Projects Involving Computer Science

2019-20 Projects

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

CPSC 1 Architectural Tessellation Optimizer

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Team: Aaron Dodge, Kevin Mattappally, William Mooseker, Mauricio Velazquez Ocampo
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Gina Sprint email
Sponsor & Liason: Skimore Owings and Merril (SOM), Dr. Joshua Schultz

Develop a web-based software solution for taking an image from the user and creating recommended tessellations based on the database and algorithms developed by the team.

CPSC 2 Basketball Audio Feedback

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Team: Hunter Congress, David Ihle, Thomas McDonald, Patrick Seminatore
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Gina Sprint email
Sponsor & Liason: Conditioned Sports Training - John Correia

The goal of this project is to develop a system that provides dynamic audio feedback to basketball players as they train to improve their shooting ability.

CPSC 3 ComSem Machine Learning

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Team: Davis Fairchild, Allison Fellger, Vincent Lombardi, Thomas McKenzie
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Rob Bryant email
Sponsor & Liason: Comsem.net, James Hunter, GU ESL

The development and refinement of a web platform that gives English language learners feedback on their language use, to incorporate multiple Natural Language Processing applications.

CPSC 4 Biopath: Tools for Learning Biochemistry

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Team: Benjamin Bladow, Andrew Brodhead, Joshua Go, Zach McKee
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Rob Bryant email
Sponsor & Liason: Jeff Watson, Dept. of Biochemistry

Continued development of an interactive, graphically-rich app to help students understand the structure, organization and regulation of metabolic pathways in biochemistry.

CPSC 5 App for Therapeutic Incentive Spirometer

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Team: Isak Bjornson, Hanna Brender, Cole deSilva, Kelsey Lally
Faculty Advisor: Bruce Worobec email
Sponsor & Liason: Lung Technologies LLC

Design, develop and prototype the Next-Generation Electronic Therapeutic Incentive Spirometer and Electronic DVT Exerciser. Develop a single smartphone application for both devices for close patient monitoring. This will revolutionize post-surgical care for major orthopedic, abdominal, thoracic and pelvic surgeries.

CPSC 6 Autonomous Delivery Robot

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Team: Kevin Hance, Luke Hartman, Jackson Paris, Reid Whitson
Faculty Advisor: Bruce Worobec email
Sponsor & Liason: CEDE

The Gonzaga Delivery Robot will autonomously deliver snacks and school supplies to students and faculty around campus.

CPSC 7 Driving Reality Interface in Virtual Reality (DRIVR)

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Team: Brooke Hughes-Braumer, Connor Cooley, Donovan Farar, Timothy Rodriguez
Faculty Advisor: Bruce Worobec email
Sponsor & Liason: CEDE

Our project will deliver a proof of concept showing that fully-autonomous trucks can be controlled remotely through VR when navigation proves to difficult for the A.I. by developing a system using an RC car and VR (virtual reality) hardware.

CPSC 8 Gonzaga Campus AR Walking Tour

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Team: Alexa Andrews, Mason Dellutri, Ryan Hays, Maxwell Heinzelman
Faculty Advisor: Bruce Worobec email
Sponsor & Liason: Rob Bryant, Veta Schlimgen

Enhance an existing prototype of a Gonzaga campus AR walking tour app.

CPSC 9 Vehicle Status Notification Engine

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Team: Bryan Fischer, Christian Kruep, Mario Maldonado Santos, Michael Newell
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Daniel Olivares email
Sponsor & Liason: Laz Martinez, City of Spokane

The goal of this project is to take the existing solution to the next level. A proactive, smart, modern Vehicle Status Notification Engine that is constantly monitoring the status of all vehicles in the system and can deliver Text messages via Twilio and/or emails via City’s Office 365 email relay to the operators of the vehicle.

CPSC 10 Helping Tenants and Climate

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Team: Katherine Gibson, Gage Gutmann, Eugene Krug, Vincent Rettke
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Daniel Olivares email
Sponsor & Liason: Brian Henning, Environmental Studies

The goal of this project would be to speak to community members in Logan, Hillyard, and northeast Spokane as well as the City of Spokane, Avista, and tenant advocates to design a pilot program that would help prospective tenants know what the likely monthly out of pocket expense will be for rent plus utilities (electricity and gas).

CPSC 11 Unity 2D Strategy Game

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Team: Brett Baringa, Andrew Flagstead, Michael Fontanilla, Evan Swanson
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Kate Schroeder email
Sponsor & Liason: CEDE

A game prototype developed in Unity, blending elements from the ARPG and RTS genres, in the form of a 2D pixel based strategy game.

CPSC 12 VR/AR System for Visualizing Roadway Cross Section Decisions

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Team: Kasey Davis, Maximillian Marciel, Luke Sparks, Nathan Vanos
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Kate Schroeder email
Sponsor & Liason: Rhonda Young, WYDOT

Use of virtual or augmented reality for improving visualization of allocating limited right of way space for roadway cross sectional elements.

CPSC 13 Education in VR

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Team: Jared Elliott, John Gruber, Samuel Jerijervi, Diego Valdez Gomez Garcia
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Yanping Zhang email
Sponsor & Liason: CEDE

Educational VR game for elementary students that focuses on kinesthetic learning in math and grammar.

CPSC 14 Meev.AI - AI Virtual Assistant For Attending Your Meetings

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Team: Harley Davis, John Distinti, Brandon Niblock, Maxwell Sherman
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Yanping Zhang email
Sponsor & Liason: Scott Broder, xplollin

The goal of the project is to develop a prototype to show VCs. The product is an AI virtual assistant (VA) that will take meeting notes on behalf of the humans attending or not attending the meeting. They are essentially a domain-specific Siri or Alexa.

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