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Engineering the Future with Mechatronics and Algorithms

At Mecharithm Lab, we engineer the future by integrating mechatronics and algorithms to create innovative solutions in assistive, rehabilitation and agricultural robotics, enhancing lives and advancing education.

Research

Nanobioelectronics is a truly transdisciplinary field, and we actively collaborate with researchers across the biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering domains.

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Publications and Awards

Nanobioelectronics is a truly transdisciplinary field, and we actively collaborate with researchers across the biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering domains.

PUBLICATIONS

AWARDS

Fall 2024

CHROME Lab hosts a 2-hour workshop for local high school students about human factors in engineering as a part of SLU's STEM Immersion Camp event. Thank you to our awesome students for organizing and running this workshop! Wilfredo Robinson, Maya Dunlap, Colton Doherty, Nicolas Prudencio, Akash Vidyadharan, Ari Howitz, and Natalie Newman deserve all the credit!

Top 40 Young Lawyers Awards.

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International Women’s Day Celebration

We celebrated International Women's Day in Mechatronics class and at the School of Science and Engineering (SSE).

Top 40 Young Lawyers Awards.

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PUBLICATIONS

Fall 2024

CHROME Lab hosts a 2-hour workshop for local high school students about human factors in engineering as a part of SLU’s STEM Immersion Camp event. Thank you to our awesome students for organizing and running this workshop! Wilfredo Robinson, Maya Dunlap, Colton Doherty, Nicolas Prudencio, Akash Vidyadharan, Ari Howitz, and Natalie Newman deserve all the credit!

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Top 40 Young Lawyers Awards.

W. N. Benson, Z. Anderson, E. Capelle, M. F. Dunlap, B. Dorris, J. L. Gorlewicz, M. Shimizu, & J. B. Weinberg (2023). Embodied Expressive Gestures in Telerobots: A Tale of Two Users. J. Hum.-Robot Interact. 12, 2, Article 24. https://doi.org/10.1145/3570908W. N. Benson, Z. Anderson, E. Capelle, M. F. Dunlap, B. Dorris, J. L. Gorlewicz, M. Shimizu, & J. B. Weinberg (2023). Embodied Expressive Gestures in Telerobots: A Tale of Two Users. J. Hum.-Robot Interact. 12, 2, Article 24. https://doi.org/10.1145/3570908W. N. Benson, Z. Anderson, E. Capelle, M. F. Dunlap, B. Dorris, J. L. Gorlewicz, M. Shimizu, & J. B. Weinberg (2023). Embodied Expressive Gestures in Telerobots: A Tale of Two Users. J. Hum.-Robot Interact. 12, 2, Article 24. https://doi.org/10.1145/3570908W. N. Benson, Z. Anderson, E. Capelle, M. F. Dunlap, B. Dorris, J. L. Gorlewicz, M. Shimizu, & J. B. Weinberg (2023). Embodied Expressive Gestures in Telerobots: A Tale of Two Users. J. Hum.-Robot Interact. 12, 2, Article 24. https://doi.org/10.1145/3570908W. N. Benson, Z. Anderson, E. Capelle, M. F. Dunlap, B. Dorris, J. L. Gorlewicz, M. Shimizu, & J. B. Weinberg (2023). Embodied Expressive Gestures in Telerobots: A Tale of Two Users. J. Hum.-Robot Interact. 12, 2, Article 24. https://doi.org/10.1145/3570908W. N. Benson, Z. Anderson, E. Capelle, M. F. Dunlap, B. Dorris, J. L. Gorlewicz, M. Shimizu, & J. B. Weinberg (2023). Embodied Expressive Gestures in Telerobots: A Tale of Two Users. J. Hum.-Robot Interact. 12, 2, Article 24. https://doi.org/10.1145/3570908

AWARDS

International Women’s Day Celebration

We celebrated International Women's Day in Mechatronics class and at the School of Science and Engineering (SSE).

Top 40 Young Lawyers Awards.

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Outreach and Collaborators

Nanobioelectronics is a truly transdisciplinary field, and we actively collaborate with researchers across the biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering domains.

Mikhail Lukin

Quantum Physicist University Professor

Mikhail Lukin

Quantum Physicist University Professor

Mikhail Lukin

Quantum Physicist University Professor

Mikhail Lukin

Quantum Physicist University Professor

Mikhail Lukin

Quantum Physicist University Professor

The path to technical leadership: how to go from developer to team leader

If software development feels like it is only part of your professional purpose, perhaps you should consider becoming a tech lead. A tech lead could mean different things: a team lead (with no direct reports), or a manager. For example, an engineering manager is a person who is responsible for the team and its projects. That means they are also responsible for peoples’ careers, business growth, deliverables, deadlines, culture, code standards, technical debt, and more.

Meet the Team

Nanobioelectronics is a truly transdisciplinary field, and we actively collaborate with researchers across the biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering domains.

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