Smart Materials and Structures Best Paper at the ASME Conference on Smart Materials, Adaptive Structures and Intelligent Systems (SMASIS)
This award is given at the annual ASME Conference on Smart Materials, Adaptive Structures and Intelligent Systems (SMASIS).
Zhongjie Li, Lei Zuo, Jian Kuang and George Luhrs of State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA for their paper ‘Energy-harvesting shock absorber with a mechanical motion rectifier’.
Ganesh Raghunath from the University of Maryland for his paper ‘Non-Contact Torque Measurement using Magnetostrictive Galfenol’
Shihong Zhao and Alper Erturk for their paper ‘Electroelastic modeling and experimental validation of piezoeletric energy harvesting from broadband random vibrations’.
Jared Hobeck and Daniel J Inman for their paper ‘Energy Harvesting from Turbulence-Induced Vibration in Air Flow Artificial Piezoelectric Grass Concept’
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Hongbo Wang for his paper ‘A Phase Field Model of Photo-induced Trans-Cis-Trans Bending of Liquid Crystal Elastomer Films’
Rules and criteria
- The submitted papers and finalist paper presentations will each need to explicitly demonstrate a connection to smart materials, adaptive structures and integrated systems, and advance the state of the art.
- Finalists will be judged solely on the paper, and will include criteria such as: Relevance to smart materials, adaptive structures and integrated systems; Significance and impact of work; Creativity and innovation; Completeness and quality of work presented.
- The winner will be presented with a certificate and a monetary prize.