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!
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 [...]