Dr. Emre Karagozler

Emre Karagozler

Dr. Emre Karagozler

Ph.D. 2013

Ph.D Carnegie Mellon Univ.

Research Description

My research has been focused on developing the mechanisms necessary to make sub-millimeter robots a reality. I have been doing this research at Carnegie Mellon University as part of the Claytronics project and in partnership with Intel Research Pittsburgh on the Dynamic Physical Rendering (DPR) project; which is exploring how to make and use programmable matter. Similar to how audio and video technologies capture and reproduce sound and moving images, respectively, we are investigating ways to create a physical artifact using programmable matter that will eventually be able to mimic the original object’s shape, movement, visual appearance, sound, and tactile qualities

Publications with Ricketts Lab


M. E. Korogozler, S. Goldstein and D. S. Ricketts, “Analysis and modeling of capacitive power transfer in microsystems,” Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers, IEEE Transactions on , vol.59, no.7, pp.1557-1566, July 2012


M. E. Karagozler, A. M. Thaker, S. Goldstein and D. S. Ricketts, “Electrostatic-actuation generation and control of micro robots in a post-processed HV SOI CMOS,” Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), 2011 IEEE International Symposium on , vol., no., pp.2509-2512, 15-18 May 2011