people research publications press

Students working towards a Ph.D. degreee

Gayatri is working on curved and folded hydrogels
Mark is developing strategies to fold 2D and ultrathin film nanostructures
Rachel is developing smart DNA gels and soft-robots
Aishwarya is developing 3D printed shape change devices

Qi is developing flexible and ultrathin devices

Wangqu is developing self-folding biomedical microdevices

 

Students working towards an M.S. degree

Yifan is working on 3D printing of soft robots
Marvin (Zijian) is developing microgripper devices
Tien Jung is developing ultrathin biosensors and doing a co-op program
Ruili is developing untethered theragrippers and microdevices

Students working towards a B.S. degree

Javier is developing responsive soft-robots

Neha is developing miniaturized and active biomedical devices

Sammy is developing active micro and nanostructures

Mallory is developing brain organoid-machine 3D shell microelectrode arrays (MEAs)

Margaret is developing soft robots

Terry is developing self-assembling medical microdevices

Brian is developing self-assembling medical microdevices with micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS)

Angelino is developing untethered biomedical microdevices

Ese is developing bioinspired soft robots

Devan is developing dynamic, 3D shell microelectrode arrays (3D MEAs) for electrophysiological characterization of brain organoids.

 

High School Students

Jonah Schwartz from the Baltimore Ingenuity Project is developing biomimetic hydrogels

 

 

 

 

 

 


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