Integrated Self-Powered Sensing Lab
Our research focuses on wireless sensing systems including energy harvesting power sources (from vibrations and human motion), wireless power transfer (magnetic and ultrasonic), micro-sensors, and applications of wireless sensors. The connecting theme of our work is the intersection of electromechanical system design and dynamics. In short, we design, analyze, build, and characterize small-scale electromechanical systems.
The ISS Lab is directed by Prof. Shad Roundy and is affiliated with the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Utah.
Our research sponsors:
- Program: MS Hometown: Franklin, TN Previous degrees/Institutions: BS (Mechanical Engineering) – Brigham Young University Research Interests/Project: Developing a system to continuously monitor lower limb …
- Erik was awarded the University of Utah College of Engineering Campbell Fellowship. Congratulations!