Reed Mechley, BSETM ’21, recently graduated from Ohio University, but he did not graduate without making his mark on undergraduate research.
After working in Dr. Yuqiu You’s lab, Mechley was able to collaborate on a research project which culminated in his win of the Epsilon Pi Tau Warner Award for Undergraduate Student Research in 2021.
During his senior year, Mechley was invited to join You’s research lab focusing on electrohydraulics. Their project of interest aimed to establish and optimize a remote automatic position control system using equipment from industry partner Parker Hannifin. Together they created a motion system driven by a hydraulic valve that could be controlled remotely from any computer.
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