Emily Chang, Janet Lin (Yu-Jung), Ojas Sawant, John Shields, Haiyin (Haley) Yang
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Check out ETC Project teams as they build the future each semester.
Our students learn through doing. Once ETC students have completed their immersion semester, the emphasis of their remaining education is on the applied research project courses.
Each project course brings together interdisciplinary student teams that must produce working artifacts and playable prototypes; in the tradition of Carnegie Mellon University, the emphasis is on making real things that work. A key aspect of the program is to ensure that students have an opportunity to work with a large, diverse set of collaborators with different skills and sensibilities. A typical project covers an entire semester and is built around a student team, a faculty supervisor and a client representative.
Jimit Bhalani, Vivek Kotecha, Aaron (Cheng) Li, Qiaochu Li, Adam Liss, Xiaolin Liu, Eric Tsai
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Zixu Ding, Juan Jose Ramirez Uribe, Savitra Sapre, Keng Hua Sing, Timothy Staton-Davis, Arim Yoon
Sudhanshu Aggarwal, Etaba Assigana, Chih-Wei "Jerry" Chen, Chong Hu, Rahul Nagarkar, Xin Ning, Akshay Ramesh, Wanyan Zheng
Stephanie Fawaz, Laxman Deepak Raj (ladera) Jayakumar, Wenyu Jiang, Mahardiansyah Kartika, Cewon Kim, Kirsten Rispin
2013 Post Graduation
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