Spring 2020 ME 461 students shadowing in the operative room at Boston Medical Center.
This is a new graduate course developed by Prof. Russo where students learn about design, mechanics, materials, manufacturing, and control of robots and associated technologies for medical applications. This course is designed to give students experience with the initiation of a new research project in the field of medical robotics. Pictures below are from in-class hands-on tutorials on using soft materials to build soft medical robots and anatomical simulators.
Congratulations to Mary Economy, Hael Hanson, Amaan Khimani, Marybelle Raymond, Florence Xhori on winning the first place in the 2019 Societal Impact Capstone Award, a College of Engineering-wide competition!
Congratulations to Jordann Marinelli, Eric Rapp, and Jared Lawson on winning the first place in the 2018 Societal Impact Capstone Award, a College of Engineering-wide competition! An awesome interdisciplinary team of students from MechE and BME in the ME461 Capstone Experience class. Here celebrating all together with Dean Lutchen!