Eric Chang (he/him)
I'm a phd student in the ROAM Lab at Columbia (advised by Matei Ciocarlie), where I currently work on developing tactile sensors for dexterous manipulation. My work is supported by NASA's NSTGRO fellowship. Before Columbia, I majored in mechanical engineering and computer science at Duke.
email: eric (dot) chang (at) columbia (dot) edu
[11-2023] Our work on in-hand manipulation (led by Gagan Khandate) was in TIME's best inventions of 2023!
[6-2023] Presented a workshop paper at ICRA 2023 ViTac workshop!
[4-2023] Paper accepted to RSS 2023!
[1-2023] Paper accepted to Chemistry of Materials!
[4-2022] Received NASA NSTGRO fellowship
[9-2021] Started MS/PhD program at Columbia
[8-2021] Finished internship at Nauticus Robotics
[5-2021] Graduated from Duke University
Publications and Posters
Phase Stability, Bandgap Tuning and Rashba Splitting in Selenium-Alloyed Bournonite
Eric T. Chang*,
Garrett Mckeown Wessler,
David B. Mitzi
Chemistry of Materials, 2023, 35, 2, 595–608
Development of an Optically Transparent Kidney Model for Laser Lithotripsy Research
W. Neal Simmons,
Michael E. Lipkin,
Glenn M. Preminger,
BJU International, 2023, 132, 1, 36-39
Synthesis and Characterization of Selenium-Alloyed Bournonite CuPbSb(S1-xSex)3: a Prospective Semiconductor for Optoelectronic Applications
Eric T. Chang,
David B. Mitzi
MRS Spring Meeting, 2021
Symposium award (2nd place), Best Poster Award
CTHULHU: The Design and Implementation of Duke Robotics Club's 2019/2020/2021 AUVSI Competition Entry
Duke Robotics Club
RoboSub Competition Technical Design Report, 2019/2020/2021
Placed 4th/1st (2020/2021) in technical design report at competition