Sensors, Energy, and Automation Laboratory

Mission Statement:

To create new sensor and automation technology applications in such fields as non-destructive testing, power engineering, and manufacturing control using latest advances in signal processing, robotics, and communications. SEAL projects are focused on design of sensor and sensor arrays using electric, magnetic, acoustic, and thermal fields. We use enabling MEMS technology to achieve enhanced performance of sensing systems. There are currently several openings on the SEAL research team for both undergraduate and graduate students.


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The SEAL CAM is primarily used to conduct video conferences with our overseas and domestic collaborators. The default view of the SEAL CAM is that of a Museum style perpetual motion machine, which is one of the many intresting applications of fringing electro-magnetic fields.