News: Last updated 9/10/2018

Research group kicked off a collaboration with Siemens
Origami paper models

Prof. Paulino and research group members, Heng Chi, Oliver Giraldo-Londoño, Yang Jiang, and Fernando Senhora traveled with Georgia Tech collaborator, Yuyu Zhang of Computer Science, to Princeton, NJ on August 27, 2018 to visit Siemens. The meeting kicked off a newly-established collaboration between the two groups. Take a look at the group photo.

Xiaojia Shelly Zhang defended PhD dissertation
Shelly Zhang

Research group member Xiaojia Shelly Zhang, successfully defended her dissertation titled "Topology Optimization with Multiple Materials, Multiple Constraints, and Multiple Load Cases" on Monday July 30th, 2018 at 1:30pm in room 122 of the Sustainable Education Building (SEB) at Georgia Institute of Technology. The defense was followed by a celebration dinner.

Origami Engineering course featured in Georgia Tech Daily Digest
Origami paper models

Prof. Paulino's Origami Engineering class was featured in Georgia Tech's Daily Digest.

Group wins 1st and 3rd place in Siemens Hackathon
Siemens FutureMakers Challenge Logo

Prof. Paulino's group participated in the Siemens FutureMakers Challenge at Georgia Tech on May 4-5, 2018. The group, in collaboration with one Computer Science and one Physics PhD student from Georgia Tech, entered three teams and took home 1st (Heng Chi - team leader, Yang Jiang, Emily Sanders, Yuyu Zhang) and 3rd (Ke Liu, Larissa Novelino, Kyoungsoo Park, Shelly Zhang - team leader) place. The 1st place team will receive a 6-month Siemens Corporate Technology-Sponsored project ($140K). News release from FOX 5. News release from CEE.

Prof. Paulino wins Sigma Xi top award for faculty research in 2017
Glaucio Paulino and Jerry Qi with active tensegrities

Prof. Paulino won Sigma Xi's top award for faculty research published in 2017. The Best Faculty paper goes to an outstanding piece of research presented in the previous year. Prof. Paulino won with Prof. Jerry Qi for their work on printing 4-D structures using a structual concept called tensegrity. News release from CEE.

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