Mariah Chuprinski

Mariah Chuprinski, Penn State University

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The synaptic transistor is reconfigurable, meaning it can be twisted and bent, yet still remain functional, as researchers Cunjiang Yu (left), Dorothy Quiggle Career Development Associate Professor of Engineering Science and Mechanics (ESM), and ESM graduate student Hyunseok Shim demonstrate in this photo. Conventional transistors, on the other hand, are rigid and can break after being bent. Courtesy: Kelby Hochreither/Penn State.
Sensors, Vision October 16, 2022

Synaptic transistor can enhance functions for robots, wearable devices

A wearable synaptic transistor has been developed by Penn State researchers to enhance device performance for robotics and wearable devices.

By Mariah Chuprinski
A stretchable wideband dipole antenna, like the one pictured, can improve the performance of wearable technology by changing its physical shape to adapt to body movements and pressure, according to Penn State researchers. Courtesy: Kelby Hochreither, Penn State University
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Stretchable, 3D antenna improves wearable tech performance

A new stretchable antenna can improve the performance of wearable technology by changing its physical shape to adapt to the body.

By Mariah Chuprinski
Courtesy: Ayushi Agrawal, Penn State University
Edge Computing, Embedded Systems August 17, 2021

Researchers use Minecraft to advance AI programs, thinking

Penn State University researchers received a grant to develop the artificial intelligence (AI) of the player avatar in the popular video game "Minecraft" and make it smarter and able to plan.

By Mariah Chuprinski
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