Jessica E. Rajkowski

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Photo-patternable adhesives and silicones are introduced for use in centimeter-scale robotics. Traditional approaches to making robots at this size scale require the use of expensive start-up equipment and/or precise machining, and generally yield fragile and costly robots in small numbers. The multi-material milli-robot prototyping process uses(More)
The Rapid Microrobot Prototyping (RaMP) Process uses Loctite R photo-patternable polymer products and photolithography to rapidly fabricate robust, inexpensive, and compliant robots. The process is developed and examined on two size scales. On the size scale of several centimeters, two functional robots and a small gripper have been designed and(More)
Bioretention cells have been found to improve the hydrologic and water quality performance of impervious areas such as parking lots. The current study recorded hydrologic data from a bioretention cell in Silver Spring, MD, over a period of 2 years, collecting water quality data from 14 storm events. Data showed the cell completely captured storm events that(More)
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