Congratulations to the Class of 2016!

We are proud to announce the names of the graduates who received their degrees this spring.

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Students Showcase Robots that Fly, Swim, Fetch, and Drive

Students in Prof. Louis Whitcomb's graduate-level Robot Systems Programming course showcase their knowledge with their end-of-year projects.

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Prof. Rajat Mittal Studies Crickets’ Aerial Acrobatics in Hopes of Building Better Robots

Research hopes to help to pave the way for a new generation of small but skillful jumping robots.

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Maneuvering the Terrain: Professor Chen Li Explores Relationship Between Biology and Robotics

Research in terradynamics used to develop mobile robots that can better move through cluttered areas.

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2016 Senior Design Day

Mechanical Engineering's annual exhibition gives students a chance to show off creative, practical solutions to real-world problems.

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Getting Pumped

Joe Katz is primed to lead Hopkins' ambitious ten-year effort to build a replacement heart.

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Powering the Grid

Assistant Professor Dennice Gayme is working on a computational model to identify how best to allocate storage after taking into account power losses in the grid and connecting this to market pricing.

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Attacking Drug-Resistant Infections

Professor Jeff Wang spearheads NIH-funded project that aims for fast identification and destruction of deadly bacteria.

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