Iris Borunda is joining the lab to learn about Biomechanics. She will lead a research project on the influence of obesity on musculoskeletal models. Welcome Iris! Continue reading Welcome to Iris!
Nissrine Aziz is joining the lab this semester! She is arriving from OSU Tulsa undergrad and will be working towards her Masters degree doing research on 4D printing of Liquid Crystal Elastomers. Welcome Nissrine! Continue reading Welcome to Nissrine!
Link to article okstate news Two CEAT students selected to receive Walt Kolb Studies Scholarships | Oklahoma State University Friday, May 14, 2021 Media Contact: Jeff Hopper | Marketing Media Specialist | 405-744-2745 | email@example.com College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology students Abby Haddox and Lynsey Baxter were selected to receive a Walt Kolb Studies Scholarship for the 2021-2022 school year. The Walt Kolb fellowship provides … Continue reading Abby Haddox to receive a Walt Kolb Studies Scholarships
Graduation day was a big celebration for the lab! I saw all my good students walk, Likhitha Ippagunta and Zozef Siddiqui, and hooded my first PhD student, Dr. Manogna Jambhapuram, with Dr. Good. As my mentor Dr. Good retired, he now hooded his last student and I, my first, thus continuing the academic family line in a very symbolic way. It was a great moment. Continue reading Commencement!
Congrats to Likhitha! She successfully defended her Master’s thesis entitled “Effect of pregnancy-induced mass gain and footwear on postural stability”. She has been determining statistically significant effects of pregnancy mass and footwear on a series of postural stability indices. Continue reading Likhitha Ippagunta, M.Sc.
Congratulation to Zozef for successfully defending his Master’s degree. His presentation on 4D printing of liquid crystal elastomers and applications for soft robotics was great! Continue reading Zozef Siddiqui, M.Sc.
The Wentz symposium is currently online and Kara Marchetta, undergrad in the lab, is presenting her study on the influence of obesity on musculoskeletal models for biomechanics simulations. She has been 3D scanning people using our mobile 3D scanner. She is also doing a great job explaining why generic scaled models may introduce errors in simulations. Go check it out! The symposium will run April 19- 30. … Continue reading Kara Marchetta Wentz symposium