Butterworth Product Development
Competition in ICS
and
Beall Student Design Competition in Engineering

Congratulations to this year's winning teams!

Beall Student Design Competition at the Samueli School

  • 1st Place Prize Winners ($7,500):
    Spero Diagnostics
    Jessica Motherwell, Jose Gallegos, Ernesto Sosa, Ting-Yi Chu, Maka Pennell, Zachary Campagna
  • 2nd Place Prize Winners ($5,000):
    A Hundred Tiny Hands
    Sophia Lin, Nicole Mendoza, Jolie McLane, Eugene Lee, Danny Greene
  • 3rd Place Prize Winners ($2,500):
    HydroTrack
    Michael Bryant, Aurelia Darling, Anni Liu

Butterworth Product Development Competition at the Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences

  • 1st Place Prize Winners ($7,500):
    Blueberry
    Karan Sekhri, Adrien Deguzman, Sheng Xia, Tai Cao, Derek Omuro
  • 2nd Place Prize Winners ($5,000):
    Spout
    Ekin Oguz, Sky Faber, Cesar Ghali, Fulya Ozcan
  • 3rd Place Prize Winners ($2,500):
    Ant mApp
    Alexsandra Guerra, Esosa Agbonwaneten, Yerlan Turekeshov, Avedis Simonian, Maharshi Patel

Prizes for each competition are:
1st Place: $7,500
2nd Place: $5,000
3rd Place: $2,500

Butterworth Product Development Competition at the Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences
Is a product development competition designed to encourage the creation of new technologies with potential for commercialization. Ideas and products are evaluated on their technological merits and potential to impact the marketplace. Students are encouraged to submit new products that involve the development of software and systems. Products that entail integration are acceptable as long as there is a substantial development effort.

The competition is open to all UCI students. Teams must be composed of at least two (2) students, one (1) of which must be enrolled at the Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences.

Beall Student Design Competition at The Henry Samueli School of Engineering
Offered to encourage the creation of new technologies, or solutions to current design problems that have the potential for commercialization. Ideas and products are evaluated on their technological merits as well as potential to impact the marketplace. Students are encouraged to submit new product ideas that involve the development of hardware and devices. Products that entail integration are acceptable as long as there is a substantial development effort.

The competition is open to all UCI students. Teams must be composed of at least two (2) students, one (1) of which must be enrolled at The Henry Samueli School of Engineering.

2013 Competitors
Last year's winners of the Butterworth Competition were composed of Business, Engineering, Medicine and ICS students. For more information on finalist projects, please visit http://www.ics.uci.edu/community/news/spotlight/spotlight_butterworth_2013.php