Zachary Carpenter

Zachary Carpenter

Zachary Carpenter received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in electrical engineering from The University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma, in 2005 and 2008 respectively.  His graduate research focused on electro-mechanical control and automation.  He has also studied robotics and been actively involved with the FIRST robotics competition since 2002 as a mentor for two local high school teams (Jenks and BTW) and a volunteer.  Zach worked as a teaching assistant during graduate school for robotics and microprocessor classes and is a co-author for: "Small Autonomous Mobile Robots for Teaching Introductory Programming to Engineering Students" a technical paper for ASEE.  He hopes to stay in Tulsa for the remainder of his education and career.

Zach's current research at OSU includes MEMS IR sensors and the use of novel materials in MEMS.  IR sensors are seeing more popularity as the price comes down and the technology gets better.  He hopes to improve aspects such as cost-to-manufacture, sensitivity, and size via use of new sensor design and materials not used in IR sensors previously.


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