Received President’s Research Excellence (PRE) Accelerator grant

We have been awarded one of the President’s Research Excellence (PRE) Accelerator grants as seed support for cross- and interdisciplinary research that has the potential to attract external funding. The project is in collaboration with Prof. David Hoelzle, Prof. Jinghua Li, and Prof. Desmond D’Souza, and will explore: “In-Situ 3D Printing of Wireless Medical Implants.” Further information is available here.

Vigyanshu Mishra receives URSI Young Scientist Award

Vigyanshu Mishra has been selected by URSI to receive a Young Scientist Award. These awards recognize an international group of individuals who have made innovative contributions and discoveries in multidiscipline research related to electromagnetic fields and waves. Further information is available here.

Ally Rice earns prestigious NASA fellowship

Ally Rice has been selected to receive a  NASA Space Technology Graduate Research Opportunities (NSTGRO) fellowship. According to the award letter, Ally was “chosen to develop groundbreaking, high-risk/high-payoff, early-stage space technology. (Her) contributions will help make science and space exploration more effective, affordable, and sustainable.”

Tony Han receives SURF award

Tony Han has been selected to receive a Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) award by Ohio State’s Chronic Brain Injury (CBI) Discovery Theme. SURF awards support the training and development of outstanding Ohio State undergraduate students through participation in basic, clinical, and translational research. His project is entitled “De-Noising E-Textile Sensors for Real-World Kinematics Monitoring after mTBI”.

Vigyanshu receives Presidential Fellowship

Vigyanshu has been selected as an Autumn 2020 Presidential Fellow. The Presidential Fellowship is the most prestigious award given by the Graduate School to recognize the outstanding scholarly accomplishments and potential of graduate students entering the final phase of their dissertation research or terminal degree project. Further information is available here.