CWRU Students and Alumni Turn Heads at 2017 CES
A digital concussion monitoring system to better protect athletes. A smart key that collects a user’s passwords in a single device.
What do these innovative concepts have in common?
They were all created by teams featuring Case School of Engineering students and alumni and were on display at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
Case School of Engineering has established itself as among the most active and innovative schools in the country. The strong showing at the 2017 CES is a testament to Case Western Reserve University students’ knowledge and passion for bettering our everyday experiences through technology and invention.
Craving even more progression? Check out the school’s previous CES participation in more detail and then learn how you can become a part of the CWRU community.