B.S. in Electrical Engineering (2020) – Texas A&M University
Minor in Mathematics
Jessica Jeneve Zamarripa is a graduate student in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University. She graduated as an NAE Grand Challenge Scholar with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and a minor in Mathematics from Texas A&M University in May 2020. Her contributions to the M²AESTRO lab focuses on the development of an algorithm to represent network topology frameworks using Spatial Interpretation for the Development of Reconfigurable Structures (SPIDRS) into an electrical circuit. The project objective is:
- Design a tool to navigate RLC circuit optimization for electro-mechanical systems.
- Apply a topology optimization approach towards the determination of optimized circuit networks.
- Fabricate and test a liquid metal based flexible circuit informed by this design approach.
Applications impacted by this work include: Flexible electronic for wearable device, Man-machine interfacing, RF Shielding, Antennas and Electric Mechanical Sensors
During undergrad, her research focus was on the use of a shape-memory actuator utilized to improve the actuation frequency using liquid metal.