Goals and Participants

Team AGUA (Arduino Graduate & Undergraduate Allstars) seeks to develop and utilize Arduino microcontrollers to monitor environmental quality variables and develop water quality control systems. These projects are intended to facilitate low-cost water quality data collection for instructional purposes, course-based undergraduate research experiences, and control of diverse research reactor systems. The group study (ECI 189) was offered in Spring quarter 2019.

Team AGUA – July 2019


Joy, Fatima and Abby test their Arduino setup.

Water Control System Demonstration Modules

  • Greywater diversion system based on pH and electrical conductivity.

Reactor Control for Research Design

  • Continuous and batch flow woodchip bioreactors for denitrification.

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