Alumni from the NEXT Research group
From 2016-2017, Allison held the position of fusion developer in wearable technology and e-textiles. She lead projects ranging from an infant onesie that monitors ECG, shirts that harvest energy from breathing, and socks that can measure biometrics.
From 2016-2017, Jack worked as a research associate and lab manager. His work focused on development and characterization of thermoelectric generators (“TEGs”) designed specifically for integration into garments and on development of on-body, garment-integrated, ultra-low power sensing platforms for monitoring biosignals.
From 2014-2015, Raju held the position of postdoctoral researcher in thermoelectric textiles designs for low temperature waste heat recovery in the NEXT research group.Krishnamraju Ankireddy
From 2014-2015, Ryan held the position of postdoctoral researcher in electronic system design for the NEXT research group and the ASSIST (Advanced Self-Powered Systems of Integrated Sensors and Technologies) Engineering Research Center.Ryan Hodges
From 2015-2016, Halil held the position of postdoctoral researcher in material design for the NEXT research group and TPACC (Textile Protection and Comfort Center).Halil Akyildiz
Amanda received her Ph.D. in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering in 2017.
Hasan received his Ph.D. in Fiber & Polymer Science in 2017.
Nate received his M.S. in Textile Engineering in 2017.