Dr. Ning was selected to receive the Haythornthwaite Foundation Research Initiation Grant from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). Selected by the executive committee of the Applied Mechanics Division (AMD) of ASME, the award is bestowed in recognition of
Dr. Ning’s co-authored paper “Skin-Integrated Wireless Haptic Interfaces for Virtual and Augmented Reality” was accepted by Nature! This was a project that he worked on during his postdoctoral studies with Dr. John Rogers, and he is a contributing author of
Here are two papers in Science Advances and PNAS that Dr. Ning published as a contributing author: 1. Harnessing the interface mechanics of hard films and soft substrates for 3D assembly by controlled buckling Proceedings of the National Academy of
Our paper “Soft 3D Microscale Vibratory Platforms for Characterization of Nano-Thin Polymer Films” has now been online in ACS Nano. Dr. Xin Ning is a co-first author. This paper extends our previous work on the buckled microscale 3D electronics and
Our shiny new Dell server was installed in the Aerospace Cluster Facility today! It has 32 cores (Intel Xeon Gold 6144), 1 NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPU, 384 GB RAM, 2.4 TB SSD, and 8 TB HDD. We thank Mark, Kirk, and
Our paper “Mechanically active materials in three-dimensional mesostructures” has now been online in Science Advances, and highlighted as a featured article. The key idea of this paper is to combine advanced manufacturing and mechanics to integrate multiple, independently addressable piezoelectric
Prof. Ning delivered the first lecture in the Aerospace Engineering Seminar Series on Aug. 22. Prof. Ning’s presentation is titled “Mechanics, Manufacturing, and Materials of Advanced Structures: From Aerospace Shells to Flexible Bioelectronics”. Starting Fall 2018, the Department of Aerospace
Dr. Xin Ning joined the faculty of the Department of Aerospace Engineering at Pennsylvania State University as an assistant professor in August 2018.