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(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2018)This thesis examines the effect that working at a start-up company has on decisions and considerations during the mechanical design process, and is based on the experience of the author while interning at an Al robotics ...
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2020)Recent studies have shown that a vibrating fluid bath can support a bouncing droplet, generating a pilot wave which propels the droplet into horizontal motion. Walking droplets have been demonstrated not only to follow ...
Mechanical properties of gels formed by nickel and cobalt complexation with histamine-grafted polyisoprene and polystyrene in non-aqueous solvents (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2020)Leveraging metal-coordination crosslinks for materials design of polymers can enable fine-tuning of the mechanical properties of rubbers without requiring the use of sophisticated vulcanization pathways. In this work, we ...