Sarah Small

Sarah Small, Penn State University


Greg Huff, associate professor of electrical engineering (left), and Deanna Sessions, who received her doctorate from Penn State in 2021, co-led a research team to create a first-of-its-kind methodology for diagnosing 3D printing errors with machine learning in real time. Photo taken before the pandemic.
Additive Manufacturing March 11, 2022

Framework established to diagnose 3D-printing errors

The impact of errors can now be identified in real time, which means correcting the errors during the 3D-printing process is that much closer.

By Sarah Small
Mechanical & Electrical October 29, 2020

Tailoring 2D materials to improve electronic and optical devices

Altering thin 2D materials atomically and physically for applications in many optical and electronic devices allows them to enhance light emission and increase signal strength.

By Sarah Small
AI & Machine Learning October 28, 2020

Quantum computing used to discover possible COVID-19 treatments

Quantum machine learning could help researchers discover faster and more economical ways of treating COVID-19 than the current methods used for drug discovery.

By Sarah Small
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