Project Open Day
  • Computing, Robotics, Electrical/Electronic Engineering: Ground Floor, Smeaton Building

  • Mechanical and Marine Engineering: Roland Levinsky Building

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Final year students from the Computing, Robotics, Electrical/Electronic Engineering and Mechanical and Marine Engineering degrees are presenting their projects at this annual event. 

This is a great opportunity for you to visit the University and see over 100 exciting projects, demonstrating many innovative ideas and designs for current and future technologies, which our final year students have been working on this year. 

Mechanical and Marine Engineering Project Open Day

Students from the School of Engineering will present their projects in the Roland Levinsky Building.

Contact the School of Engineering (email / tel: 01752 586100) for further information and to confirm your attendance. 

Computing, Robotics, Electrical and Electronic Engineering Project Open Day

Students from the School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics will showcase their projects in the Smeaton Building.

There will be projects covering many disciplines including:

  • State-of-the-art computing, from mobile apps to Raspberry Pi's
  • Intelligent robotics, from quadrocopters to robotic creatures
  • Advanced electrical and electronics, from renewable energy to graphene supercapacitors.

Contact the School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics office (email: / tel: 01752 586200 (Julie Taylor)) for further information. The event reception desk will be on the ground floor of the Smeaton Building (East Entrance), which is located towards the south of the campus.

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Today's events

Engineering projects

  • Working with bipedal robotics and control engineering in the Smeaton Building

  • Nicola Beech, 2016 project winner of the GMD Eurotool Ltd sponsored Design Innovation Prize

  • Robotics in the Smeaton Building labs

  • Mechanical and Marine Engineering project showcase

  • The successful Project Nevada team with Sarah Piercy and their handcycle (nicknamed Reynolds) on the tarmac in Battle Mountain

Event photography and video
Please be aware that some of the University of Plymouth's public events may be attended by University photographers and videographers, for capturing content to be used in University online and offline marketing and promotional materials, for example webpages, brochures or leaflets. If for whatever reason, you or a member of your group, do not wish to be photographed, please make yourself known to staff working at the event on arrival or to the photographer.