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AMRE | Goodyear OTR

a collage of student headshots from the College of Wooster

Minh Duc Dao ’23 | Computer Science and Mathematics
Lemfon Karl Ndze’dzenyuy | Computer Science
Raisa Tasnim Raofa ’23 | Physics and Mathematics
Khandokar Shakib ’22 | Mathematics and Computer Science

Advisors: Nathan Sommer and John Ramsay

Special thanks to our sponsor: Donald and Alice Noble Foundation

The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company presented the AMRE team at the College of Wooster with a complex geometry of their product. The team was tasked with extracting data supplied by Goodyear and, using that data, create an interactive 3D visualization to be used by design engineers. The team was able to do this visualization and in a way that is generalizable to use for different products with a wide variety of complex geometries.

Posted in Experiential Learning, Experiential Learning Showcase 2021 on October 17, 2021.


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