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PracticePoint is a natural fit for engineering students, but it’s also a place for students and faculty from other disciplines.

Data science and data visualization students can uncover new ways of presenting patient data; robotics students can design, build, and test new technology; neuroscience students can assess patients’ mental efforts; business students can study user experiences; students at the HealthCare Delivery Institute can develop apps; and cybersecurity students can test device cyber safety.

WPI's motto is Lehr und Kunst, theory and practice. And that’s really what PracticePoint is all about.
Greg Fischer
Director
PracticePoint

How to get involved:

  • Search available e-projects or contact your advisor.
  • To use the facility, contact the staff at practicepoint_projects@wpi.edu to learn more about the process for conducting research.

Rowers at Work

Class of 2020 graduates Josephine Bowen, Ben Thornton, Blake Dobay, and Marc Reardon used motion-capture equipment at PracticePoint to complete their Major Qualifying Project, which involved creating sensors and a tool to help rowers improve their rowing technique.