Tent design projects are various group activities lead by graduate and undergraduate REACT fellows aimed at taking the first steps towards the engineering, design, and development of relief tents that use functional coatings developed by basic research of each ACT.
- SURGG Tent Team Videos SURGG Tent Team Presentation, August 4, 2017
- REACT Emergency Shelter Sprint Workshop The objective of the Emergency Shelter sprint workshop was to tackle a global design challenge related to water collection and purification (ACT 1/ACT 2).
- SURGG (Penn’s Summer Undergraduate Research Group Grant) Active Coating Technology (ACT)-Enabled Relief Tents for Natural Disaster, Summer 2017: This collaborative project brings students from Schools of Engineering, Design, and Arts and Sciences to design tent prototypes that are coated with active coatings to divert and collect water.
- Senior Design Team On April 22, 2016 the Senior Design Team presented their REACT-inspired research, “Surface Modifications for Dew Collection,” as part of the School of Engineering and Applied Science Senior Design Project Competition. On May 16, 2016, Sonya Kripke, Gracie Salmon and Jason Woo graduate. Congratulations to the team!! Thanks to Professor Karen Winey for overseeing their ...