The College of New Jersey requires senior engineering students to complete a Senior Project before the completion of their degree. The project forces students to apply the academic foundation built in their coursework to complete an engineering design. Aspects of the project that contribute to over-all student learning include: research, design, cost analysis, construction, testing, computational modeling, product management and design control. During this process, students work with a faculty advisor to reach goals and deadlines over the course of 2 semesters.
The objective of our Senior Project is to design and construct a dedicated venous stent to be used for treatment of May Thurner/Iliac Vein Compression Syndrome. Progress reports, team member contributions and contact information can be found on the pages listed above.