|Tattoo sensors for health monitoring, from the lab of NanoEngineering professor Joseph Wang.|
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Want to Connect with the Future? Attend Research Expo at the UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering
Advances in tattoo sensors for health monitoring, on-chip optical networking, low-cost cancer diagnostics, video games designed to teach computer programming, new materials for protecting soldiers from blasts, and energy-efficient high-wire robots. These are just a few of the 200+ projects from Jacobs School of Engineering graduate students that will be on display at Research Expo on April 18 at the University of California, San Diego.
“Research Expo is a great opportunity to get an inside look at the world-class research happening at the Jacobs School of Engineering, which is fueled by $164 million in research funding,” said Juan C. Lasheras, Interim Dean of the UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering. “At the poster session, you also get the chance to meet more than 200 of the graduate students who are engaged in this cutting-edge research.”
Research Expo is April 18th from 2:00‒6:00 p.m. at the Price Center at UC San Diego.