At the Silicon Valley Project Center, WPI students pursuing their MQP are making an impact in computer science, electrical and engineering, and interactive media and game development, putting their WPI education and experience to work to create solutions to real life problems.
We invite you to join alumni, parents and friends at this annual event - this year, being held at the Juniper Networks Aspiration Dome - as WPI celebrates the accomplishments of our students taking on intensive projects during C Term.
Date: Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Location: The Juniper Networks Aspiration Dome, 1081 Innovation Way, Sunnyvale, CA 94089
Parking is available at the dome
During this networking event, guests will have a chance to meet WPI's new Peterson Family Dean of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Jean King, a widely respected neuroscientist and professor of Biology and Biotechnology.
Advanced registration is requested.
The Silicon Valley Project Center
Silicon Valley is home to many dynamic companies in the computer industry and related high-tech fields. Students at the Silicon Valley Project Center work with companies such as SRI International, Disney Interactive, NVIDIA, Juniper Networks and others.
In recent years, WPI students have completed projects developing a hypervisor that can run Windows with a minimal loss of performance and no loss of functionality for the NVIDIA Corporation; constructing a simulation of the bi-static satellite-radar system of SRI International’s Radio Aurora eXplorer mission and producing synthetic data; and creating Memory Dash, a multi-player puzzle-based iPhone game that provided entertainment for users and product feedback data for eBay.