Team

The Chargeblue project was created by an electrical engineering senior design team with a passion for off-setting the University of Kentucky's carbon footprint. Each team member brought an array of critical skills and talents to the group such as panel design, power managment, structural design, network communication, and public relations.



Matt Layson
Matt Layson is a senior in Electrical Engineering at the University of Kentucky. He has strong interest in RF engineering and renewable energy. He has worked as an intern for 2 years in military avionics, circuit protection, and product testing.




Ryan Copple
Ryan Copple is a senior of Electrical Engineering at the University of Kentucky and is a previous employee of the UK Center for Visual and Virtual Environments. During his work at UK, Ryan developed skills relating to automation, computer interfacing, and micro-controls. Within the last year Ryan co-founded a local start-up company specializing in touchscreen way-finding technology.




Alexa Eggert
Alexa Eggert is a senior in Computer Engineering at the University of Kentucky. During the last four years she has taken an interest in wireless communications as well as the processes involved in MEMS. Upon graduation in May 2011 she will be commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Air Force where she will be a Developmental Engineer with an emphasis in computers.




Jim Wang
Jim Wang is a senior in Electrical Engineering at the University of Kentucky, and minoring in Mathematics, with a planned graduation date of 2010-05.




Jordan Catron
Jordan Catron is a senior in Electrical Engineering at the University of Kentucky. He is currently employed at Lexmark International where he works as an Electrical Hardware Engineering Student. His main focus is on electronics with an emphasis on sensor implementation.



Christina Yeoman
Christina Yeoman will graduate in May of 2010 with a degree in Computer Engineering as well as three minors in Computer Science, Spanish, and Mathematics. She has three and a half years of work experience as an intern for Lexmark International, Inc. While employed at Lexmark, she was also a member of Phi Sigma Rho and Delta Epsilon Iota. In the remaining year of her undergraduate career, she has been the Vice-Chair of IEEE at UK, as well as the starter of WECE (Women in Electrical and Computer Engineering). In the future, she plans on being a professor. Her interest area is in Power and Energy. She intends on receiving her Masters in that field of study.