The purpose of the Early Career Award is to initiate a relationship with young researchers who will bring a new focus into the ELECTRI “research family.”
The Cyril G. Veinott Award is the highest distinction for electromechanical energy conversion.
During his time at Ohio State, Buchheit supervised the recruitment of a three-year faculty cohort that was 45 percent women and diverse men.
Assistant professor Martha Grady will lead the project titled "Quantitative Mechanical Phenotyping of Bacterial Biofilms on Implant Surfaces."
William English (BSEE 1950), not only helped invent the computer mouse but also made other significant contributions to the computer interface.
Rebecca will be working with undergraduate students in the new undergraduate BME program.
The endoscopic bleeding control device will help improve the safety of complex interventional endoscopic procedures.
Ai-Ling Lin is an associate professor at UK's Sanders-Brown Center on Aging and College of Medicine with a joint appointment in BME.
AIIDE is one of the top academic conferences for publishing research on artificial intelligence for games and game-adjacent areas such as training simulations.
Michael Bransom's innovation uses ultraviolet light to kill the bacteria on physical currency.