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Emily Palmer wins second prize in ASME paper competition

December 19, 2017

Mechanical Engineering senior Emily Palmer won second prize for her paper, titled “Aeromechanics of Long Jumps in Spider Crickets: Insights from Experiments and Modeling,” at the American Society of Mechanical Engineer’s (ASME) 2017 Young Engineers Paper competition. Palmer presented her paper at ASME’s IMECE conference, the world’s largest interdisciplinary mechanical engineering conference, in Tampa, Florida […]

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Prof. KT Ramesh named 2017 Fellow by the American Academy of Mechanics

December 11, 2017

Congratulations to Prof. KT Ramesh, Alonzo G. Decker Jr. Professor of Science and Engineering, Director of HEMI, and professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, who recently was named the 2017 Fellow by the American Academy of Mechanics. The American Academy of Mechanics (AAM) is an honor society that is home to all disciplines engaged in the study […]

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Serendipity Leads to Simpler Method for Analyzing DNA

December 1, 2017

By Gina Wadas  Unintentional scientific breakthroughs are not entirely uncommon, but the knowledge gathered from serendipitous discoveries brings a certain kind of excitement and inspiration to investigators about their research. Sarah Friedrich, INBT PhD candidate; her colleagues; and her mentor, Jeff Tza-Huei Wang, experienced this excitement when they unintentionally discovered a new method that drastically […]

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Two teams of Johns Hopkins entrepreneurs included on annual 30 Under 30 list

November 30, 2017

Two startup teams with roots at Johns Hopkins University—Osmosis and Healthify—were recently named to the 2018 Forbes “30 Under 30” list of young entrepreneurs and early career professionals making a significant mark on the world. The list features 600 people under the age of 30 who are making great strides in 20 different industries. Healthify—which […]

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PhD student Anu Kaushik selected to attend Global Young Scientists Summit 2018

November 21, 2017

Mechanical Engineering PhD student Anu Kaushik from Prof. Jeff Wang’s group has been selected to attend the sixth annual Global Young Scientists Summit (GYSS) in Singapore. GYSS is a gathering of approximately 300 young scientists and researchers (PhD students and post-docs) from all over the globe, with eminent international science and technology leaders in Singapore. It […]

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Five Johns Hopkins grad students named 2018 Siebel Scholars

November 13, 2017

Five Johns Hopkins University engineering students have been named Siebel Scholars, a prestigious award honoring nearly 100 of the top graduate students in business, bioengineering, computer science, and energy science programs.  The 2018 Siebel Scholar class includes Sarah Friedrich, a PhD candidate from Professor Jeff Wang’s lab. Since its founding in 2000, the Siebel Scholarship has been […]

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