Leighton Riess Graduate Fellows Archive

2019-2020 Leighton Riess Graduate Fellows in Engineering

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Philip Graybill

Electrical Engineering (Kiani group)
A Wearable Data Assimilation Platform for Biomedical Experiments

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Sailahari Ponnaluri

Biomedical Engineering (Manning group)
Influence of an Accelerated Fatigue Environment on Transcatheter Valve Motion and Fluid Dynamics

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Jia Zhu

Engineering Science and Mechanics (Cheng group)
Flexible or stretchable multi-sensing devices for physiological condition monitoring based on simple laser scribing



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