Engineering & Computer Science Projects Digital Library

Maker Portfolio Professional engineers know that documenting their work is an essential part of the engineering process.  Clear, accurate documentation enables others to understand, replicate and build on existing work.

All students are encouraged to:
  1. Publish their work at :
    • The Columbia Junior Science Journal.

      This is an online platform for high schoolers to publish manuscripts in the fields of natural sciences, physical sciences, engineering, and social sciences. This is subject to peer-review. Only approved copy will be published.

    • Cornell Archieved Journal.
      "arXiv" (pronouced as "archive") is owned and operated by Cornell University. This is an open-access journal platform. The site that allows all publications with 3 referrals. It has been recommended to me that you should submit your paper to this site before the CJSJ; as your paper will be more likely to receive feedback.
  2. Deliver oral presentation and do exhibit at the Makerfaire Flagship event at NYC.

Robotics / Computer Engineering Projects

2018 ZeroRobotics Tech Talk Videos:
by Jagdeep Bhatia (Gr.11th), Mayur Sharma (Gr.11th), Prateek Humane (Gr.12th), and Sunny Cheng (Gr.12th).

Group received the honor to deliver an oral presentation at the 2019 International Space Station R&namp;D Conference held in Atlanta, Georgia. Among almost 100 professional and research presesentors, only six of them were by high school students.

  • Highlight of Tech Info about 2018 ZeroRobotics -- by Sunny Cheng.
  • Navigation with Dijkstra -- by Jagdeep Bhatia.
  • The Physics and Math Work Behind -- by Mayur Sharma.
  • Automated Simulations with AWS -- by Prateek Humane.
  • Data Modeling used to maximize predictability -- by Sunny Cheng.
 View the Videos.

Customized Compact Robot (with Self-Design PCB ) (2016-8)
by Ethan Wu, 10th Grade)   Learn more

Ethan created his own customized designed platform to participate in 2017 RobocupJunior Maze. At the Fall of 2016 to 2018, Ethan delivered tech-talks on this project at the World Makerfaire and exhibited his design.

Combining SLAM with Image Processing to Generate Accurate 2-D Maps [Raspberry PI/Arduino] (2017-18):
by Alex Zhang (10th grade) and Sunny Cheng (11th).

Alex has started his SLAM project to participate in the 2018 RobocupJunior Maze Tournament. He created his own designed robot since early 2017. Sunny joined to continue working on the letters recognition of the Maze Challenge with OpenCV.     Learn more

Both Alex and Sunny attended SR since 2013, and 2012 respectively. In the Fall of 2018, both delivered a tech-talk on this project at the World Makerfaire and exhibit their project to the public.

Computer Vision Control - Visual Victims(2017-8)
by Ethan Wu, (10th Grade) and Daniel Xue (9th Grade). Ethan has started his first design of his own controller back in 2017 for participation in the 2017 RobocupJunior Maze. They continued to improve it until Spring of 2018. See all of his creations so far. From Fall of 2017 to Spring 2018, Daniel joined him and focused on the development of the computer vision control system, while Ethan continued to improve his own controller and robot design.   Learn more

Ethan and Daniel have attended SR since 2012, and 2013 respectively. In the Fall of 2018, both delivered a tech-talk on this project at the World Makerfaire and shared their exhibit.

FanGo - Fan Propelled Robot (2016 to 2017)
by Ashley Yang and Behavior Shah

Both Ashley and Bhavik attended SR from 2009 to 2017. In the Fall of 2017, Ashley will attend UT Austin majoring Mechanical Engineering; and Bhavik will enter Cornell University majoring computer science and engineering.     Learn more

In the Fall of 2017, both delivered a tech-talk on this project at the World Makerfaire and shared their exhibit.

Robots Formation (2015 to 2016)
by Prateek Humane and Neelay Trivedi  Learn more

Here is their presentation slide

Link to the portfolio webpage.

Prateek Humane and Neelay have attended at SR starting from their 4th, 5th grade respectively. In the Fall of 2016, both delivered a tech-talk on this project at the World Makerfaire and shared their exhibit.

PI-controller Line Tracker (2016)
by Reetom Ghosh
 Learn more

Reetom attended SR from 2013 to 2016. In the Fall of 2017, Reetom entered Purdue University majoring Mechanical Engineering.

A-Cart Algorithm Design (2016)
by Alex Zhang  Learn more

Alex has attended SR since 2013.

Soccer Robot (Exploration with Machine Learning) (2015-2016)
by Luke Dai (12th Grade)  Learn more

Luke created this project for the participation of 2016 RobocupJunior Soccer Tournament. Luke attended SR from 2009 to 2016. In the Fall of 2017, Luke entered UC Berkeley majoring computer science.

Computer Science Projects

Daniel Carroll (2011 to 2018)
Daniel has created his own website to discuss a few of his favorite algorithms. He has already planned to pursue Ph.D. to become a professor. He entered Lafayette College in 2018 with a handsome scholarship.  Learn more.

Ricson Cheng (2013 to 2015) - Entered the Carnegie Mellon University with major in Computer Science.
Here shows  three of Ricson Cheng's most accomplished computer science projects while he was attending SR:
  • GPS Multi-agent Robotics Project. (Spring of 2015)
  • Segmented Sieve of Eratosthenes. (2014)
  • Quicksort with Tripartite Partitioning. (2013)
 Learn more