John Burkhardt

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Microrobotics is a rapidly growing field with promising applications in microsurgery and microassembly. A challenge in these systems is providing power and control signals to the robot. This project explores crawling robots that are powered and controlled through a global mechanical vibration field. Structures within the robot will cause it to respond to(More)
 There is a strong and increasing desire for more multidisciplinary activities within mathematical, scientific and engineering education. This has found particularly strong voice in the rise of graduate programs in Computational Science and Engineering. The growth of such programs and centers is only just beginning to take root in the undergraduate(More)
INTRODUCTION This study investigates the impact of the Doximity rankings on the rank list choices made by residency applicants in emergency medicine (EM). METHODS We sent an 11-item survey by email to all students who applied to EM residency programs at four different institutions representing diverse geographical regions. Students were asked questions(More)
 The use of jigsaw techniques in a multidisciplinary, project-oriented, introductory computational science and engineering course is described. The course revolves around the study and completion of four projects, each devised and taught by a team of faculty drawn from several departments. This paper discusses the execution of a single project in the(More)
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