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Flexible Macroelectronics (a video for middle/high school students)

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This is a winning entry in the Sci/Terp Video Competition at University of Maryland (UMD).

 

Inaugurated in 2007, the annual Sci/Terp Video Competition is for undergraduates to make a 4-minute video that explains their science, engineering, or technology research to middle/high school aged students, shows what they're doing, and why it's exciting, interesting or just pretty cool. The judges include professionals, a class of 9th grade students and their teacher.  This video finally won the 2nd place prize in the competition. The winning videos have been shown to public during 2007 Maryland Day .

Two UMD undergratuates, Edward Dechaumphai and Jonathan Chung, worked with me on this project. Worth to mention is that both are college freshmen, but stood out from many of their senior competitors. Congrats, Ed and Jon!

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