2018 Scholars

Generous Donors Contributed over $4,100,000 to Support 248 Scholars Since 2005

ARCS Foundation Oregon is honored to present awards to these outstanding scholars chosen by the scholar selection committees at Oregon Health & Science University,  Oregon State University and the University of Oregon.

The ARCS Foundation Scholar Award is $18,000, payable over three years at $6,000 per year, with each award presented in the fall at the annual Scholar Awards Luncheon "Recognizing Genius."

Meet our 2018-2019 ARCS Scholars
Photo courtesy of Andie Petkus
Third Year Scholars

Our 23 third year scholars have reached their final year of funding from ARCS Foundation. Many have at least one to three more years before they complete their PhD programs.  We will stay in touch, and we look forward to attending their dissertation defenses. We maintain contact with all of our alumni scholars and follow their progress throughout their careers, celebrating their achievements and publicizing their work.

Michael Crawford
  • ARCS Foundation Oregon Chapter Scholar Award
  • UO, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • Research Interest: how molecules behave after they absorb light. Michael is focused on molecular "nanohoops", which have unique geometry resulting in interesting properties after they absorb light. He measures the transmission of short laser pulses through a sample of these nanohoops to measure how they behave after absorbing light. This will help determine how synthetic chemists should design nanohoops for solar cells, or other electronic devices.

 

Jenny Firkins
  • Giesy/Pedersen Scholar Award
  • Given by Barbara Giesy and Patty Pedersen
  • OHSU, School of Nursing
  • Research Interest: the usage and access of palliative care. She will explore nurse and physician’s attitudes towards palliative care in the United States, identifying barriers to palliative care. She will survey nurses in Oregon regarding their views and experiences with palliative care.
Dallas Foster
  • Emmerson Family Scholar Award
  • Given by Ann & Ron Emmerson
  • OSU, College of Science, Mathematics
  • Research Interest: focuses on mathematical techniques for understanding the uncertainty or randomness in data and forecasting. The goal of these techniques is to better quantify the statistics of large, complex systems when we only have relatively small amount of data. These types of scenarios have numerous applications, for example in chemistry, remote-sensing and climate modeling. 
Lucas Freiberg
  • Mark H. & Leslie M. Workman Scholar Award
  • Given by Leslie & Mark Workman
  • OSU, College of Engineering, School of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering
  • Research Interest: focused on storing solar energy. Presently, fossil energy sources provide heat that society needs for transportation, power-generation and industrial applications. However, concentrated solar power can be used to drive chemical reactions that recycle CO2and increase the energy content of fossil fuels, ultimately reducing carbon emissions. Innovative design work by Lucas intends to increase the commercial viability of solar thermochemical technology.
Gisela Abigail Gonzalez-Montiel
  • Goodwin/Rothschild Scholar Award
  • Given by Sheila A. & J. Michael Goodwin and Sara & Robert Rothschild
  • OSU, College of Science, Chemistry
  • Research Interest: bioprospecting symbiotic fungi associated with Oregon Douglas Fir Trees and other endophytic fungi for human health application by investigating potentially new bioactive metabolites. Her work will benefit society in medicinal drugs.
Cedric Hagen
  • ARCS Foundation Oregon Scholar Award
  • OSU, College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences
  • Research Interest: studies global biogeochemical cycles in the ancient Earth, with a focus on carbon cycle dynamics and spatial correlation at the dawn of life. He incorporates both modeling and field work to better understand peculiar periods of Earth history. This work elucidates Earth climate and biogeochemistry extrema, the evolution of life, and the search for extraterrestrial life.
Shannon Hennessy
  • ARCS Foundation Oregon Scholar Award
  • OSU, College of Science, Integrative Biology
  • Research Interest: studies the importance of predator-prey interactions in shaping communities on the rocky Oregon shores, using predatory snails with highly variable feeding behaviors as a model system. She aims to better understand how variation in predator diet choice affects the resilience of ecological communities, so we can better predict their responses to environmental change.
Paige Hovenga
  • Sally & Cecil Drinkward Scholar Award
  • Given by Sally Anne & Cecil W. Drinkward
  • OSU, College of Engineering, School of Civil and Construction Engineering
  • Research Interest: studying how natural, coastal dunes respond and recovery to major storm events including hurricanes and nor’easters.  Her research will help better predict vulnerability to coastal flooding hazards and implications related to climate change and sea level rise. 
Christal Johnson
  • Josephson Scholar Award
  • Given by Jean & Rich Josephson
  • OSU, College of Forestry
  • Research Interest: studies how forest management and restoration practices impact individual tree vigor and resilience to disturbances. She works in fire-prone forests of eastern Oregon in areas where forest restoration projects are underway. In these forests, fire and drought are a natural part of the system, but may also be a threat to resources if forests are not resilient. 
John Koberstein
  • Vaux Scholar Award
  • Given by Missy Vaux Hall
  • OHSU, School of Medicine, Neuroscience Graduate Program
  • Reseach Interest: interested in the dynamic regulation of metabolism underlying brain function. He is designing molecular tools called fluorescent biosensors that will allow him to visualize the concentration of key metabolites in live neurons. His work will elucidate how metabolic regulation supports neuronal function and how disturbances lead to disease. 
Alexandria Lassetter
  • James & Lila Miller Scholar Award
  • Given by Ted & Daisy Miller
  • OHSU, School of Medicine, Neuroscience
  • Research Interest: studies the role of glia, a diverse class of cells in the nervous system, in axon maintenance. She takes a genetic approach using the fruit fly model organism in order to identify genes involved in glial support of long-term axon maintenance. She hopes to further our understanding of how glia contribute to the overall health and function of the nervous system.
Calvin Lee
  • Lynn & Steve Pratt Scholar Award
  • Given by Lynn & Steve Pratt
  • OSU, College of Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Research Interest: includes the design and implementation of high-performance power-efficient analog-to-digital converter (ADC) architectures. His designs include 18 bit successive-approximation-register (SAR) ADCs and hybrid two-step SAR-delta-sigma (ΔΣ) noise-shaping ADCs. Calvin hopes that his research will enable more power-efficient hardware to support the rapid expansion of technology in our everyday lives. 
Emily Leff
  • Patti & Becky Warner Scholar Award
  • Patti Warner & Becky Warner
  • OHSU, School of Medicine, Neuroscience Graduate Program
  • Research Interest: the cellular mechanisms underlying tolerance and dependence to opioids. She uses electrophysiology techniques to study the acute and chronic actions of opioids at the receptor and cellular level. The aim is to develop new therapeutics or treatment protocols to treat pain more effectively and safely, without side effects such as tolerance and withdrawal.
Thomas Navis
  • Harold Schnitzer Scholar Award
  • Given by The Harold & Arlene Schnitzer CARE Foundation
  • OHSU, School of Medicine, Behavioral Neuroscience Graduate Program
  • Research Interest: studies the comorbidity between post-traumatic stress disorder and substance abuse. Targeting a brain region necessary for both fear and drug learning, the basolateral amygdala, Tommy uses animal models combined with chemogenetic, optogenetic, or pharmacological approaches to explore the neural circuitry linking PTSD and substance use disorder. Tommy hopes this will help determine risk factors and new treatment options for PTSD patients.
William "Bryce" Penta
  • The Silver Endowed Scholar Award
  • Given by Barbara & Philip Silver
  • OSU, College of Science, Microbiology
  • Research Interest: interested in marine phytoplankton physiology and how we observe these microscopic plants from space with satellites. Phytoplankton feed the entire ocean and Bryce studies how these critical organisms respond to environmental shifts. He aims to resolve discrepancies between remotely-sensed estimates and environmental measurements of their carbon production by incorporating higher physiological detail. 
Alexandra Quackenbush
  • OHSU ARCS Scholar Award
  • Given by Joan Foley & Per Jarnberg and Jane & Joe Gray
  • OHSU, School of Medicine, Cell, Developmental & Cancer Biology
  • Research Interest: studies the unique liver environment in the postpartum host and how this environment promotes breast cancer liver metastasis. She hopes to identify mechanisms of metastatic promotion that could be therapeutically targeted in young women at elevated risk for breast cancer liver metastases.
Amber Rolland
  • ARCS Foundation Oregon Scholar Award
  • UO, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
  • Research Interest: utilizes native electrospray ionization mass spectrometry and complementary techniques to investigate the composition and lipid dependence of pore-forming toxins. Her research goal is to understand how pore-forming activity is affected by different lipid environments and pore structures, which will contribute new knowledge toward engineering proteins for therapeutic uses such as drug delivery and constructing immunotoxins to target cancer cells.
Matthew Slattery
  • Silver/OSU/ARCS Foundation Oregon University Matched Endowment
  • Given by Barbara & Philip Silver
  • OSU, College of Ag Science, Environmental Toxicology
  • Research Interest: studies nano-enabled pesticides, which capitalize on the unique properties of nanomaterials to enhance existing pesticide products. While these new pesticides can reduce human exposure and increase efficacy, they may also have unexpected impacts on our environment. Matt is addressing this concern by developing novel methods that assess the fate and toxicity of nano-enabled pesticides. 
Gail A. Stonebarger
  • Brodie Roberts Cunningham Memorial Scholar Award
  • Given by Lynn & Steve Pratt
  • OHSU, School of Medicine, Behavioral Neuroscience Graduate Program
  • Research Interest: studies the aging brain in a nonhuman primate model. Using some of the oldest known monkeys in the world, she examines the interactions between aging, diet, and hormone status to observe measures of brain health, in order to understand how and why our brains age the way they do. Gail hopes to use this research to inform both pharmaceutical and non-drug interventions for pathological aging, such as dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Erik Toraason
  • Anderson Family/UO/ARCS Foundation Oregon University Matched Endowment
  • Given by Jamie & Michael Anderson
  • UO, Department of Biology
  • Research Interest: how cells repair DNA damage that underlies many diseases, including infertility and cancers. Erik studies developing sperm and eggs, which intentionally damage their genomes in order to engage multiple DNA repair pathways that promote inheritance of the correct amount of DNA and/or generate genetic diversity. 
Jennifer Ventralla
  • Precision Castparts Scholar Award
  • OSU, College of Engineering, School of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
  • Research Interest: developing and testing a wireless sensor-based platform to measure the adoption and impacts of biomass (e.g. wood) cookstoves in low-income regions. Currently, 40% of the world’s population cooks over inefficient open fires that are harmful to human health and the environment. To reduce deforestation and harmful smoke, engineers have designed cookstoves with improved efficiency. Sensor-based monitoring is essential to accurately understand and ensure the impacts of improved cookstoves on human health and the environment. 
Sydney Weber Boutros
  • Swindells/OHSU/ARCS Foundation Oregon University Matched Endowment
  • Given by Susie & George Swindells
  • OHSU, School of Medicine, Behavioral Neuroscience Graduate Program
  • Research Interest: studying neurodegenerative diseases – like Parkinson’s disease – and exploring new treatments. She uses mice that have Parkinson-like pathology to test disease progression and interventions in hopes of finding a cure for mouse Parkinson’s – an important early step before progressing into human clinical trials for treatment of any disease. 
Sophia Wensman
  • Ogg/OSU/ARCS Foundation Oregon University Matched Endowment
  • Given by Caron & Larry Ogg
  • OSU, College of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences, Ocean Ecology & Biogeochemistry
  • Research Interest: seeks to provide an alternative method of measuring ocean acidification using the chemical composition of oyster shells. Ocean acidification is detrimental to coastal ecosystem health. The use of oysters as a biomonitor of corrosivity may help improve our ability to grow oysters in these environments and help us understand its effects on understudied coastal areas. 
Second Year Scholars

Our 24 second year scholars represent a broad range of scientific interests.  They also represent our chapter's commitment to continually seek new academic partnerships.

Anthony Alberti
  • The ARCS Foundation Oregon Chapter Scholar
  • OSU, College of Engineering, Nuclear Science and Engineering
  • Research interest: develop a computational algorithm for computing reduced order models of coupled, multiscale radiation transport simulations.
Timothy Bates
  • The Joan and Bill Bailey Scholar
  • Given by Joan and Bill Bailey
  • OHSU, School of Medicine, Program in Molecular & Cellular Biosciences
  • Research interest: developing a novel treatment for Tuberculosis using alpaca-derived antibody fragments.
Lindsay Benage
  • The James R. Kuse Family Foundation Scholar
  • Given by the Kuse Foundation
  • OSU, College of Engineering, Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering
  • Research interest: the effect of implantable passive mechanisms on the neuromechanics of various pathological human states and animal models.
Michael Boller
  • The ARCS Foundation Oregon Chapter Scholar
  • OSU, College of Engineering, Electrical and Computer Science
  • Research interest: investigates improving electrical grid stability by developing indices for reactive power reserves within partitioned grid areas.
Sean Boulanger
  • The ARCS Foundation Oregon Chapter Scholar
  • OSU, College of Science, Chemistry
  • Research interest: explores the structure-function relationships of biomolecules and novel materials that are potential targets in biomedicine using ultrafast spectroscopy.
Erik Burlingame
  • The Julie and Wayne Drinkward Scholar
  • Given by Julie and Wayne Drinkward
  • OHSU, School of Medicine, Neuroscience Graduate Program
  • Research interest: structural mechanics of molecular signaling in the brain as a means to improve rational drug design.
Brenda Cisneros
  • The Thomas J. Hammond Scholar
  • Given by Cheryl Legate Hammond
  • OSU, College of Pharmacy
  • Research interest: proposing a biosynthetic pathway for the production of Cyanobacterin, a cyanobacterial compound with algaecidal and herbicidal properties. 
Daniel Elson
  • The Gretchen Sturm and Judy Lanfri/ Cascadia Scholar
  • Given by Gretchen Sturm, Judy Lanfri, and an anonymous donor
  • OSU, College of Agricultural Sciences
  • Research interest: developing novel targeted therapies against chemo-resistant breast cancers, and understanding mechanisms of carcinogenesis.
Christine Ghetu
  • The Sue Hitselberger and Pat Reser Scholar
  • Given by Sue Hitselberger and Pat Reser
  • OSU, College of Agricultural Sciences
  • Research Interest: using passive samplers to study the fate and transport of contaminants in the environment, in order to better understand exposure risks and aid in remediation planning.
Deborah Glosser
  • The Christiansen Family Trust Scholar
  • Given by the Christiansen Family Trust
  • OSU, College of Engineering, School of Civil and Construction Engineering
  • Research Interest: thermodynamic modeling and related code development and data analysis to better understand reactions in, and the structure and performance of, cementitious materials. She is especially interested in understanding how the replacement of cement by re-purposed fossil energy waste products can create high performance cement materials while reducing the environmental impact of cement production and fossil energy waste.
Kyle Gustafson
  • The Fairway Fund ARCS Endowed Scholar
  • Given by Susan and George Swindells Endowment
  • OHSU, School of Medicine, Department of Biomedical Engineering
  • Research Interest: analyzes biomarkers, isolated from bodily fluids via dielectrophoresis, to detect cancer at early stages.
Charles Heller
  • The Bechen Family Foundation Scholar
  • Given by the Bechen Family Foundation
  • OHSU, School of Medicine
  • Research Interest: the effect of behavioral state on auditory processing in the hope of improving current auditory prosthetics.
David Jacobs
  • The ARCS Foundation Oregon Chapter Scholar
  • OHSU, School of Medicine
  • Research Interest: neural underpinnings of reward seeking when a risk of punishment is present. This work aims to model and understand a critical aspect of decision making that is altered in psychiatric disorders such as anxiety and addiction. 
Rebecca Keller
  • The Ann and Bill Swindells Charitable Trust Scholar
  • Given by The Ann and Bill Swindells Charitable Trust
  • UO, Department of Chemistry
  • Research Interest: understand what makes things spontaneous at the quantum level by exploring a new definition for quantum entropy.  
Dakota Kliamovich
  • The Bettsy and Wally Preble Scholar
  • Given by Bettsy and Wally Preble
  • OHSU, School of Medicine, Behavioral Neuroscience
  • Research Interest: understanding the neural circuitry and prefrontal-limbic control of responses to trauma in childhood and early adolescence, with the goal of identifying factors that may confer a susceptibility or resistance to the later development of psychiatric conditions and substance use problems.
Jennifer Leaf
  • The Jarvis/McGrath Scholar
  • Given by Anne & Peter Jarvis and Suzanne & Bernie McGrath
  • OSU, College of Engineering, Mechanical, Industrial, & Manufacturing Engineering
  • Research Interest: developing methods to measure resilience in multi-robot systems, in order to assess and predict how well they can perform in uncertain and dynamic environments.
Mollie Marr
  • The Award for Development of Research Scientists Scholar
  • Given by Dianne Rodway & John Becker and Adrianne & Lee Peterson
  • OHSU, School of Medicine, Behavioral Neuroscience
  • Research Interest: how maternal childhood trauma and psychological stress during pregnancy impact infant neurodevelopment and behavior.
Danielle Mathieson
  • The Quinsey Family Foundation Scholar
  • Given by Jean and Ralph Quinsey
  • OHSU, School of Medicine
  • Research Interest: the role of glial cells in the context of injury and axon degeneration and using the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster as a model organism.
Katie McConnell
  • The ARCS Foundation Oregon Chapter Scholar
  • OSU, College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences
  • Research Interest: tracking shifts in the tropical coral microbiome over time-- a microbial community linked to coral health, whose diversity can be altered by global warming, pollution and overfishing.
Andrew Morris
  • The Florence and Mike Nudelman Scholar
  • Given by a friend
  • UO, Department of Biology
  • Research Interest: how soil microbes contribute to greenhouse gas production and consumption in order to manage future climate change.
Martijn Oostrom
  • The ARCS Foundation Oregon Chapter Scholar
  • OSU, College of Science, Department of Mathematics
  • Research Interest: researching various topics in mathematical biology, including genetics and using partial differential equations to create models for wildlife populations.
Elizabeth Schuyler
  • The ARCS Foundation Oregon Chapter Scholar
  • OSU, College of Agricultural Sciences
  • Research Interest: understanding how wildlife respond to multiple and interacting management techniques, as well as natural disturbances.
Clayton Sodergren
  • The Nancy and Dodd Fischer ARCS Foundation Oregon Scholar (OSU Matched Endowment)
  • Given by Nancy and Dodd Fischer
  • OSU, College of Forestry
  • Research Interest: post-fire forest recovery and succession in order to better predict future conditions under a changing climate.
Thi Troung
  • The Pacific Scholar
  • Given by Elisabeth and Peter Lyon
  • OSU, College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences
  • Research Interest: studies the geochemistry of rocks from oceanic island chains (such as Hawaii) to identify the sources and origin of intraplate volcanism.
First Year Scholars

We Welcome our 23 first year scholars.  We look forward to meeting them at the Scholar Picnic in September.

Hannah Bates
  • The UO Chemistry Scholar
  • Given by an anonymous donor
  • UO, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
  • Research Interest: organic and transition metal chemistry; environmental/green chemistry.
Michael Berry
  • The Hewitt Family ARCS Foundation Oregon Scholar Award Endowed Fund (OHSU Matched Endowment)
  • Given by Sharon & Henry Hewitt
  • OHSU, School of Medicine, Physiology & Pharmacology
  • Research Interest: pathology of the retina and novel therapeutics for treating, preventing, or delaying diseases of the eye.
Katie Blise
  • The Rubinstein/Ames Scholar
  • Given by Deanne & Dick Rubinstein and Kathleen & Robert Ames
  • OHSU, School of Medicine, Biomedical Engineering
  • Research Interest: create and apply computational tools to develop precision therapies to treat cancer.
Emerson Christie
  • The ARCS Foundation Oregon Chapter 10th Anniversary Fund Scholar
  • Given by ARCS Foundation Oregon Chapter
  • OSU, College of Agricultural Sciences, Environmental and Molecular Toxicology
Mary Davis
  • The Giesy Family ARCS Foundation Oregon Scholar Award Endowed Fund (OHSU Matched Endowment)
  • Given by Barbara Giesy
  • OHSU, School of Nursing
  • Research Interest: heart failure.
Brian Erickson
  • The ARCS Foundation Oregon Chapter Scholar
  • OSU, College of Agricultural Sciences
  • Research Interest: conservation social science (psychology), mental models, conservation behaviors, decision making.
Thomas Fernandez
  • The Harrison/Ridgley Scholar
  • Given by Janis & Bob Harrison and Marilyn & Bob Ridgley
  • OHSU, School of Medicine
  • Research Interest: G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs), drug delivery, drug discovery, structure activity relationships
Justina Freilich
  • The Connie L. and Carl J. Clark Scholar
  • Given by Connie L. & Carl J. Clark
  • OSU, College of Engineering, Nuclear Science and Engineering
  • Research Interest: novel materials and methods for radiation detection and shielding.
Gregory Hamersky
  • The Branford/Bernhardt & Cameron Scholar
  • Given by Julie Branford & Terry Bernhardt and Lyn & Charlie Cameron
  • OHSU, School of Medicine
  • Research Interest: electrophysiology, auditory system, cephalopods.
Jesse Howe
  • The ARCS Foundation Oregon Chapter Scholar
  • OSU, College of Science
  • Research Interest: structure, function and dynamics of proteins and protein complexes, single molecule fluoresence,
Jennifer Jahncke
  • The Susan and William Smith Family Trust Scholar
  • Given by Susan & William Smith
  • OHSU, School of Medicine, Neuroscience Graduate Program
  • Research Interest: deficits in neuronal wiring and communication in mental illness
Sunil Joshi
  • The Dyess Family ARCS Foundation Oregon Scholar Award Endowed Fund (OHSU Matched Endowment)
  • Given by Kirby & Carl Dyess
  • OHSU, School of Medicine, Knight Cancer Institute
  • Research Interest: investigating the role of tumor microenvironment in driving drug resistance.
Tanya Laird
  • The Ditz/Halvorsen Scholar
  • Given by Gigi & David Ditz and Karen & Frank Halvorsen
  • OSU, College of Engineering, School of Civil and Construction Engineering
  • Research Interest: various aspects of engineering education including engineering cognition, and the attitudes, experiences and needs of engineering students and recent engineering graduates.
Jesse Laney
  • The ARCS Foundation Oregon Chapter Scholar
  • OSU, College of Science, Department of Integrative Biology
  • Research Interest: assessing changes in structure, distribution, and energy flow in communities of terrestrial vertabrates as they respond to ecological changes in climate and land-cover across elevations and through time.
Amy Leatherwood
  • The Joseph-Murray Scholar
  • Given by Kate Joseph and Tom Murray
  • OHSU, School of Nursing
  • Research Interest: cancer survivorship.
Meredith Leung
  • The Meigs Family Scholar
  • Given by Laurie McDonald Meigs
  • OSU, College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences
  • Research Interest: the impact on climate change  - SLR on coastal hazards and the efficiency of counter measures.
Ian Morrell
  • The ARCS Foundation Oregon Chapter Scholar
  • OSU, College of Forestry (Wood Science and Engineering), College of Engineering (Civil and Construction Engineering)
  • Research Interest: tall wood structures, connections, hybrid structures.
Ashley Pica
  • The Cunningham/Weaver Scholar
  • Given by Lara & Mike Cunningham and Anne & Scott Weaver
  • OSU, College of Science
  • Research Interest: dynamics and limits of nuclear stability.
Anna Simpson
  • The Bergen/Kern Scholar
  • Given by Marilyn Bergen and Michael & Kris Kern
  • OSU, College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences
  • Research Interest: turbulence and mixing at the glacier-ocean interface.
Jeremea Songco
  • The Caron & Larry Ogg Endowed Scholar
  • Given by Caron & Larry Ogg
  • UO, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Research Interest: understanding the relationship between the brain and behavior through breaking down neural networks involved in complex tasks.
Marie Tosa
  • The ARCS Foundation Oregon Chapter Scholar
  • OSU, College of Agricultural Sciences
  • Research Interest: quantifying the effects of land-use on biodiversity, especially concerning small mammalian carnivores, in the Oregon Cascades.
Erik Wislinsky
  • The ARCS Foundation Oregon Chapter Scholar
  • OSU, College of Engineering, School of Chemical, Biological, and Environmental Engineering
  • Research Interest: nanotechnology, polymers within nanotechnology, materials.
Alexander You
  • The Karen Irons Medicis Scholar
  • Given by Diane & Dick Alexander
  • OSU, College of Engineering, Robotics
  • Research Interest: limbed robotics/human robot interaction.