SENSORS: From Design to Implementation
SENSORS is an NSF-funded Research Experience for Undergraduates program, co-directed by Dr. Schauer. This ten-week summer research program on sensors, from science to application, allows students to gain experience in hands-on sensor research through work with faculty members, field trips, research and ethics workshops and more.
Twelve SENSORS students have performed research in our lab: Ms. Jessica Wolever (2006), Ms. Jelena Drazenovic (2007), Ms. Holly McIlwee (2007), Ms. Laura Stulga (2007), Mr. Eric Brenner (2008), Mr. Keith Fahnestock (2008), Ms. Katy Rooney (2010), Ms. Amelia Abdullah (2010), Mr. William Stoy (2011), Ms. Laura Toth (2011), Ms. Danielle Fagnani (2012) and Mr. Gregory Ike Muradyan (2012).
Drexel Research in Advanced Materials (DREAM)
Five DREAM/REU students have performed research in our lab: Ms. Lisa Ranieri (2004), Ms. Sarah Cott (2005), Ms. Carrie Weber (2006), Mr. Daniel Sven Patrick (2007), and Ms. Jessica Thomaston (2008).