SCS News 2023

March 2023

Portrait of Alan Guisewite.

Obituary: Alan Guisewite Was a Robotics Institute Factotum

By Matt Wein - Monday, March 27, 2023
Portrait of Amira Johnson.

Amira Johnson Will Do What She Came Here To Do

By Susie Cribbs - Thursday, March 23, 2023
Collaged headshots of Andrej Risteski, Wenting Zheng, Jun-Yan Zhu, Matthew O'Toole, Sauvik Das, Zhihao Jia, Dimitrios Skarlatos and Hirokazu Shirado.

SCS Faculty Receive More Than $4.5M in NSF CAREER Awards

By Kayla Papakie - Tuesday, March 21, 2023
Portrait of So Yeon (Tiffany) Min.

So Yeon Min Named 2023 Apple Scholar

By Adam Kohlhaas - Thursday, March 16, 2023
Small robots with four curved legs and arched torsos travel from sand to water, where the robot changes its shape and the legs flip to become propellers.

Researchers Develop Soft Robot That Shifts From Land to Sea With Ease

Highly Dynamic Bistable Soft Actuators Allow for Varied Locomotion

By Aaron Aupperlee - Tuesday, March 14, 2023
Collaged headshots of Shantanu Gupta, Ian Waudby-Smith, Emre Yolcu and Minji Yoon.

SCS Students Selected for Amazon Graduate Research Fellows Program

By Aaron Aupperlee - Thursday, March 9, 2023
The cover of the current issue of The Link magazine shows the moon in the center with stars and black sky around it and the words Carnegie Mellon University: A Legacy in Space.

SCS in Space: Special Edition of The LINK Now Online

By Kayla Papakie - Wednesday, March 8, 2023
A woman in glasses and clean room garb sits at a desk covered in computing equipment and points at something in the foreground. Another woman, wearing dress clothes and a hair net, bends down to look at what the other woman is pointing at.

CISA Director Visits SCS as Part of CMU Visit

By Cassia Crogan - Friday, March 3, 2023
A young woman in a gray jacket with a Carnegie Mellon University patch on the shoulder works at a computer in the foreground while a young man in a matching jacket looks on.

Iris Rover Team Prepares for May Launch

By Aaron Aupperlee - Wednesday, March 1, 2023