2002 Ph.D., Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Iowa
1999 MS, Civil and Environmental Engineering, The University of Iowa
1995 BS, Biological Systems and Agricultural Engineering, University of Nebraska
Carnegie Mellon researchers have developed a novel device that separates blood cells using sound waves.
Engineers Without Borders group studies vertical farming to tackle food poverty
A group of students from the CMU chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB) has turned to vertical farming as a way to tackle food poverty. By experimenting with LED lights that flicker at different speeds, the group is attempting to find how much light is necessary to grow the biggest plant, using the least amount of energy.
EWB can grow fresh food in your home
CMU Engineers Without Borders students are pioneering a brand-new approach to indoor agriculture—and it all starts with LED lights.