Engineering & Physics Department

Student Projects

We challenge our students to use imaginative thinking and creative engineering to develop innovative solutions for tomorrow.



Asklepois addresses the concerns a caregiver may have for an elderly person. It can be programmed for up to 10 medicines to be dispensed on any schedule. It is secured using a smart-card and could be monitored online. This design won an honorable mention award at a local business innovation event.


Battleship is an automated mechatronics version of the traditional board game. One player can play against the computer to see which one is able to find and sink the others battleships.
Bike Generator


Bike Generator was designed to address the need to generate power in remote areas of the world. In many areas a bicycle is the primary mode of transportation. By adding a generator it can also become a source of power.


ConnectFour is another automated mechatronics version of a classic game. One player plays against the computer to see who can connect four colored disks in a row, column, or diagonal.


MATT is a Mobile Automated Tennis Trainer. It is a tennis ball shooting robot that allows a player to practice alone. It is able to serve balls at various angles, speeds and locations on the court.


Skateboard is a battery powered transportation device that improves the rider's balance with miniature gyros.



WiFiRobot is a computer controlled robot that communicates through a WiFi connection.

Contact Us

Mailing address:
Harding University
Engineering & Physics Department
Box 12290
Searcy, AR 72149-5615