flowing through the local market. Read less

    11:00
    am

    Museum of Science and Industry

    Join the MOSI team for live space science shows, as we explore what’s out there and how to reach it! Firs...Read moret we get a grip on our own solar system as we explore our planets and the forces that move them. Tag along as we talk about how tools like telescopes help us see worlds beyond our own. Finally, as a grand finale, we launch rockets and learn more about the physics and chemistry behind the blast off! Read less

    04:00
    pm

    Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

    Code an Arduino for line-following robots. Get an inside look into our lab and see the projects we've be...Read moreen working on. Explore technologies such as how wireless charging, small motors, and timers work to make awesome projects. Bring your curiosity and join IEEE at USF, an org where USF students build projects and make their ideas come to life! Read less

  • Lab Tour
  • 05:00
    pm

    Biomedical Engineering Society

    BMES will be presenting two project this semester: a Flex-Controlled Arm Wrestling Device and an Ocular-...Read moreControl Wheelchair. The arm-wrestling device measures how hard two participants can flex their biceps and moves a 3D-printed set of arms in the direction of whatever participant is producing the strongest electrical signal. The Ocular-Control Wheelchair is a 3D printed wheelchair model that moves based on input gathered from a set of EOG-goggles. By looking in different directions, a participant can start, stop, and change the direction of the wheelchair's motion. Read less

    Friday, February 19

    08:00
    am

    Engineers Without Borders

    Come talk to EWB USF to find out more about how we use engineering skills to provide humanitarian servic...Read morees to impoverished communities in foreign countries and serve our local community! We will have Q&A sessions as well as trivia style games! Read less

    08:00
    am

    Robobulls

    Robobulls promotes robotics among university and school students. We will exhibit a robot (made using ra...Read morespberry pi) which can perform simple tasks. These simple tasks include wall following, following user-defined paths, and obstacle tracking. Read less

    11:00
    am

    American Society of Civil Engineers

    A presentation on the concrete canoe. How concrete can float. How a canoe made out of concrete is made. ...Read moreA demonstration of unusual engineering concepts. Read less

    11:00
    am

    Museum of Science and Industry

    Join the MOSI team for live space science shows, as we explore what’s out there and how to reach it! Fi...Read morerst we get a grip on our own solar system as we explore our planets and the forces that move them. Tag along as we talk about how tools like telescopes help us see worlds beyond our own. Finally, as a grand finale, we launch rockets and learn more about the physics and chemistry behind the blast off! Read less

    12:00
    pm

    American Institute of Chemical Engineers

    We are the American Institute of Chemical Engineers! Our team of presenters have prepared a few experim...Read moreents for you to watch. From lighting our own hands on fire, to seemingly performing magic reactions, there will be plenty of excitement. Come and learn while being amazed! Read less

    01:00
    pm

    Whitehatters Computer Security Club

    We will go over how to play in a Capture the Flag (CTF) competition. CTFs are a kind of information secu...Read morerity competition that challenges contestants to solve a variety of tasks ranging from a scavenger hunt on wikipedia to basic programming exercises, to hacking your way into a server to steal data. Read less

    02:00
    pm

    Engineering Medical Society

    Come see a range of interactive and exciting experiments demonstrating the latest biomedical innovations...Read more, fundamental principles of the human body, and the relationship between the fields of engineering and medicine! View our explosive demonstration of the theory behind cancer-killing laser treatments. Witness the power of pressure waves in the human body via our ping pong ball cannon. Observe our unpoppable bubbles as it represents the real-life workings of drug delivery throughout the body…. AND MORE! Read less

    02:00
    pm

    Society of Women Engineers

    The Society of Women Engineers will be presenting experiments for kids that represent each of the majors...Read more that we have at the USF Engineering College. Some of these experiments include a mini hydraulic bridge, the reaction of Mentos and coke, a robotic hand, and a ball launcher. In addition, we will be presenting women engineers that have been a great asset to each of the career paths inside engineering. Also, while performing the presentation, we will be asking questions to the attendees to make our booth more interactive. Read less

    03:00
    pm

    Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers

    Join the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers in a very interactive project where we simulate d...Read moreifferent outcomes of a videogame. You decide what to manipulate for the videogame outcomes to be different! This is a very great insight on the topic of simulations, as well as how they can be present in many areas of our daily life! Read less

    04:00
    pm

    Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

    Code an Arduino for line-following robots. Get an inside look into our lab and see the projects we've be...Read moreen working on. Explore technologies such as how wireless charging, small motors, and timers work to make awesome projects. Bring your curiosity and join IEEE at USF, an org where USF students build projects and make their ideas come to life! Read less

  • Lab Tour