She represents Purdue in robotics leadership

Professor Yu She was a leading organizer of the 2021 ASME Student Mechanism & Robot Design Competition (SMRDC).
The event, hosted by ASME Mechanisms and Robotics Committee, attracted student participants from all around the world, thanks to a unique remote event platform. Students from nine countries submitted high-quality project reports from a wide range of topics in robotics and mechanisms. Projects included:

Design, Fabrication, and Verification of a Compliant Ankle Rehabilitation Robot (Flex-ARR), Adam Kim, University of Michigan, USA

Heavy Lift and Carry Exoskeleton, Hunter Andrieu, Nabra Asgedom, Sarah Bresnahan, Sanghyeon Chang, Bonham Ekleberry, Sara Elnahhas, Nathan Folta, Adam Hinson, John Kuempel, Brita Lyons, Jakob Lyons, Austin Petty, Ben Wardach, Zhao Yu, Virginia Tech, USA

Coupled Finger Robot, Jacob Shapiro, University of Notre Dame, USA

Design and Prototyping of a Novel Transmission Mechanism for a Planar Cable-Driven Parallel Crane without Parasitic Tilt, Lionel ETIENNE, Centrale Nantes, CNRS, LS2N, France

Mechanical Actuation via Resorbable Materials, Bethany Parkinson, Corinne Jackson, and Clark Roubicek, Brigham Young University, USA

Octopod Robot, Kyle Barry and Richard Hume, University of Notre Dame, USA 

An In-situ Collaborative Robot for Manufacturing in Confined Spaces, Andrew L. Orekhov, Garrison L. H. Johnston, Colette Abah, Vanderbilt University, USA

A soft manipulator with variable stiffness, proprioceptive and tactile capabilities, Francesco Stella, TU Delft, Netherlands

A High Precision Mirror Symmetric XY Positioner, Jiaxiang Zhu, University College Cork, Cork, Ireland

A Modular, Open-Source Continuum Manipulator for Underwater Remotely Operated Vehicles, Justin Sitler, Stevens Institute of Technology, USA

Please join us in thanking Professor She for his service and representation of Purdue.