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PhD position available for Fall 2019

The SEAK Lab is looking to hire one PhD student for a new 4-year NSF-funded project titled “Knowledge and data-driven design of mechanical meta-materials”. The student will be in charge of developing algorithms to merge expert knowledge and data from expensive simulations in the context of automated design. We will also apply these algorithms to […]

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New grant from NASA!

A proposal to develop a cognitive assistant for spacecraft anomaly detection during long duration exploration missions, by Prof. Selva (PI) and Co-Is Prof. Ana Diaz and Prof. Bonnie Dunbar, has been selected for funding by NASA! Check out the press release here: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/nasa-selects-25-proposals-to-support-health-performance-in-astronauts-missions-to-moon-mars/

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New grant from NSF!

Dr. Selva has been awarded a collaborative research grant from the Engineering Design and Systems Engineering program at NSF to develop a new methodology to design 3D printable polymeric metamaterials. We will study new ways to combine data from finite element simulations at various levels of fidelity with semantic information such as physical laws and […]

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Antoni Viros joins the SEAK Lab as PhD student!

Antoni Viros just started as a new PhD student in the SEAK Lab. All of us are thrilled that he has decided to join the team, since he had become quite essential in the lab since he worked as a visiting student first and a visiting scientist later. Indeed, Antoni is the system architect and […]

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Moving to Texas A&M!

Howdy! As of this summer, the SEAK Lab has moved to Texas A&M University, joining the Aerospace Engineering department. Check out some of our new colleagues’s research! Here is to some new adventures!    

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