Dr. Paris R von Lockette, 150B Hammond, University Park, PA 16802 | 814 865-2761 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The goal of the MACS lab is to develop and analyze new materials and devices for remotely magnetically-powered in situ applications.
The MACS Lab at Penn State University Park exists to develop, analyze, and employ new materials and devices that utilize magnetic fields for remotely powered in situ actuation, locomotion, sensing and control.
159-160 Hammond Building
University Park, PA 16802