I'm a PhD student at the Georgia Institute of Technology studying civil engineering. My research interests include topology optimization and additive manufacturing. I am working to develop exciting new applications to benefit industries around the globe, from construction to aerospace.
Outside of academics, I also enjoy
I joined Dr. Glaucio Paulino's research group in August 2016. My research interests include topology optimization and additive manufacturing (3D Printing).
I desgined and performed calorimetry tests to quantify the formation of calcium oxychloride in cementious materials in the presence of deicing salts and carbon dioxide.
This course was designed to expose first-year engineering students to design challenges and basic engineering concepts. As part of the instructional team, I graded homework and exams, provided feedback on progress, and assisted in class instruction.
Prof. Jason Weiss' personal website was built from scratch and designed to emulate the existing style of the Oregon State University main site. The website is built from HTML and CSS with some PHP in order to integrate the search feature within OSU's existing functionality.
Egg Cave is a kid-friendly, virtual pet site with over 100,000 players. I designed and created site-wide features and community events within the existing site framework. I also developed efficient MySQL database organization to reduce site lag and store sensitive user data.
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4132 Jesse W. Mason Building
790 Atlantic Drive NW
Atlanta, GA, 30318