Heng Chi becomes first Tech student to win Melosh Medal in computational mechanics

Heng Chi won the 28th Annual Robert J. Melosh Medal Competition for the Best Student Paper on Finite Element Analysis on April 28, 2017. Photo (from left): Drs. Guglielmo Scovazzi, Matthias Mayr, Heng Chi, John Dolbow

30 Second Thesis: Heng Chi + Better Soft Materials

Heng Chi is the first Georgia Tech student to ever win the prestigious Melosh Medal in computational mechanics. He's developing new frameworks to design better soft materials, like actuators and medical sensors. Learn more about his work in this episode of #30SecondThesis

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Heng Chi leads his team wons the first place in 2018 Siemens FutureMakers Challenge at Georgia Tech

Heng Chi led the team of Yang Jiang, Emily Sanders, and Yuyu Zhang won the first place and $140K from Siemens for machine learning and topology optimization project. News release from CEE Georgia Tech. News release from FOX 5.

Heng Chi wins the 28th Annual Robert J. Melosh Medal

Heng Chi won the 28th Annual Robert J. Melosh Medal Competition for the Best Student Paper on Finite Element Analysis on April 28, 2017. His paper was selected in phase 1 as one of six finalists. In phase 2, the six were invited to a full-day symposium at Duke University to present their work in front of a distinguished panel of judges who selected Heng as the 28th Annual Melosh Medalist. News release from CEE Georgia Tech.