Smart Charger

Overview

Smart Charger will maintain your smartphone battery’s daily capacity so you can go through your day without worrying about charging. With Smart Charger, you can charge overnight without harming your battery.

Team


Mohamed Morsy – Undergraduate Electrical Engineer at University of Pittsburgh Swanson School of Engineering

Mohamed is a sophomore electrical engineering student minoring in mechanical engineering from the Pittsburgh area. He is the Smart Charger team leader. Some of his hobbies include playing soccer and drawing.


John Kelly – Undergraduate Mechanical Engineer at University of Pittsburgh Swanson School of Engineering

John is a Sophomore mechanical engineer minoring in Physics from South Carolina. He is involved with Pitt Aero and Engineers without borders. He also is heavily involved with Pitt outdoors club, and rock climbs in his free time.


Nick Kshatri – Undergraduate Bioengineer at University of Pittsburgh Swanson School of Engineering

Nick is a sophomore bioengineering student minoring in mechanical engineering from Eastern Pennsylvania. He is the Business Manager of the Pitt Club Tennis Team, and is on a design team affiliated with Pitt’s Design Hub.


Matt Rosenblatt – Undergraduate Bioengineer at University of Pittsburgh Swanson School of Engineering

Matt is a sophomore bioengineering student from New Jersey. He currently is a student research assistant at the Geriatric Psychiatry Neuroimaging Laboratory. In addition, Matt is involved with the music department here at Pitt, playing the trumpet.


Nolan Zinn – Undergraduate Computer Engineer at University of Pittsburgh Swanson School of Engineering

Nolan is a sophomore computer engineering student from the Pittsburgh area. He plays the drums for his local church. He enjoys sports and outdoor activities.