NC State engineers continue to improve flexible wearable devices powered by body heat.
Mantis Shrimp inspire a new breed of light sensors that are small enough to fit on a smartphone, but capable of hyperspectral and polarimetric imaging.
NC State researchers from Textiles, BME, and ECE sewed a soft, flexible sensor system to help map pressure points on an amputee’s prosthesis.
Researchers including NC State ECE’s Yaoyao Jia have developed a wireless chip that can stimulate the brain with light and electricity.
Optimizing data flow allows ECE researchers to dramatically improve the performance of cyber-physical systems, from autonomous vehicles to smart power grids.
AI researchers from NC State ECE—including Tianfu Wu—have improved the performance of deep neural networks by combining feature normalization and feature attention into a single module.
Researchers, including Aranya Chakrabortty, have developed a reinforcement learning approach that will allow swarms of unmanned vehicles to accomplish various missions while minimizing performance uncertainty.
NC State’s Yaoyao Jia has been chosen to lead one of the new collaborative NSF programs, with a million-dollar grant aimed at improving our understanding of somatosensory feedback with the help of a cat.
A partnership of researchers from ECE and Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering are laying out a fundamentally new approach to DNA data storage.
Being able to identify crop problems early can make the difference between saving a crop and losing it, but high-tech solutions can be costly. An interdisciplinary team is leveraging existing technology for a solution.
Lobaton’s lab leverages AI to create a software integration for existing hardware to enable people using robotic prosthetics to walk in a safer, more natural manner on different types of terrain.
This post was originally published in NC State News.