Utilizing Tensegrities to Explore Energy & Energy Transformation

BEST Labber Deniz Dogruer was highlighted in the UC Berkeley Grad Division newsletter on her work in developing, testing, and refining curriculum associated with the tensegrity robotics research. Her curricula was applied and evaluated at the Lawrence Hall of Science as well as a two-day STEM workshop as part of the Pinoleville Pomo Nation Summer Academy in Ukiah, California.

An engineer by education and an educator at heart, Deniz Dogruer is merging her two passions as a PhD student at UC Berkeley studying Engineering Education. In addition to her doctoral studies, she also works for a start-up, Squishy Robotics, which she co-founded.