DavidChristensen

David is working on micro-robotic manufacturing in BDML, and on resonant sensors with Thomas Kenny.

David's Linked-In page: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/david-christensen/21/634/53b

Research Interests

  • Robotics (micro and regular)
  • Sensors
  • Actuators
  • Mechatronics
  • Haptics
  • Manufacturing
  • Applying gecko-inspired adhesives to the real world--including human climbing and dynamic use
  • Mechanism design
  • Solid State actuators

Classwork

  • Accel Innovation Scholar STVP entrepreneurial program.
  • ME218 A,B,C Mechatronics
  • ME 203 TA in the Product Realization Laboratory with Prof. David Beach
  • MEMS, Sensors and Smart Materials
  • Biomechanics

Quick links

Awards

  • Best Paper Finalist, MEMS 2016
  • Best Paper, IROS 2015
  • Best Student Paper, ICRA 2015
  • Best Journal Paper, ASME Bioinspired Systems and Materials 2015
  • Invited Exhibitor, TED 2015
  • Accel Innovation Scholar, STVP 2014
  • Best Student Paper Finalist, ICRA 2014

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David L. Christensen
PhD Candidate Mechanical Engineering
Biomimetics and Dexterous Manipulation Lab
davidc10@stanford.edu
418 Panama Mall
MERL Bldg 02-660, Rm 132
Stanford, CA 94305

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