Who we are

Prof. Justin W. Wilkerson
Thao Nguyen
Thao is from Hanoi, Vietnam, where she obtained a B.S. in Mechanics. She went on to obtain an M.S. in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from Seoul National University as well as an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Johns Hopkins University. Mrs. Nguyen has received a number of honors and awards, including the Gold Medal at the 17th Vietnam National Mechanics Olympiad.

Dissertation topic: Multiscale modeling of dynamic ductile failure.

Email: nguyenthitamthao@gmail.com
Kendall Golder
Kendall joined the neplab in 2018, where he is pursuing a PhD in Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M. He obtained his B.S. with highest honors from The University of Kansas in 2018.

Dissertation topic: Multiscale modeling of ductile fragmentation.

Email: kendall.golder@tamu.edu
Babak Ravaji
Babak joined the neplab in Spring 2016 to pursue his PhD in Mechanical Engineering. He obtained an MS in Biomedical Engineering in 2006. Babak has obtained a number of awards including the Best Paper Award at the 2013 SPE Sub-Regional Student.

Dissertation topic: Multiscale thermomechanics of heterogeneous materials

Email: ravaji@gmail.com
Angela Olinger
Angela joined the neplab in 2018, where she is pursuing an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M. She obtained her B.S. with highest honors in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M University.

M.S. Thesis: Microstructural design of lightweight Mg alloys for spacecraft shielding

Email: angelaolinger@tamu.edu
Eli Iglesias
Eli is from Houston, TX. He obtained a B.S. in Engineering Science from Trinity University and an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from UTSA. Eli worked for 1.5 years at the Army Research Laboratory. Eli has received a number of awards, including the AIAA Abe M. Zarem Award for Distinguished Achievement in Aeronautics.

Dissertation topic: Multiscale experimental studies on energetic materials.

M.S. Thesis topic: Sensitivity Analysis of Turbine Engines

Email: eli.iglesias.utsa@gmail.com
Yuan Ji
Yuan joined the neplab in 2018, where he is pursuing a PhD in Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M. He obtained a B.S. from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

Dissertation topic: High-strain rate behavior of soft matter.

Email: yuan.ji@tamu.edu
Collaborators
The NEPlab actively collaborates with research institutions across the globe, including Los Alamos National Laboratory, Army Research Laboratory, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University, Texas A&M University, the Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute (HEMI), The Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory & UNS-CNRS-Observatoire de la Cote d'Azur in the south of France.
Prospective graduate students
We are currently seeking highly motivated individuals interested in pursuing graduate studies at the Master's and Ph.D. level. Connect with us to learn more about funding opportunities for graduate students in the NEPlab.
Prospective undergraduate scholars
We are continuously seeking enthusiastic and motivated undergraduates interested in conducting research in the NEPlab. Connect with us to learn more about research opportunities for undergraduates.
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T: 979.862.6068

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