The MicroSmithie Lab, May 2018

The MicroSmithie Lab, May 2018

Principal Investigator

 

 

 

 

 

Kristen L. Dorsey, PhD

Kristen Dorsey is an assistant professor of engineering in the Picker Engineering Program at Smith College. Dr. Dorsey graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering. She was a President’s Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of California, Berkeley and University of California, San Diego. She earned her Bachelors of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering in Needham, MA.

Dr. Dorsey has co-authored several publications on hyperelastic strain sensors, novel soft lithography processes, and the stability of gas chemical sensors. In 2019, she received the NSF CAREER award.

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Curriculum Vitae

 

Undergraduate Students

Meng Cao (2019)

Special study: Fabrication of EcoFlex-EGaIn strain sensors

Summer SURF: Flexible, wearable torsion sensors for detecting arm motion

Jody Huang (2020)

Special study: Elastomeric Origami

Mariel Jones (2020)

Special study: Tessellated Origami Sensor Design

Becky Shen (2019)

Summer SURF: A testbed for stretchable strain sensor characterization

Yuhan Wen (2020)

Special study, Summer SURF: Contact force sensor placement on soft gripper for deep-sea organism manipulation

Alumn*

Dan Lin (2018)

M.S. in Electrical Engineering student , University of Pennsylvania

Special study: Galinstan switch for curvature measurements

Alysha da Silva (2018)

Special study, senior thesis: Anisotropic strain sensors

Sara Kacmoli (2017)

Graduate research assistant, Princeton University

Special studies: Fundamentals of Microelectronics

Jiaao Lu (2017)

M.S. Student, University of Michigan

Special study: Testbed for strain sensors

Special study: Ice as a sacrificial layer for EcoFlex casting

Sara Lorić (2016)

Graduate research assistant, University of Copenhagen

Honors thesis extension: Metal oxide gas sensors

 

 

 

Updated 19 Feb 2019