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Design, fabrication, testing, and analysis of space and aerial robotic platforms.
This teams works on microfabricated systems for engineering and healthcare applications. This includes microfluidic systems, optically controlled microrobots, single-cell analysis tools, and other technologies.
Design, fabrication, and deployment of environmental sensor modules that collect weather data in order to analyze spatial and temporal impacts on renewable energy sources.
The RIP Lab’s Unmanned X Systems (UXS) research group, or Team Kanaloa, aims to advance Unmanned Systems technologies including aerial, surface, and underwater platforms for practical applications.
Design, fabrication, testing, and analysis of various reconfigurable electronic devices using liquid metal.
The UH Manoa Astronomical Technologies VIP team develops precision instruments and telescope components for astronomical applications.
Cyber Security, Drone Applications and Security, and IoT Applications and Security
The quest to move away from fossil fuels is an important subject for the engineers of today and tomorrow to tackle.
Design and build a fully autonomous electric Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) to survey and monitor a 4,000-acre macadamia nut farm on the Big Island of Hawaii.
An active “smart” needle with robotic manipulation for cancer therapeutic or diagnostic procedures.
An underwater husbandry for rehabilitation of damaged corals
Design, build and research for advanced aerospace technologies with applications to exploration vehicles such as drones, rockets and satellites.
Goals: Build and develop capabilities for applied materials research using integration of nanoscale engineering and behavior. Study and develop materials applications, material processes, and new physical device systems. Key elements: Material processing, material testing, sensor miniaturization, material integration to new…
Design and build a 3D FRESH Bioprinter for the additive manufacture of soft materials.
Design, build, and program an autonomous electric vehicle that accepts and delivers parcels
The Monet VIP team aims to design a millimeter-wave (mmWave) communication system with integrated radar sensing capability for applications such as autonomous vehicles and remote healthcare.
This project is focused on topics of interest to UH Office of Sustainability, to help support broad UH energy and sustainability efforts, including becoming net-zero energy by 2035 and carbon neutral by 2050.
The RoSE VIP team aims to explore and learn about our universe through and beside intelligent robotic systems.