Wednesday, May 9, 2018
Please Register by:
Registration can be completed, below
5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
6:30 - 7:15 p.m.
7:15 - 9:00 p.m.
Please park in parking lot in front of the Hoover Business Center or near Leffler Chapel. Enter the Center from the outside door on the left side of the building. The entrance to the Room 110 is off the center of the main lobby. Please see newsletter for campus map.
Elizabethtown College 720 College Avenue Google Maps Directions
Loaded vegetable salad with Roasted vinaigrette dressing; Grilled Italian chicken, marinated; Flank Steak with cabernet mushroom sauce; Rice Pilaf; Seasonal veggie blend or Buttered Peas with bacon and onions; Tuscan bread with butter; Assorted buffet desert selections, Coffee and Tea service.
|Pre-Registered:||Section Members - $20.00 each | Non ASQ Members/Guests - $25.00 | Students - $10.00|
|At the Door:||Section Members - $25.00 each | Non ASQ Members/Guests - $25.00 | Students - $15.00|
Engineering and business students of the Elizabethtown College will present their work to ASQ, ASME, SME, and IEEE members. The presentations will include two formal presentations followed by informal presentations of project posters. Elizabethtown College, a small institution of higher learning located in Lancaster County, provides traditional four-year engineering studies within a traditional liberal arts environment. Offering Bachelor of Science degrees in physics, computer engineering, and general engineering with concentrations in the electrical, mechanical, environmental, industrial and systems, civil, and biomedical disciplines; the Engineering and Physics Department faculty deliver student-centric instruction in an experience-based learning setting. "Project-based" learning allows students to develop knowledge, skills, attitudes, and experience by applying classroom learning while practicing the "soft skills" that are much desired by potential hiring organizations. Students will present the results of work completed during capstone project courses in an exhibition hall format that offers many opportunities for individual dialogue between students and attendees. The evening will offer opportunities for networking among fellow professionals.
|Impacts of Automation to the Economy||Austin Arnold, Brooke Daugherty, Ben Hiltebeitel, Hui Liu, Quinn Ruble, Louis Valenziano|
|The Effects of E-commerce on the American Workforce||Taylor Cooney, Julia Ferrante, Alec Proffitt, Ashland Ruth, Dan Sullivan, Lianne Uroda|
|Automated Bike Rental System|
|Automated Marine Aquarium||Samantha Ortiz|
|Automated Solar Panel Cleaner||Erich Holtzer, Zach Dennin, Michael Hofstedt|
|Basketball Training Machine||Muntabir Choudhury, Patrick Durofchalk|
|Camless Engine Optimization||Marty Rodgers, Jake Marunich, Gabe MacDonald, Kyle Coats|
|Lighthouse Vocational Services Process Improvement|
|Power to the People - Wind Energy in the Gambia||Dillon Dotson, Alyssa Pumputis|
|Self-Sustaining Aquaponic System|
|Vision Sense: A Device to Aid the Visually Impaired||Mitch Schlegel, Otis Statham|
To meet the hotel notification requirements and allow for preparation for our meetings, all reservations need to be received online by 2:30 PM on the Friday preceding the meeting.
Please register online by 2:30 PM on Friday May 4, 2018