A Tissue Engineered Electronic Nerve Interface (TEENI) combines research areas including flexbile MEMS device fabrication, Hydrogels, Magnetic Microparticle Templating, Tissue Scaffolding, and Nerve Regeneration to develop a highly compliant and versatile interface for stimulating and recording the peripheral nerve with the potential for electrode density to scale in a truly 3-Dimensionsal fashion.
Jack Judy's Research Group
Congratulations to all of this year's IMG Award recipients, and a special thanks to all those who have contributed to our group. This year's kick-off meeting focused on the future of our group, and making it evident that "our most valuable asset is you". Let us continue working as a team and setting a precedent for research groups all around.
The IMG Awards recognize outstanding achievements and contributions of student members in our organization. The research award honors the exceptional academic impact the students have made in their field, and the service award acknowledges the hard work the students have put into improving and maintaining the quality of IMG.
- Xiao Jiang won the IMG Excellence in Research.
- Nicolas Garraud and Richard Rode won the IMG Excellence in Service.
The IMG faculty are pleased to release the IMG annual report for the calendar year 2017. This document is a record of the group activities, achievements and finances for the previous year. You are encouraged to refer to this document if needed.
The 2017 IMG Annual Report can be downloaded here.
With the Fall semester arriving, we will be having our IMG Kickoff Meeting on August 21, 2018 (day before classes start) from 11:45AM to 1:30PM. During this meeting, we'll discuss important IMG updates, introduce new members, recognize our accomplishments over the last year, and present some IMG awards. We may also try to take a group photo, so if you have a IMG polo or t-shirt, please wear it.
Please note, all IMG members are expected to attend this meeting. Pizza and drinks will be provided.
IMG will be well-represented at the upcoming Hilton Head Workshop in June 2018:
Microfabricated Electrodynamic Wireless Power Receiver for Bioimplants and Wearables (Oral)
Nicolas Garraud, Daniel Alabi, John D. Varela, David P. Arnold, and Alexandra Garraud
Robust and Scalable Tissue-Engineerined Electronic Nerve Interfaces (Oral)
Cary Kuliasha, Benjamin Spearman, Eric W. Atkinson, Abbas Furniturewalla, Paritosh Rustogi, Sahba Mobini, Elizabeth A. Nunamaker, Anthony Brennan, Kevin Otto, Christine Schmidt, and Jack W. Judy
Batch-Fabrication of Diamagnetically Levitated Microrobots (Oral)
Camilo Velez, Ron E. Pelrine, and David P. Arnold
Increasing the Thickness and Deposition Rate of High-Performance Electroplated CoPt Permanent Magnets (Poster)
Yuzheng Wang, Jacob Ewing, and David Arnold
A Nanomechanical Identification Tag Technology for Traceability and Authentification Applications (Poster)
Mehrdad Ramezani, Angela R. Newsome, Mayur Ghatge, Fengchao Zhang, Swarup Bhunia, and Roozbeh Tabrizian
High Kt2·Q Lamb-Wave ScAlN-On-Silicon UHF and SHF Resonators (Poster)
Mayur Ghatge, Valeriy Felmetsger, and Roozbeh Tabrizian
The Judylab's focus of research is developing microscale technologies for improving the quality of life for those with debilitating disease, especially in the nervous system.
The IMG faculty are pleased to release the first IMG annual report for the calendar year 2016. This document is a record of the group activities, achievements and finances for the previous year. You are encouraged to refer to this document if needed.
The 2016 IMG Annual Report can be downloaded here.
Welcome back from a great summer IMG members!
As the Fall semester moves closer, we will be having our IMG Kickoff Meeting on August 18, 2017 from 11:45AM to 1:30PM. During this meeting, we'll cover all manner of IMG topics and introduce new members to the group. We will also be taking our group photo, so if you have a IMG polo or t-shirt, feel free to wear it.
Please note, all IMG members are expected to attend this meeting! Pizza and drinks will be provided as well!
IMG is pleased to be hosting 3 students in the inaugual Summer Undergraduate Research at Florida (SURF) program, a 10-week immersive research experience for high-performing undergrads. The SURF cohort consists of 40 students from 23 universities in 16 states, as well as Puerto Rico. Please welcome:
We will hold an IMG Kickoff meeting on Friday August 22nd in Larsen 310, starting at 1 pm, immediately after our Friday BBQ. This meeting is mandatory for all IMG personnel. We will provide an overview of IMG to new students, review lab organization/training, emphasize importance of the wiki, and review safety information.