ISE Students Gain Real-World Project Experience in 2022 Raytheon Case Competition

June 10, 2022

The ISE Raytheon Case Competition allowed students to gain project experience. Image/Nicole Lewis

Eight student teams took part in the contest focused on facility design.

The 2022 Daniel J. Epstein Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering Raytheon Case Competition offered ISE students the opportunity to work together and solve a challenge, applying skills they learned in class to a real-world project. The contest, which is supported by Raytheon Technologies, took place from Friday March 4 to Saturday March 5, offering students the opportunity to gain project experience and network with leading industry professionals.

Eight student teams competed for the top prize of $500, a $250 second place award and the $100 third place prize.

The winning team was F4ntastic, comprised of members Janet Choi, Alexander Li, Danica Liau and Yusan Wong.

Team 2 were the runners up, with members Chaitanya Barkate, Ben Crotty and Ryan Slater. Third place was taken out by MIRIS, with members Iris Gordo, Mira Pratama and Raghav Arvind Thirumurugan.

The contest was judged by Raytheon team members Magdarline Davidson and Sarah Smith, and Senior Lecturer of Industrial and Systems Engineering Shalini Gupta and Lecturer of Industrial and Systems Engineering Yalda Khashe.

Further images from the event are available here. 

Published on June 10th, 2022

Last updated on June 10th, 2022