MEAM Ph.D. Thesis Defense: “High Performance Electroadhesives for Materials and Robots with Electroprogrammable Stiffness”

Room 2C8, David Rittenhouse Laboratory Building 209 South 33rd Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Materials with electroprogrammable stiffness and adhesion can enhance the performance of robotic systems, including prosthetics, medical devices, wearables, exoskeletons, and grippers. However, achieving large changes in stiffness and adhesive forces […]

5th Annual Learning for Dynamics & Control Conference

University of Pennsylvania

Over the next decade, the biggest generator of data is expected to be devices that sense and control the physical world. The explosion of real-time data that is emerging from […]

Department of Bioengineering Juneteenth Address

Berger Auditorium (Room 13), Skirkanich Hall 210 South 33rd Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Title coming soon. This talk will be held live in person in Berger Auditorium (Skirkanich Hall basement), streamed on Zoom, and recorded. Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 925 0325 […]

MEAM Ph.D. Thesis Defense: “Photophoretic Light-flyers for Mesospheric Applications”

Lynch Lecture Hall, Cret Wing, CHEM 231 S. 34th Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

The Earth’s mesosphere plays a crucial role in weather forecasting, environmental conservation, and planetary exploration. However, traditional unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) such as balloons or spacecraft face significant challenges when […]