Feb 10, 2020 | No Comments | By Michelle Pagano
In a recent video interview, HEMI Fellow and Department of Mechanical Engineering assistant professor Sung Hoon Kang answered questions about and explained his latest project: 3D-printed cardiovascular implants that can change shape to keep up with the growth of their recipients. Kang and his colleagues call this process 4D printing, with the fourth dimension being time.
Learn more about the resulting device and its potential to save lives while reducing costs in the video below!
Learn more about Prof. Kang and his research in this article published in the Summer 2019 Johns Hopkins Magazine >>