BBDL Students are Named Finalists and Win Student Poster Competition Awards at the Summer Biomechanics, Bioengineering, and Biotransport Conference (SB3C2019)

Four Biomechanics and Biomaterials Design Laboratory students, representing the School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering and the Institute for Biomedical Engineering, Science and Technology (IBEST) at OU, were named finalists (among top 28 students) for the Student Paper Competition at the 2019 Summer Biomechanics, Bioengineering, and Biotransport Conference (SB3C). Colton Ross (Undergrad. Senior), Cortland Johns (Undergrad. Junior), Devin Laurence (MS Student), and Samuel Jett (MS Student) competed in the nation-wide competition in Seven Springs, PA on June 26, 2019. The students were selected based on a 2-page abstract submitted in Spring 2019 and provided a 5-minute poster presentation at the conference to a series of Bioengineering faculty members from across the United States.

Devin Laurence and Samuel Jett received First Place and Third Place in the MS-level competition (Solid Mechanics Category) for their recently defended MS Thesis research.

Congratulations to these BBDL Students!











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BBDL Students Give Presentation at Moore Norman Technology Center

On March 14th and April 9th, Dr. Lee and students from the Biomechanics and Biomaterials Design Laboratory (BBDL) provided presentations to the Moore Norman Technology Center (MNTC) pre-engineering students.

These presentations provided the MNTC students with some insight into the regular week-to-week life of a college student, and the learning experiences that the BBDL students had throughout their college careers. They also emphasized how valuable undergraduate engineering is to personal/professional growth and how easily one can get involved. Additionally, the BBDL students talked about their ongoing work in cardiovascular and brain aneurysm biomechanics and how the basic engineering principles span a diverse array of applications.

Video Series Features Dr. Lee and his Students in the BBDL

Dr. Lee and his students are working on research projects in the BBDL to further their knowledge about the biomechanics and biomedical industry. We will be featuring a video each month about BBDL members and their specific projects in the lab.

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