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Published on May 5, 2014
The SEAmagine Clinic team of Alex Grammar, Caitlin Jacques, Matthew Kurtis, Kirsten McAfee, Alex Randall and Jonathan Simkin designed a novel sensor system to be used in the clean-up of heavy oil spills. The team constructed a scaled prototype of a suction and sensor system and experimented with various collection techniques for sponsor SEAmagine Hydrospace Corporation. Their advisers were computer science Professor David Harris and liaison William Kohnen.