3651 Watt Way, VHE-410
Los Angeles, CA, 90089
USA

I received my PhD in Materials Science from the University of Southern California in 2013. My research work is focused on defect reduction and efficient processing routes in fiber reinforced composite parts. I am interested in innovative approaches to making next generation composites lighter, cheaper, and more sustainable.

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About me...

 

I am a lecturer in the Mork Family Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science at the University of Southern California. I received my PhD in Materials Science from USC in 2012. It is my belief that science education at all levels is of critical importance. Teaching and outreach are my passion and priority. My research interests include defect reduction and efficient processing routes in fiber reinforced composite parts. I am dedicated to finding innovative approaches to make next generation composites lighter, cheaper, and more sustainable. Outside of  work I enjoy sailing, traveling, and exploring the great city of LA.