M.S. Thesis and Defense – Conley, A: The Design of a Wireless System for Closed-Loop Control and High-Resolution Data Acquisition of the Friction Stir Welding Process

May 2nd, 2018:  Andrew Conley, an M.S. student in the UW Robotics Engineering, Applied Controls, and Haptics Lab (REACH Lab) has successfully completed his M.S. Thesis Defense.  Andrew’s research focused on the development of a high data-rate, low latency wireless temperature measurement system to facilitate the control and experimental investigation of Friction Stir Welding.  Please join us in congratulating Andrew on his achievement.