The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Brigham Young University will be filling a faculty position during the coming year and is seeking outstanding faculty candidates who will challenge an exceptional student body and contribute to excellent research programs - details at yjobs.byu.edu.
Our own Dr. Bradley Adams will be presenting at Graduate Seminar at 4:00pm in CB 256.
He will be presenting on experiences while working in the mechanical engineering industry.
About our Speaker:
Bradley Adams joined BYU in 2015 after 30 years in industry, including positions at GenRad, MIT Lincoln Laboratories, and Reaction Engineering International. He has significant experience in technical management and has performed R&D in the areas of heat transfer, combustion, and air pollution control, with an emphasis on CFD simulation of these processes. Current research interests include…
See some of the work happening in the RAD (Robotics and Dynamics Laboratory) at BYU.
These robots inflate, but they can do much more than a balloon.
“If you look at typical robots in an industrial setting, they’re usually behind cages because when people get around robots they get injured a lot of times. That’s one of the main ideas here is that because he’s completely inflatable he won’t hurt you,” student Dustan Kraus.
From Dr. Killpack, “Our goal is to have soft robots that can interact and work in peoples’ lives. We’re interested in soft robots that can actually help those with motor…