Prof. Panat received Struminger Teaching Fellowship to develop a blended classroom approach for an industry-oriented design course. The course will be developed in 2020 and offered in 2021.
Dr. Ali joins the group as a postdoc to work on 3D printed sensors. He has worked on sensors at Iowa State University and obtained his PhD from the Indian Institute of Technology. Mrunal joins [...]
Happy Holidays! What an Amazing year this was for the group!! We look forward to a very productive 2020 as well!
Prof. Panat visited MIT to give an invited seminar on his research on additive manufacturing and biomedical devices. He met with several faculty members there as well as students and had highly stimulating discussions. He [...]
Prof. Panat gave a talk on 3D printed brain-computer interface (BCI) at the 2019 SfN meeting in Chicago. He met with Buzz, who has a BCI implanted to help him regain lost motion! This surreal [...]
The lab received its largest grant yet!! It is a $1.95 million R01 grant to investigate 3D printed brain-computer interfaces in collaboration with Prof. Eric Yttri!! The news about the grant was featured on the [...]
Prof. Panat gives an invited talk on 3D printed biomedical devices in the Biomedical Engineering Department at University of Pittsburgh!!!
Prof. Doug Weber hosted Prof. Panat for the BME departmental seminar! It was exciting to interact with the BME community and exchange ideas.
Prof. Panat gives an invited talk in the ME department at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst!
Prof. Panat did his MS at UMass, Amherst in 1999 where he got introduced to Solid Mechanics and Fracture Mechanics. He returned there as an invited seminar speaker in Sept 2019!! Great changes in UMass, [...]
Prof. Panat gives an invited distinguished faculty seminar at the West Virginia University, Morgantown!
Prof. Panat presented his work on 3D printing at the West Virginia University (WVU), Morgantown. He was invited as part of the distinguished seminar series in the ME department at WVU.
Sanjida joined the lab as a PhD student. She joins us from UCF, where she did her MS in Aerospace Engineering. She will work on the bio-electrodes project. Welcome!