A shout out to our ‘MediHealth Tracker’ capstone team, Rameen Masood, Purna Haque, Nga Man Cheng, and Holly Smith, who represented the ECE department at the 7x24 Exchange Metro New York 2020 Virtual University Challenge for their creativity, dedication, and excellent work! You made us all proud.
Rameen Masood, Purna Haque, Nga Man Cheng, and Holly Smith are all senior year undergraduate students who developed ‘MediHealth Tracker’ for their capstone design project. The faculty advisor for the team is Dr. Hana Godrich. The team was awarded a $2,000 grant for the project. The ECE capstone program was awarded $4,000 to further invest in senior year capstone projects and research related to datacenters.
Their project tackles the issue of tracking medical records. With people constantly using different doctors and platforms controlled by their medical service providers, the objective of the team was to create a user-controlled mobile application that helps members to gain full control over their medical information in a centralized location. ‘MediHealth Tracker’ provides members with a private and secure environment to store and manage their health information. The app features include uploading files, storing immunizations and medication info, and an appointment manager.
The 7X24 Exchange is a leading knowledge exchange organization in the mission-critical facilities space for those who design, build, operate, and own data centers. The 7X24 Exchange Metro New York Chapter leadership has been holding a yearly University Challenge in the past five years, inviting selected tri-state area universities to participate in design challenges related to data centers. Participating teams and universities are awarded grants ranging from $1,000 to $10,000 to further advance the visibility of the data center industry to excellent students and expand capstone programs projects concentrating in this field.
Congratulation to the team for their achievements!