Bioengineering graduate faculty Taher Saif and bioengineering Ph.D. candidate Jiaojiao Wang (Bashir Lab) will be presenting at this seminar.
Multi-cellular engineered living systems (M-CELS) are purpose-driven living systems with multiple interacting living components. They are engineered for specific goals or functions but take emergence into account during the design process, allowing the final system to emerge through natural and non-natural biological processes.
M-CELS research is intended to provide a fundamental engineering understanding that enables a quantitative approach bridging between single cells and organs or organisms.
Thank you for joining us for this MCELS Seminar discussing bio-machines. This MCELS Seminar is a joint student lead seminar series by UIUC, GT, and MIT.
3:00 - 3:30 pm CT
Professor Taher Saif will present on "Biohybrid machines - Opportunities and Challenges"
3:30 - 4:00 pm CT
Jiaojiao Wang will present on "Fabrication and Control Considerations for Next-Generational Biobots"