This annual event brings together healthcare and design leaders from metro Atlanta and the country to interact with Georgia Tech students who have created working designs and systems to improve healthcare.
In this talk, I will present recent research works on soft, stretchable electronic systems which include biomimetic materials, mechanics designs, and system integration, aiming for advancing human healthcare and wellness.
Take advantage of this chance to meet with representatives from both local and national companies to discuss career opportunities specifically related to electrical engineering and computer engineering.
We will present results on the development of a wearable transdermal diagnostic device to monitor lactate. A microfluidic device, based on microneedles, is being fabricated which can be worn on an individual and can painlessly access biological fluid.
The Georgia Tech community is invited to come together over a meal and engage in meaningful dialogue about the MLK Celebration events, Dr. King’s legacy, and the future of nonviolent political protests.