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University of Washington, Electrical Engineering, Class of 2026

Sung Min studies soft robotics, flexible materials, and microelectromechanical systems.

UCLA, Mechatronics

Huajing focuses on robotic manipulation of deformable objects and tactile sensing for safe human-robot interactions.

UCLA, Mechanical Engineering, Class of 2027

Mumbi is studying design robotics and manufacturing

UCLA

Cole studies underwater tactile sensor skins and tactile sensor data for haptic displays

UCLA, Robotics, Class of 2026

Jimmy studies tactile and proximity sensing for safe human-robot interactions

UCLA, Robotics, Class of 2026

Evan’s research pursuits thus far have revolved around three key concepts: tactile sensing, deformable, object modeling, and robotic motion planning.

Cleveland State, Public Administration and Urban Studies, Class of 2026

University of Houston, Electrical Engineering, Class of 2024

Chenpei’s research interests include wireless communication, underwater communication, and cybersecurity.

Case Western Reserve, Biomedical Engineering, Class of 2026

Jonah’s research focuses on restoring proprioception, the body’s sensation of limb position and movement. His work involves characterizing proprioception through implanted electrical stimulation in people with upper limb loss and through non-invasive surface electrical stimulation.

Case Western Reserve, Electrical Engineering, Class of 2028

Sai studies Teleoperation Optimization, Enhanced Virtual Reality, Robotic and Haptic

Case Western Reserve, Neuroengineering, Class of 2027

Margaux’s research is focused on preclinical peripheral nerve interface development for applications in sensory restoration and chronic pain. She is specifically concerned with the development of highly selective interfaces which can increase the therapeutic capabilities of peripheral nerve stimulation as a whole.

Case Western Reserve, Electrical Engineering, Class of 2025

Luis is studying Electrical Engineering with a focus on virtual reality, teleoperation, and electrical stimulation haptic feedback.

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