Scientific Figures

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Graphical abstract of the research goal of testing the hypothesis that predictive modeling can generate insight into the process-structure-property interrelationship underlying MPEA behavior. For the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Lehigh University.

Lithium intercalation device structure in semiconductor stacks for publication in Nature Electronics. For the Georgia Institute of Technology School of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Personal device monitorization of wearable medical sensors. KTH University, Stockholm.

Extreme temperature external gear pump. The first use of all-ceramic components for pumping liquid metal at peak temperatures above 1400°C (2552º F). Hot! Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology. Very honored to have this work appear in Nature, The International Journal of Science. Also featured in the Guiness Book of World Records!

Selections from a series of figures illustrating proposed investigations for improving thermal transport across interfaces in Gallium Nitride electronics. Georgia Institute of Technology.

Figure introducing the primary approaches and procedures to measure transdermally using microneedle sensors.

Electrochemical mechanism of a medical wrist sensor. KTH University, Stockholm.

Microneedles, used in transdermal drug delivery.

Duncan MacGruer, Creative Science Figures & Infographics for Journals & Grant Proposals