Professor Price and MESc Candidate Andrew Cullen presented the practical implementation of gamification techniques in the Western Active Learning Space at the 36th Annual Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Conference.
MESc Candidate Carolina Micolini presented her newly initiated biomedical engineering research project entitled "Elucidating implant wear mechanisms via embedded smart-polymer sensor arrays" at the 2016 London Health Research Day.
Prof. Price presented the first reported DLP 3D printing of polypyrrole: "Photopolymerization of 3D conductive polypyrrole structures via digital light processing" [9798-40] at the SPIE Smart Structures and Materials + Nondestructive Evaluation and Health Monitoring symposium.
MESc Candidate Ben Holness presented his groundbreaking work with the 3D printing of polyaniline entitled "Robotic extrusion processes for direct ink writing of 3D conductive polyaniline structures" [9798-46] at the SPIE Smart Structures and Materials + Nondestructive Evaluation and Health Monitoring symposium.
Dr. Aaron Price's efforts to discover new smart materials for biomechatronic systems are featured in the Canadian Society of Mechanical Engineering Fall 2015 Bulletin.
As head of the Organic Mechatronics and Smart Materials Laboratory, Prof. Price presented our group's research focus on developing specialized additive manufacturing techniques for conductive polymers at the 8th World Congress on Biomimetics, Artificial Muscles, and Nano-Bio in Vancouver.
As a member of ABB's Corporate Research Center in Germany, Prof. Price delivered a presentation on Dielectric Elastomer Actuator (DEA) performance design and optimization at the ASME 2014 Smart Materials, Adaptive Structures and Intelligent Systems (SMASIS) conference in Newport, Rhode Island. Click here to view the article on the ASME site.
|FEA techniques have been applied in ABAQUS to evaluate the impact of material and geometric parameters in DEAs.|