Engineering Graduate Research Symposium

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We are excited to announce the 2023 Engineering Graduate Research Symposium!

The 2023 Engineering Graduate Research Symposium (EGRS) will take place May 11th, 2023 in the Engineering Building on the campus of Michigan State University.  Celebrate with us as we showcase the work of graduate students from across all College units.  

Poster Listing

Click here for the 2023 Engineering Graduate Research Symposium Poster Listing (pdf copy)

Registered Industry Partners

We are excited to host representatives from the following organizations.  

BASF Meritor
Corewell Health PPG
Dow Ramaiah Institute of Technology
Ford The Engineering Society  of Detroit
GE Aerospace Toyota
General Motors WSP
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company Yazaki
Jackson ZF Group

Event Agenda

8:00AM - 9:00AM Registration
Poster Set Up
9:00AM - 9:30AM Welcome Remarks
9:30AM - 11:00AM First Poster Session
11:00AM - 12:30PM Second Poster Session
12:30PM - 2:00PM Lunch and Symposium Showcase
2:00PM - 2:30PM Event Conclusion and Poster Tear Down


Event Attendees

The Symposium is FREE and open to the public and we value your participation.  ATTENDEES CAN CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.  Attendee registration closes April 28, 2023.  

Click here to learn more about supporting the Symposium including serving as a poster judge, hosting an information table and sponsoring the event.


Graduate Student Presentators and Attendees

Poster presenters should bring their printed posters to the Symposium by 8:30am on May 11th.  Information on poster size can be found in the Graduate Symposium Poster Guidelines.


Symposium Research Themes

Applied Electromagnetics

Development of electromagneic devices and technologies to improve communication and sensing capabilities for a wide array of consumer, industrial and governmental applications.

Computational and Informational Systems

Algorithm design and software development to enable and advance data mining and machine learning, computer vision, context-aware computing, trustworthy computing, and cyberphysical systems.

Health and Biomedical

Discovering and engineering solutions to enhance health and wellness and to improve health care for increased longevity and quality of life.

Materials, Mechanics and Advanced Manufacturing

 Creation of new and improved materials and their applications, coupled with fundamental and comprehensive understanding of their properties and performance, as well as improved processing systems, for use in the production of goods.

Mobility and Robotics

Designing mechanisms for improving the lives of people, facilitating transportation, and supporting manufacturing of goods, with particular emphasis on a new generation of autonomous, connected, energy-efficient vehicles that can operate safely under real-world conditions.

Smart AG

Applying technology to the agro-food supply chain to enhance food safety, food security, and system efficiency.

Sustainability: Infrastructure, Environment, Energy and Water

Creating sustainable approaches to meeting societal resource needs, optimizing interactions between the natural and built environments, and protecting human and environmental health.