September 26 2012 marked the seventh annual ASU co-hosted MEPTECA-SMTA conference. The student poster session supported by BioAccel unveiled many successful ASU students and displayed several topics ranging from custom designed and fabricated prosthetics, biometric-health indicative devices to flex electronic sensors. The presenters showed great success in their work and expressed a strong desire to interface with the industry again.
ASU student poster presenters (from left to right) Kevin Uchimura (MS-SBHSE BME program), Theresa Broniak (MS-SBHSE BME program), Brittney Haselwood (MS-SBHSE BME program), Katherine Ruh (MS-SBHSE BME program), Teagan Adamson (MS-SBHSE BME program), Stephanie Maxwell (BS-SBHSE BME program), Kashyap Barot (MS-SBHSE BME program), Manuj Malhotra (MS-SBHSE BME program), Kimia Seyedmadani (MS-SBHSE BME program). Alfonso Dominiquez (not shown) (PhD- SECE EE program)
Other participants (not shown in the photograph) are Deedee Falls and Lynn Palacios from Bioscience High School and their students, as well as Shawn Hardina and his students from Campo Verde High School who presented posters on their biomed programs with ASU.
See more information at http://meptec.org/meptec2012medica.html.