Erin Fischell, Ph.D.

Assistant Scientist, Applied Ocean Physics and Engineering, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

 

2019 Moore Inventor Fellow

Erin Fischell, Ph.D.
 

Research Description

Erin Fischell’s research on ocean robotics and acoustics has led her to invent a low-cost sensing system for formation and management of swarms of autonomous underwater vehicles, which will lead to improved oceanographic data collection.

 
 

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Education

Ph.D., Mechanical and Ocean Engineering, MIT/WHOI Joint Program

B.S., Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Cornell University

Awards

Earl Ewing Hays Award, MIT-WHOI Joint Program Alumni Award, 2017

Battelle Postdoctoral Associateship, 2015-2017

Acoustical Oceanography/Underwater Acoustics Best Student Paper Award, Acoustical Society of America Fall Meeting, 2014

Acoustical Oceanography Best Student Paper Award, Acoustical Society of America Fall Meeting, 2013

NSF Graduate Research Fellow, 2010-2013

Walter Werring Excellence Studies Prize, Mechanical Engineering, Cornell University, 2010

Team Leader, Cornell University Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (CUAUV), 2008-201

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