Materials, Structures, Functionality

Our research in the Programmable Structures Lab focuses on the fundamental interaction between geometry, hierarchy and nonlinearity to design structural systems with intrinsic properties enabling adaptation, autonomy and environmental responsiveness.

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´╗┐Abhsihek Chopra, an undergraduate alum from the lab has been awarded the AIAA GNC Undergraduate Conference Experience Travel Scholarship for attending AIAA SciTech 2019. Congratulations Abhishek!


´╗┐Professor Andres Arrieta delivered an invited seminar at the University of Minnesota entitled "Multifunctional Programmable Structures From Bioinspiration: Self-Shaping, Responsiveness & Stiffness Adaptation." Link: http://www.me.umn.edu/videoclips/Andres_Arrieta_101718_720p.mov


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ASME SMASIS 2018

September 10-12, 2018