ECE Students Advance to 2012 InVenture Prize Finals

Atlanta, GA
Stylii

2012 InVenture Prize competitors Stylii:Stylii: An extraordinarily precise and pressure-sensitive capacitive stylusMatthew Stoddard – Industrial Design, Clarksville, TN       Christopher Vollo – Electrical Engineering, Alpharetta, GA 

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Two
teams with students from the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
(ECE) are finalists in the 2012 InVenture Prize Competition. The event will
take place Tuesday, March 13 at 7 pm in the Ferst Center for the Arts on the
Georgia Tech campus and will be televised live on Georgia Public Broadcasting.

Among
the six finalists are two teams with ECE students. They include:

Stylii: An extraordinarily precise and
pressure-sensitive capacitive stylus. The team is made up of Matthew Stoddard,
an industrial design major from Clarksville, Tenn., and Christopher Vollo, an electrical
engineering major from Alpharetta, Ga. Watch
their interview with GPB.

DEfT Pad: A touchscreen device that
gives guitarists the functionality of a distortion panel. The team is made up
of David Burke, a computer engineering major from Canton, Ga., and electrical
engineering majors Bradley Keller of Gainesville, Ga.; Sarosh Ali Shahbuddin of
Rock Hill, S.C.; Michael Barrington Stone of Augusta, Ga.; and Jarred
Vallbracht of Covington, Ga. Watch
their interview with GPB.

We
wish our students the very best of luck on Tuesday. Go Jackets!

Last revised August 1, 2017