First-year mechanical engineering students at Johns Hopkins take their design skills for a spin in annual competition that challenges them to use basic supplies to complete a complex task.
PhD candidate introduces Aura Spark bracelet at orientation event for first-year electrical and computer engineering students.
First-year students apply mechanical engineering principles they’ve learned in their intro classes in annual design challenge competition.
First-year Johns Hopkins biomedical engineering students measure how a roller coaster ride affects heart rate and blood flow.
First-year biomedical engineering students (plus a T. rex) tackle design challenge.
HopHacks is a weekend of immersive learning and problem solving. It’s also an opportunity for students to explore their passions.
The event, part of National Engineers Week, aimed to bring graduate women together to network and discuss their experiences as women in engineering, along with the challenges of graduate school.
The Spring 2017 installment of HopHacks drew graduate and undergraduate students from around the country who spent a weekend working on programming projects, from a memory app to a cybersecurity tool.
Students participating in this year’s Mousetraps and Rubber Bands challenge were challenged with building two-part gizmos with timing mechanisms that, on command, would launch a Blue Jay Beanie Baby off an elevated, upward sloping ramp and as far as possible across the Shriver Hall stage.