Showcase for Design + Innovation Day 2021 – Viewable Online!
Some program’s projects may be available for viewing online – see below for details.
Welcome to our fifth annual Design + Innovation Day! During their final year, most engineering students must complete a major, year-long capstone project. In small teams, they use the knowledge and skills gained during their studies, to solve challenging real-world problems proposed by community partners. At the end of the course, our partners are presented with design models and potentially a working prototype as a solution to their problem.
Experience world-class design and research projects by senior students in UBC Engineering by following the links below.
|Chemical and Biological Engineering||Website Link|
|Civil Engineering||Projects unavailable for public viewing|
|Electrical and Computer Engineering||Website Link|
|Engineering Physics||Website Link|
|Environmental Engineering||Projects unavailable for public viewing|
|Geological Engineering||Website Link|
|Integrated Engineering||Website Link|
|Materials Engineering||Coming soon – Please check back later!|
|Mechanical Engineering||Website Link|
|Mining Engineering||Projects unavailable for public viewing|
|New Venture Design||Website Link|
|School of Biomedical Engineering||Website Link|
CORONOAVIRUS (COVID-19) AND D+ID:
Due to current conditions with the COVID-19 outbreak, our D+ID Showcase will be online this year.
Some programs may move forward with online presentation viewing. Please continue to visit this page for the most up to date information.
This is separate from evaluated Capstone/research project requirements. Participating students will be receiving additional information from their instructors.
By order of the Provincial Health Officer (PHO), indoor events of any size are not permitted with anyone other than your household or core bubble. Restrictions for indoor gatherings remain in place in accordance with the order that came into effect November 19, 2020 at midnight and will be kept in place until further notice based on direction from the PHO. The order is province-wide, and applies to UBC’s Vancouver, Okanagan, Robson Square campuses, all UBC sites, and applies to any indoor in-person events and gatherings planned to be held on or off campus in British Columbia.
For information on how UBC continues to monitor the development of the situation, including resources, click here.
**Last Updated April 13, 2021**