Congratulations to the Click Beetle Project team who won the 2nd prize of the Biom’Innovate Challenge in July 2017 at the European Center for Excellence in Biomimicry (CEEBIOS – Senlis, France). The Biom’Innovate Challenge is a student challenge which occurs during the Biomim’Expo, annual meeting that brings together French and european public, researchers, companies and stakeholders around biomimicry.
Congratulations to Josiah Waite who obtained his M.S. in Mechanical Science and Engineering in August 2017! Josiah was among the first BAMers to join and played a major role in the lab. We wish him the best of luck for his future endeavors at NASA Langley Research Center and beyond.
Congratulations to the 1st BAM lab graduates! Michael and Boris were among the first BAMers to join and played a major in setting up the lab. Michael and Boris obtained their M.S., respectively, in Mechanical Science and Engineering and Aerospace Engineering. We wish them the best of luck in their future endeavors.
On April 27th, the BAM lab successfully flew the ornithopter during the first indoor flight test at the Intelligent Robotics lab. Markers were placed on the wings of the robot to track its motion with the 8 cameras placed in the room. Data will be used to simulate the wings’ motion.