Projects Involving Computer Science

For more information on any project, please contact Toni Boggan or email the project's Faculty Advisor.

CPSC01 Aurora

team
Team: Evan Conrad, Ethan Mahintorabi, Kyle McCrohan, Scott Rein
Faculty Advisor: Gina Sprint email
Sponsor: CEDE
Aurora team’s goal is the development of an efficient and user-friendly note taking application for programmers. Existing note taking applications are not designed to facilitate programming productivity and are a detriment to efficiency. Therefore, this team is building an application to make the note taking process more effective.

CPSC02 Inter.Codes

team
Team: Bradley Carrion, Trevor Farthing, William Miner, Jeffrey Wheadon
Faculty Advisor: Riley Dillon email
Sponsor: CEDE
Inter.Codes is a platform that is being developed by Liquid Crystal Studios to allow for a complete development environment in the cloud. This development environment will include an IDE, version control, timeline and issue tracking, and basic communication systems for developers. The project goal is to expose students to working on large enterprise platforms.

CPSC03 Mind Palace

team
Team: Maxwell Baker, Ross Brandt, Katherine Phillips, Julie Prichard
Faculty Advisor: David Schroeder email
Sponsor: CEDE
This team plans to develop an application that allows the user to design a custom mind palace using the Method of Ioci. This application will be used to help the user to memorize and retain information, such as a student studying for an exam.

CPSC04 Neural Net Face Recognition

team
Team: Brian Mackessy, Elijah Michaelson, Anton Sebastian Vargas
Faculty Advisor: Nadra Guizani email
Sponsor: CEDE
Neural Networks are software models that identify human facial-emotional features. Neural Network Facial Recognition team is testing different types of neural networks to find which will classify human facial-emotional features most accurately. The team will build a neural network, assemble a training dataset, and produce a software package that can identify human facial-emotional features.

CPSC05 SpareSpace

team
Team: Evan Arends, David Hanany, George Kunthara, Devin Roche
Faculty Advisor: Gina Sprint email
Sponsor: CEDE
SpareSpace aims to connect users in need of storage space to users who have storage space available with an easy to use platform. SpareSpace’s design will attempt to look as if it were implemented by a professionals.

CPSC06 Tempo

team
Team: Rudolph Bermudez, Britta Smith, Ryan Rozema, Alexander Susee
Faculty Advisor: Nadra Guizani email
Sponsor: CEDE
Tempo team is addressing the lack of software that facilitates the curation of music, based on the user’s vitals and mood. They are creating an iOS Application that will utilize the iPhone and Apple Watch health data to determine the music to play based upon the user’s current activity.

CPSC07 3D Timeline App

team
Team: Wesley Arrington, Owen Patera, Carter Riley, Nash Wuthrich
Faculty Advisor: Rob Bryant email
Sponsor: Gonzaga English Department;
The goal of this project is to design a customizable 3D timeline application that display’s a timeline of events/artifacts (images, text). The application will provide multiple historic storylines, customizable to allow the addition of new story timelines. The application will be used in the Woldson Performing Arts Center as part of an interactive museum display.

CPSC08 Gonzaga Campus AR Walking Tour

team
Team: Danielle Forrest, Holly Schwartz
Faculty Advisor: Rob Bryant email
Sponsor: Gonzaga History Department;
The goal of this project is to design a guided augmented reality walking tour of the Gonzaga University campus. At specific points on campus, the user will be able to see historical photographs superimposed on their screen with access to historical facts and stories relevant to the specific location.

CPSC09 ECDID

team
Team: Taylor Jones, August Murphy-Beach, Mark Old, Nicholas Vitha
Faculty Advisor: Yanping Zhang email
Sponsor: ACME Concrete Paving, Inc.; Sponsor Liason: Robert Seghetti
The ECID team is developing an RFID device that can be programmed and batched into concrete as a location mechanism. For quality control purposes, companies must have the ability to identify which batch is in each location. If successful, these devices will eliminate the use of paper tickets for location tracking.

CPSC10 NIOSH I-Con Monitoring

team
Team: Brandon Kelly, Joseph Loftus, Evan Srock, Benjamin Rieckers
Faculty Advisor: Yanping Zhang email
Sponsor: Dr. David Parks;
I-Con Monitoring is addressing issue of workers being injured by machinery because of neglected machine guards. The goal will be to design, build and test a graphical user interface (GUI) that will provide a way to present sensor data to the end user in a user-friendly way.

Contact CEDE for information about Sponsoring a Project

Request Information on Senior Design
502 E. Boone
Spokane, WA 99258
Toni Boggan (509) 313-3913
Connect With Us