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Prof. Kiourti receives the Lumley Research Award

The Lumley Research Award is awarded by Ohio State’s College of Engineering to recognize the research contributions and productivity over the last five years (2015-2019) of faculty and research scientists. Further information is available here.

Congrats to Vigyanshu and Zeke for passing their Candidacy and Honors Thesis exams, respectively

  • On April 21, Vigyanshu Mishra successfully defended his Candidacy Exam on “Wearable Electrically Small Resonant Loops for Seamless Motion Capture and WBANs”

  • On April 23, Zeke Dalisky successfully defended his Honors Thesis on “A Wearable Electromagnetic Technology for the Detection and Diagnosis of Joint Effusion”

Congratulations to both!!

Received a grant from CBI on “Embodied Effects Of Rhythmic Music Among Adults With Brain Injury”

We are awarded a 1-year grant by the Chronic Brain Injury (CBI) Discovery Theme for our interdisciplinary research on “Embodied Effects Of Rhythmic Music Among Adults With Brain Injury”. The PIs are Lise Worthen-Chaudhari (Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation), Eugenia Costa-Giomi (Music Education), W. Jerry Mysiw (Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation), Catherine Quatman-Yates (Physical Therapy), Jinghua Li (Materials Science & Engineering), and Asimina Kiourti (Electrical & Computer Engineering). Further information is available here.

Prof. Kiourti receives ECE Outstanding Teaching Award

Prof. Asimina Kiourti receives one of the department’s Outstanding Teaching Awards for the Autumn 2019 semester. ECE Department Chair Hesham El Gamal shared that the recipients stood out during the Autumn 2019 semester for their “rigorous methods, mastery of teaching skills, and inspiring passion for creating an inclusive and supportive learning environment for our students.” Further information is available here.

Received a grant from GAHDT on “A Collaborative Gaming Platform for Disabled Children and their Families”

We are awarded a 1-year grant by the Global Arts + Humanities Discovery Theme (GAHDT) for our interdisciplinary research on “A Collaborative Gaming Platform for Disabled Children and their Families”. The PIs are Lise Worthen-Chaudhari (Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation), Eugenia Costa-Giomi (Music Education), W. Jerry Mysiw (Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation), Catherine Quatman-Yates (Physical Therapy), Jinghua Li (Materials Science & Engineering), and Asimina Kiourti (Electrical & Computer Engineering). Further information is available here.