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A team of two Missouri S&T students placed first in the Black Box Competition held on Nov. 15, at St. Louis University. The competition, sponsored by the St. Louis section of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, involves students using tools to identify electronic circuitry inside a closed box without looking inside.
First place was awarded to Amanda Hamdorf of Festus, Mo., a senior in electrical engineering, and Colin Gibson of Lake Lotawana, Mo., a senior in electrical engineering.
Third place was awarded to Lawrence Crosier of Kansas City, Mo., a senior in computer engineering, and Timothy Clemon of St. Louis, a freshman in interdisciplinary engineering.
Other participating S&T students were Matthew West of St. Louis, a freshman in electrical engineering, and Matthew Overmire of Rolla, a senior in electrical engineering.
Second place was awarded to a team from St. Louis University and fourth place was awarded to a team from Southern Illinois University.