CEEO’s Summer 2018 Undergraduate Internships

September 27, 2018 at 10:50 am Leave a comment

by Lynne Ramsey, Staff Assistant


Every summer, Tufts Centering for Engineering Education and Outreach (CEEO) hires between 30 and 40 Undergraduate Student Interns to work on various research, outreach initiatives, or operations support projects at the CEEO. This past summer we had 37 undergraduate students from Tufts and from a few other Universities working at the CEEO on the projects listed below.



Sensor Modules: Camera and P-Mods
Feather Huzzah/MicroPython IDE
Augmented Reality for LEGO EV3
STEAM Workshops: Color Coding
Violin/Drum Head Vibration Analysis
LEGO+ and Micro:BIT
National Instruments
IoT Dashboard World
Data Collection on a Violin Rig
Programming a Smartphone with IoT
STEAM Discover Lab and Alternative Coding with Amazon Alexa
Connecting to the Thingworx Cloud and LEGO 3D Modeling
Chemical Engineering Workshop
Fluid Mechanics Learning Activitiy for Middle School Students
Thunkable Problem-Solving Module for Mobile App Development
Biometrics and ConnecTions
Girls and Engineering
Artificial Intelligence

For more information regarding results from any of these projects, please email ceeo@tufts.edu.

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