E540 Scott Lab
201 W 19th Ave
December 13, 2017. Shichao Cui, Nick Sears, and Quanqi Dai present their research at Ford Motor Company as part of the Center for Automotive Research Industry Consortium Project Review Meeting.
December 10, 2017. LSVR gets together for a semester-ending meal and celebration of our graduate Quanqi Dai.
November 13, 2017. Quanqi Dai defends his Master's degree thesis. Congratulations on a successful defense!
September 14, 2017. Inhyuk Park presents his research poster at the Fall Undergraduate Research Forum at OSU. Inhyuk is investigating magnetically coupled nonlinear energy harvesters for impulsive vibration applications.
August 7, 2017. Chengzhe Zou, Shichao Cui, Quanqi Dai, and Dr. Harne present and contribute to the 2017 ASME IDETC conference.
May 18, 2017. Joseph Crump successfully defends his internship research at the PAST Foundation. Congrats!
May 2, 2017. Shichao Cui presents her research poster on the subject of double porosity metamaterials as a part of the NSF I/UCRC Smart Vehicle Concepts Center spring meeting.
April 30, 2017. LSVR Team Gathering. Opportunity for relaxing time together over good food, and convenient chance for a group photo.
March 29, 2017. Justin Bishop, Ben Goodpaster, Danielle Lynd, Sansriti Saxena, Nick Sears, and Yu Song contribute to the 2017 Denman Undergraduate Research Forum. Congrats for the great presentations of your Undergraduate Honors Research efforts!
December 13, 2016. The LSVR Team: not really working (or, waiting for the food delivery to arrive).
August 31, 2016. Quanqi Dai and Dr. Harne present the LSVR research on vibration energy harvesting before H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco.
March 30, 2016. Quanqi Dai contributes to the 2016 Denman Undergraduate Research Forum and receives Fourth Prize for his poster presentation.
We are driven to make
advances in understanding the dynamics and acoustics of engineered systems, and to propose new concepts with unmatched versatility and performance.
Whether with pen and paper, mouse and keyboard, or sensor and transducer, our engineer is a verb.