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Flextech project overview

A short video introduction of the research Advanced Manufacturing for Energy is doing in flexible printed batteries for the Flextech alliance.

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Data on where former students end up

A list of where former students from the Interactive Device Design course (taught by Paul Wright and Bjorn Hartmann) have ended up. Accenture Apple Apple – Firmware Eng Apple – Product Design Engineer Apple Camera HW Apple Sw Eng Apple,

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Battery and Super Capacitor Demo Unit.


Our successful test bed demo. Setup includes a TEG (thermoelectric power generators) on the left, boost converter (to raise voltage – green board), printed battery array, printed supercap array, and sensor node on the bottom. Our test bed operated for

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AME Victorious


Our research team celebrating a job well done!

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InfoPad project – early research project on wireless computing


Early 1990 promotional video of the collaboration to make the InfoPad prototype.

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AME at PowerMEMS conference Japan

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AME was well represented at the 2014 PowerMEMS conference in Awaji, Japan. A total of 5 contributions were presented, almost half of the 12 total submissions from the U.S. A list of publications with links is below. We met with

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Successful testing of printed super capacitors


Dominic shows off the working printed super capacitors!

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Former Governor (MI) Jennifer Granholm and Ed Huang from Ford visit the AME Lab

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New lab spaces in Etcheverry Hall up and running


We are pleased to announce that our new wet and mechanical lab spaces in 2117 and 2115 Etcheverry Hall are now up and running. For more information, make sure to have a look at our labs page.  

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Engineering for all


Prof. Paul Wright is quoted in an article on the “maker movement” published by the National Science Foundation: Without the right tools, the maker movement would have had a hard time getting off the ground. According to Paul Wright, a

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Modern Marvels – Start to Finish – Prof. Paul Wright


Professor Paul Wright’s appearance on the Modern Marvels Television show on History channel. Modern Marvels – From Start to Finish Download video: MP4 format

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