Sadeq passed his qualifying exam at CMU. Congratulations!!
AMML received exploratory R21 grant for a project titled, "Rapid 3-D Nano-Printing to Create Multi-Thousand-Channel Microelectrode Arrays". The grant is under the NIH Brain Initiative and administered by the National Eye Institute.
Link to the article in Forbes
Sadeq’s Paper on Additively Manufactured 3D Microlattice Batteries gets accepted in the Journal Additive Manufacturing.
This work has potentially far reaching consequences in lightweight batteries. The work was reported in several media outlets: 1- New Atlas: 3D-printed electrodes add a whole new dimension to lithium batteries 2- Green Car Congress: CMU-led [...]
AMML postdoc, Dr. Taibur Rahman, has joined Intel Corporation in Chandler, Arizona as a Senior Engineering. He will work on the reliability of microelectronics. Congratulations!
Dr. Panat gave an invited seminar in February of 2018 in the MAE department at Rutgers University on 'Micro and Mesoscale Additive Manufacturing'. Here is the link to the announcement of the seminar.
Here is the link to the paper.
Dr. Panat was awarded a patent by the United States Patents and Trademarks Office (Patent #9969001) on an idea of periodically bonded interfaces for highly stretchable electronics. Congratulations! Here is the link to patent.
Dr. Panat was awarded a patent by the United States Patents and Trademarks Office (Patent #9770759) on an idea of periodically bonded interfaces for highly stretchable electronics. Congratulations! The patent can be found here.