Assistant Professor Eric Meyer of Lawrence Technological University (LTU) is the principal investigator for a $40,000 grant to foster the entrepreneurial mindset through the development of multidisciplinary engineering learning modules based in part on the “Quantified Self” social movement.
The DENSO North America Foundation has awarded $50,000 to Lawrence Technological University (LTU) to help create a new multidisciplinary bio-robotics lab that will benefit students in two growing bachelor’s degree programs in biomedical engineering and robotics engineering. Students in traditional programs in electrical and computer engineering and mechanical engineering will also benefit.
LTU Assistant Professor Yawen Li explains the attributes of LTU’s environmental scanning electron microscope to the robotics team of the Manoogian School. Hosep Torossian, the school’s principal, is to her left, and LTU President Emeritus Richard Marburger is in front. The high school robotics team from th...
LTU Assistant Professor Yawen Li wants to utilize tissue engineering to regenerate ligament tissue that could make surgical repairs both less invasive and more effective for people who suffer painful and potentially debilitating anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears in their knees. Li and her students are using...
LTU Assistant Professor Eric Meyer believes that the best way to deal with sports-related injuries is to prevent them from happening in the first place. Meyer is studying both ankle and knee injuries for athletes with the aid of a recently developed three-dimensional computer model. LTU students are aiding th...