Professor Alexandre Skabardonis poses with two of his teams at the 2019 Masters of Engineering Capstone Project Showcase in May 2019.
Every year, the Institute of Transportation Studies faculty and lead researchers engage with the Master of Engineering program at UC Berkeley, which encompasses engineering coursework with classes in leadership and business management. This year, with the course being completely online, the program saw an increase in student enrollment, many of whom chose transportation courses, projects and activities that crossed over into ITS Berkeley. Near the end of the program, students complete a capstone project that integrates their business and technical courses into one final project. Students work closely with faculty advisors to address a specific industry challenge often partnering with a with private business. On May 6, the Fung Institute shared the 10th annual UC Berkeley Master of Engineering (MEng) Capstone Showcase online, featuring both an interactive exhibition, formal presentations and awards.
The Institute of Transportation Studies would like to recognize the outstanding work done by the Master of Engineering students in the field of transportation. Thank you also to our many faculty advisors who provide leadership and oversight to these students: