Daniel is a fourth-year B.S./M.S. student in Materials Science & Engineering and Mechanical Engineering & Mechanics, respectively. His research centers on integrating multiscale experiments and simulations to accelerate design and deployment of new engineering materials, such as functional fabric devices. He holds a research appointment at Los Alamos National Laboratory and serves as Editor-in-Chief for the Natural Sciences & Engineering section of Drexel University’s Undergraduate Research Journal.
Rishiraj is a senior year B.S. student in Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics. He has been part of the NASA RASC-AL forum of 2015 and led the team for Drexel to present their ideas pertaining to Earth independent habitats and Mars colonization. He has done research on Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells with the Drexel Smart House and is currently striving to popularize The Drexel Transformers, an organization designed to cultivate sustainable innovation and entrepreneurship among students at Drexel.
Krzysztof is a second year B.S. student in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics. During his first year at Drexel University Krzysztof joined the Theoretical and Applied Mechanics group and completed a Freshman Design Project focusing on damage detection in hard armor composites. In the summer, through Drexel’s STAR Scholars research program, characterized knitted functional fabrics.
Savannah Lee is a third year B.S. student in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Savannah serves as President of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Student Branch at Drexel. This year, she organized the first student-run hackathon at Drexel, Dragonhacks, with over 150 participants. Savannah completed two co-ops as a Hardware Engineer at Woodward McCoach and a Mission Systems Engineer at Lockheed Martin. In her free time, Savannah volunteers on the Mother-Infant Floor at Cooper Hospital. She enjoys camping and spending time with her family.