Goals from the last meeting: Continue with literature review Get trained on Maskless Photolithography Silicone tube force to achieve deflection Help Qi with animal study Achieved: Obtained book on Electromagnetic Field Theory: Fields and waves in Communication Started chapter on Magnetostatics Read on Magnetic Shape Memory Alloys, could be a possible solution to Hyunsu’s actuation device to provide an anchor …
A. Goals from the last meeting Continue literature review for: Magnetism A magnetically actuated catheter pump Cobalt-platinum electroplating Microrobot applications Finish Bridge events B. Accomplished Oral presentation Poster presentation In order to achieve the required deflection a force of 5N is needed. Next step is to analyze how much force can magnet apply to silicone tube. FEA analysis of silicone rubber …
Special thanks to our social chair, Bahar, for organizing a wonderful group outing event! It was a great team-building exercise. Escape room was much more challenging than we expected but we made it out in time!
High school students from Beijing, Tennessee, Indiana, and Texas who are participating in Purdue’s Gifted Education Resource Institute (GERI) Summer Residential Program visited LIMR. Bahar introduced them to Biomedical Engineering and demonstrated her project on miniature implantable drug delivery system!
Our recent work to create smart self-clearing catheter is being featured on various media.
Hyunsu and Tran presented their work on implantable neurostimulation electrodes and glutamate biosensors. Prof. Chi Hwan Lee also joined!
Chunan Liu, who graduated with MS in Electrical and Computer Science in 2016 came to visit us. Great to see you doing well, Chunan!
Our newest graduate student Bahar Dhowan won this year’s Martin C. Jischke Outstanding International Student of the Year Award! Well deserved! Click on theÂ [Link] to learnÂ more about it. Congratulations Bahar!
Our project to develop a smart glaucoma drainage device has won the the inaugural JAX-Purdue collaboration seed grant. Great job everyone!