EKU: 3D Printing, Organic Electro Chemistry and Physics Come Together for Undergraduate Success

Eastern Kentucky University has a diverse group of three researchers whose work contributes to three of the four research pillars. Their collaborative work both as a team and in working with other KY NSF EPSCoR research groups is vital for our goal of advanced manufacturing in Kentucky. This is a tremendous example of NSF funding at work. Through equipment and staff funding, research students are both able to contribute to the larger KY NSF EPSCoR strategic plan but also get experience solving real-world problems involving digital signals, 3D printing, and electrochemistry.

Video by Kevin Puckett, KY NSF EPSCoR Communications Director, with assistance from UK Research Communications.