URI assistant professor Kunal Mankodiya and two of his students recently did a demonstration of 3-D printed, robotic prosthetic hands at Peace Dale Elementary School.
Jun Yan, who earned his doctorate and master’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Rhode Island, has been named the recipient of the 2018 URI Graduate School Excellence in Doctoral Research Award.
Fifty-three URI electrical and computer engineering seniors recently presented their capstone projects to their peers, faculty and industry partners. The 17 projects represented more than 18,000 hours of work over a 22-week span.
The Harvard-MIT graduate program in Health Sciences and Technology is one of the oldest and largest biomedical engineering and physician-scientist training programs in the country. Rachel Bellisle was accepted as a doctoral student in the program’s Medical Engineering and Medical Physics program. Only 25 students are accepted each year.
Senior ThankGod (TG) Ugochukwu, who is completing his bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering at URI, received the Saint Elmo Brady Award for Outstanding Achievement in Science at URI’s 21st annual Black Scholar Awards ceremony.
Students in URI’s biomedical engineering capstone design class recently presented their projects at the Northeast Bioengineering Conference at Drexel University in Philadelphia.
Three URI biomedical engineering students have created a silicone wrist that simulates the 28 pulse patterns used in traditional Chinese medicine to diagnose various diseases.
URI biomedical engineering students created projects as part of a cutting-edge class about a field that is revolutionizing the business market and healthcare industry: wearable technology.