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ESE Spring Seminar – “Developing next-generation wireless, bioelectronic cellular medicine”

Recent advances in engineering science have led to new classes of medical devices with emergent mechanical, electrical, and thermal properties that offer new opportunities for interfacing with living cells. I […]

Research Impact Seminar – Bring Your Research Out of the Lab (Penn Engineering Entrepreneurship)

Learn how to commercialize your research and navigate Penn’s innovation ecosystem with Penn Engineering: Entrepreneurship. This is the first part of a series from Penn Engineering’s Entrepreneurship group. Featuring: Andrew […]

ESE Spring Seminar – “Neural Mechatronics and Mixed Reality for Patient Care”

The rich set of mechanoreceptors found in human skin offers a versatile engineering interface for transmitting information and eliciting perceptions, potentially serving a broad range of applications in patient care […]

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ESE Spring Seminar – “Structuring light to reveal the invisible”

From quantum physics to cosmology, researchers aim to see things which are typically invisible – be it the entanglement of two particles or infrared signatures from space. In these and […]

ESE & CIS Spring Seminar – “Towards Transparent Representation Learning”

Machine learning models trained on vast amounts of data have achieved remarkable success across various applications. However, they also pose new challenges and risks for deployment in real-world high-stakes domains. […]

ESE & BE Spring Seminar – “Ultra-high-throughput computational imaging: towards a trillion voxels per second”

Traditional biomedical imaging techniques face throughput bottlenecks that limit our ability to study complex dynamic samples like cells, organoids, tissues, and organisms. In particular, hardware-only systems have inherent physical limitations […]

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