Prof. Bartlett gives a presentation at MRS in Phoenix in Symposium SM01: “Soft Materials, Sensors, Electronics, Displays and Actuators—Functional Components for Soft Machines and Robots,”. His talk was on “Tunable Mechanical Metamaterials through Hybrid Kirigami Structures”
Prof. Bartlett participates in AFRL 2030 at U. Nebraska. Thanks to Dr. Bartlett and all the #innovative thinkers who are beginning to help shape the @usairforce of tomorrow! @SecAFOfficial @AFRL_CC #AF2030 https://t.co/gERMn0YYol — Air Force Research Lab – AFRL (@AFResearchLab) March 23, 2018 Had a great time at #AF2030 hearing the inspiring talks and …
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.@SMSLaboratory's Dr. Michael Bartlett, assistant professor of @IowaStateMSE, presented for today's ME department seminar. His lecture was entitled “Soft Materials for Unconventional Machines and Electronics.” pic.twitter.com/8iyH07hiyB — Iowa State Mechanical Engineering (@ISU_ME) February 20, 2018
Doh-Gyu, Ravi, and Prof. Bartlett present at the 2018 Adhesion Society Annual Meeting.
Paper on Tunable Mechanical Metamaterials through Hybrid Kirigami Structures published in Scientific Reports.
Paper on kirigami-inspired adhesives published in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. Featured on C&EN & Nanowerk.
Paper on mechanically triggered stiffness tuning with Thuo Lab published in Materials Horizons. Featured on Materials Today, Phys.org, Channel 13 news, & others.
Prof. Bartlett is awarded a 3M Non-tenured Faculty Award.
Prof. Bartlett was given the Engineering Student Council’s (ESC) student nominated Outstanding Faculty Award for his outstanding teaching to the students of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering. He was the only faculty award recipient in the the College of Engineering.
Undergraduate researcher Cole Haverkamp was the recipient of a 2017 Summer Research Grant through the ISU undergraduate honors program. This will support Cole’s research into the summer. This builds on the First-Year Honors Mentor Program grant he received in the spring. Congratulations Cole!