The lab received its largest grant yet!! It is a $2 million R01 grant to investigate 3D printed brain-computer interfaces with Prof. Panat as the PI!!!! The work is in collaboration with Prof. Eric Yttri [...]
Wabtec Corp. purchases IP rights to a novel rail-coupler design created as a class project by students in Prof. Panat’s Design class!!
Four students in a course taught by Prof. Panat have had their design for an improved railroad coupler purchased by Wabtec, a Forture 500 company (owner of GE Locomotives). The company provided funds to students Wade Lacy, Michelle [...]
Yeasir successfully defended his thesis. He is joining Intel Corporation in Chandler AZ as a Senior Engineer. Congratulations!
Panat Lab Receives DOE Grant to Create Cyber-secure Sensor Networks for Energy Systems using Blockchain Technology
Panat Lab received a DOE grant to create cybersecure sensor networks for energy systems using the Blockchain technology. This research is in collaboration with Prof. Vipul Goyal, CS department, CMU. The total funding is $400,000 [...]
Congratulations to Sadeq for receiving his PhD degree at the CMU convocation ceremony held at the Carnegie Music Hall in Pittsburgh!
M. Sadeq Saleh (now Dr. Saleh!) defended his PhD thesis titled "Additive Manufacturing of 3D Microarchitected Materials, Micro Electrode Arrays, and Micro Lattice Batteries: Process Development and Application Demonstration". He is Prof. Panat's first CMU [...]
Sandy wins the Prestigious 2019 CMLH Fellowship to work on Brain-Machine Interfaces! Congratulations!!
The Center for Machine Learning and Health (CMLH) has award Sandy the 2019 graduate student fellowship to work on 3D printed brain-machine interfaces. As a CMLH Fellow, Sandy will get stipend, tuition, and research funds [...]
Yeasir will join Intel Corporation, Chandler, AZ, as a Senior Engineer starting summer 2019. He joins group alumns, Taibur and Roozbeh at Intel's research facility in Chandler!! His work will focus on enabling technologies for [...]
Taibur and Chih-Yang's paper on 3D printed temperature sensors was accepted in ACS Applied Nano Materials. The research has far reaching implications for soft robotics, cryosurgery, biopatches and other applications. Congratulations!
Prof. Panat was invited to give a talk on his work on structural and functional materials at the CEE Department at CMU. Pictured here with Prof. Dzombak, head of the CEE department. Link: https://www.cmu.edu/cee/events/seminar.html Twitter: https://twitter.com/CMU_CEE/status/1113101413473796098