2020-2021 BMES - Medtronic Student Design Competition Finalists

Biomedical Engineering Society’s students are encouraged to apply to the 2020-2021 Annual Design Contest, sponsored by Medtronic. This year's competition will be broken down into four tracks, Mechanical/Electrical, Electrical/Computer Science, Chemical/Biological, Anything COVID-19 geared. Please ensure your submission is unique and aims to improve upon current medical devices and practices already in place.

Top Three Finalists in the Mechanical/Electrical Track:
STAT-B: A MECHANIZED STEPPED TENSION BRACE FOR TREATMENT OF ACHILLES TENDONITIS IN COLLEGIATE ATHLETES"
Designed by: Sneha Jeevan & Jack Latella
Link to Presentation (Link to Come)

A wearable solution for treating apnea of prematurity through application of physical stimuli
Designed by: Leen Arnaout & Leen Arnaout
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Fast & Fusion
Designed by: Zachary Jordan, Kimia Mahboub, Saumya Kapoor, Ramya Saldanha, & Sara Thorsness
Link to Presentation (Link to Come)

Top Three Finalists in the Electrical/Computer Science Track:
VascoVision
Designed by: Adarsh Rao & Savan Patel
Link to Presentation (Link to Come)

ElectroCath
Designed by: Abhinand Sudarshana, Adel Tani, Akshay Gharpure, Isabelle Lam, Matthew Lo, & Rebecca Mendoza
Link to Presentation (Link to Come)

EarlyByrd Medical Imaging
Designed by: Bindi M. Nagda, Godwyll Aikins, Nashaita Patrawalla, Harold Raghunandan
Link to Presentation (Link to Come)

Top Three Finalists in the Chemical/Biological Science Track:
EarFlow
Designed by: Eva Cai
Link to Presentation (Link to Come)

Implementation of An Affordable Point-of-Care Screening Device for Sickle Cell Disease in Low and Middle-Income Countries
Designed by: Tiffany Pang, Alice Chen, & Laura Duffany
Link to Presentation (Link to Come)

Game of Stones
Designed by: Matthew Blackton, Saiyuri Naidu, Patrick Costello, Rachael Neary, Danelle Smith
Link to Presentation (Link to Come)

Top Three Finalists in the COVID-19 Science Track:
An RF-based wearable fluid monitoring system
Designed by: Aryan Agarwal, Rucha Bhise, Noushig Boyajian, Edwina Hau, & Giselle Ho
Link to Presentation (Link to Come)

Second Wind
Designed by: Laukik Nagawekar, Alex Thomason, Stevan Kriss, Casey Lee, Rini Jayarethinam, Laryssa Melnyk, Bryant Green, Peter Cestrone, Maura Armezzani
Link to Presentation (Link to Come)

OxyJet: A low-cost electricity-free CPAP for ICU Prevention of COVID-19 Patients
Designed by: Meemnur Rashid, Md. Kawsar Ahmed, Kaisar Ahmed Alman, Farhan Muhib
Link to Presentation (Link to Come)