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MEAM Seminar: “Aluminum Scandium Nitride Films for Microelectromechanical Systems Resonator’s Next-Generation Cellular Technology”

Advancements in wireless and sensor technology have resulted in increasing demand for piezoelectric MEMS devices in wireless handsets and base stations, automobile technology, health monitoring sensors, and environmental sensors. Due to its high-quality factor (Q), Young’s modulus, sound velocity, and low mechanical and dielectric losses, AlN is an advantageous resonator material with applications in radio […]

Penn Engineering Commencement: Undergraduate Ceremony

Celebrate the Penn Engineering Undergraduate Class of 2022. Additional information, including speakers and live-stream access is available here.

Penn Engineering Commencement: Master’s Ceremony

Celebrate the Penn Engineering 2022 Master’s Graduates. Additional information, including speakers and live-stream access is available here.

Penn Engineering Commencement: Doctoral Ceremony

Celebrate Penn Engineering’s 2022 Doctoral Graduates. Additional information, including speakers, live-stream access, and the reception following the ceremony, is available here.

Technology, Business & Government Distinguished Lecture: “NSF Engineering: Transforming our World for a Better Tomorrow”

Please join us for this distinguished lecture given by Dr. Susan Margulies, Assistant Director of NSF, Engineering Directorate. This event will be held in a hybrid format in the Wu and Chen Auditorium in Levine Hall (3330 Walnut Street). Virtual attendees can use this link to join us via Zoom. Meeting ID: 968 3913 1227 […]

Layer by Atomic Layer – MOCVD Growth for a Carbon Neutral Society: A Symposium to honor Dr. Russell Dupuis and Dr. Daniel Dapkus, recipients of the 2022 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Electrical Engineering

The School of Engineering and Applied Science is honored to co-sponsor, with Drexel University and the Franklin Institute, a symposium to honor the recipients of the 2022 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Electrical Engineering. Dr. Russell Dupuis and Dr. Daniel Dapkus join a list of many distinguished laureates of the Franklin Institute – of these over 90 […]

MEAM Ph.D. Thesis Defense: “Social Robot Augmented Telepresence for Remote Assessment and Rehabilitation of Patients with Upper Extremity Impairment”

With the shortage of rehabilitation clinicians in rural areas and elsewhere, remote rehabilitation (telerehab) fills an important gap in access to rehabilitation. We have developed a first of its kind social robot augmented telepresence (SRAT) system — Flo — which consists of a humanoid robot mounted onto a mobile telepresence base, with the goal of […]

MEAM Seminar: “Towards Personalized Predictive Human Models”

Numerical simulation of physical phenomena is a powerful tool embraced by scientists and engineers for decades. Using simulation tools to predict human movements is particularly critical for training AI-enabled robots interacting with humans, providing testbeds for wearable device design, and generating a wealth of labeled, high-fidelity human motion data. However, existing physics simulators and motor […]

PSOC@Penn Seminar: ” “Bottom-up synthetic embryology for understanding early human development” (Jianping Fu, PhD)

Physical Sciences in Oncology Center PSOC@Penn Spring 2022 Hybrid-Seminar Series Towne 225 / Raisler Lounge @ Noon (EST) For Zoom link , please contact manu@seas.upenn.edu

MEAM Ph.D. Thesis Defense: “Some Investigations of Phase Transitions in Rod-like Macro-molecules and Fibrous Gels”

Two problems pertaining to solid-solid phase transitions are presented here. First, we conduct Langevin dynamics calculations on a chain of masses and bistable springs in a viscous fluid, and extract a temperature dependent kinetic relation by observing that the dissipation at a phase boundary can be estimated by performing an energy balance. Using this kinetic […]

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