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SUNY Korea Mechanical Engineering Final Project Showcase Successful​
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On Wednesday, June 5, 2024, the SUNY Korea Mechanical Engineering Final Project Showcase was successfully held at the Incheon Global Campus. The event provided a platform for students to present their creative and innovative projects.

The event began with an open viewing of the Doosan Dream Makerspace. Participants had the opportunity to explore various mechanical equipment and view the projects created by the students. The opening remarks were given by Dr. Hamid Hefazi, chair of the Mechanical Engineering department. Dr. Hefazi commended the students for their hard work and emphasized the importance of the showcase as a significant opportunity for academic growth.

Students from three Mechanical Engineering classes were able to present their projects with a focus on real-world industrial applications, sharing in-dept research and experimental results. The ME classes include: the MEC 101 project presentations, the MEC 530: Applied Stress Analysis project presentations, and the MEC 440 project presentations. The projects presented were not only a display of academic prowess but also highlighted the practical application of engineering principles to solve real-world problems. 

Through this event, students were able to gain invaluable experience in presenting their work, receiving constructive feedback, and engaging in intellectual discourse with their audience. The showcase underscored the importance of innovation and collaboration in engineering, encouraging students to push the boundaries of their knowledge and skills.

SUNY Korea's Mechanical Engineering Department remains committed to fostering an environment that nurtures academic excellence and practical expertise. By continuing to hold such events, the department aims to equip students with the necessary tools to excel in their future careers, drive technological advancements, and contribute meaningfully to society.

 

 

Written by Student Reporter, Suhyun Kim
(suhyun.kim@stonybrook.edu)

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