Azadeh teaches two modules on FM radios to high school students during Hands-on Tech (H.O.T.) Days @ Georgia Tech Day Camp

The H.O.T. Days @ Georgia Tech camp is a one-week-long summer day camp designed to introduce students attending high schools in Georgia to electrical and computer engineering (ECE) concepts. The goal of the program is to instill an interest in ECE and increase the number of high school graduates majoring in this field.
We teamed up with the Electronics Lab at Gatech led by James Steinberg, to teach high school students soldering techniques to build FM auto-scan radios; and learn about electrical engineering principles such as basics of wave propagation, resonance, antennas and electronic circuits.

Mingyo’s paper on dual-mode frequency comb sensors is accepted for late news oral presentation at Hilton Head Workshop (Acceptance rate: %12)

The purpose of the late news is to enable the “latest” outstanding papers to make it to the Workshop…It deals with absolutely remarkable and novel achievements that should not be missed, both for the author and the attendees of the conference. Late news oral presentation acceptance rate is %12.More information on Hilton Head Workshop: Link.

An interdiciplinary team at GT led by Azadeh Ansari awarded to develop muscle-inspired actuators

Our research team wins $225K seed grant for 3 yrs as the lead group for multi-disciplinary research on “Muscle-Inspired Actuators for Multi-scale Robotics” awarded by Institute of Electronics and Nanotechnology (IEN) at Georgia Tech.
Co PIs: Simon Sponberg (Physics, Biological sciences, BME), Jun Ueda (ME), Daniel Goldman (Physics), Jason Nadler (MSE, GTRI), Farrokh Ayazi (ECE), Muhannad Bakir (ECE), and Magnus Egerstedt(ECE).

Link to IEN program centers.