General Engineering (GENE) is a degree program where engineering students create their own curricula to match their own interests or career objectives when they cannot be met by one of the established programs within the College of Engineering. Emphasis areas studied by GENE majors span a wide range, from audio engineering to sustainable energy to product design, to name a few.

Modified from https://gene.calpoly.edu

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Senior Projects from 2020

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Insulated Solar Electric Cooker, Paige Camacho, Ahmed Gouda, Caroline Hodes, and Wyatt Johnson

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Sandy Feet, Garrett E. Herbst, Jacqueline Chuang, Jerin T. Brust, and Parker S. Duncan

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RaySun's Infrared Raisin Dryer, Lucas Kensinger, Saraith Aispuro, and Joe Vanacore

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Mountain Arm, Conner Magnuson, Amanda Lingle, Jordan Ambrose, and Marco Lopez

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Non-slip Prosthetic Surf Foot, Luis Mata, Sabrina Nelson, Gerrit Sperling, and Ryan Monjazeb

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Short Run Box Maker, Jesus Valdez-Ruelas

Senior Projects from 2017

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WheelieKing Trainer Project Report, Harold Hall III, Nathaniel Fox, and Thomas Niemisto

Senior Projects from 2016

Custom Mold Manufacturing Solution for Electroloom, Christian Bundschu, Ryan David, Kyle DeVlugt, and Brian Hardoin

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Portable Sensory Room for the West Orange County Consortium for Special Education, Lindsey Chase, Emma Eskildsen, Alex Fox, Claire Francis, Nate Hoffman, Kaylee Keck, and Sarah Sullivan

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Prosthetic Leg Kit for Deployment in Developing Countries, Brian Murphy, Dominique Porcincula, Derek Morgan, Kendall Ruggles, and Christian Aguayo

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Final Project Report: Motorized "Hover Board", Gabriele Pregadio

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Cal Poly On-Site Water Treatment Project Proposal, Tanner Wingo

Senior Projects from 2014

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Alternate Computer Input Device for Individuals with Quadriplegia, Tobais Elder, Michelle Martinez, and David Sylvester

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Sonar for the Visually Impaired, Anastasia Newark, Edwin Ng, and Scott Terhorst

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Fuzz Pedal Design Project, Kyle Schaefer