PhD Candidate, 6th year, MechE
PhD Candidate, 5th year, MechE
I acquired my bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering with minor concentration in chemistry at the Inter American University of Puerto Rico. As a graduate student, my research is focused on 4D printing shape-shifting structures and its broad applications.
I received my bachelors in Mechanical Engineering at Florida International University in 2021. My research background has focused on developing new materials and testing methods for aerospace applications. My current research is focused on 3D printing of stretchable electronics using additive manufacturing.
I am currently working on building 3D-printable electric devices using additive manufacturing techniques. My research focuses on designing soft robots and expanding their applications one layer at a time.
I graduated with a bachelors in chemistry from Georgetown University in 2022. My research background is in the optical and magnetic properties of nanomaterials. As a graduate student, my research utilizes properties of self-assembly and inkjet printing to create multilayered films and devices.
I received my BA in astrophysics from Wellesley College and MS in systems engineering from Boston University. My research is focused on using additive manufacturing to create x-ray optics for space applications.
I completed my bachelors in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Nazarbayev University in Kazakhstan. My research background is in multi-layered fused filament fabrication. My graduate research project focuses on developing magnetically responsive materials for 3D printing functional devices.