I am a graduate student in Mechanical Engineering
in Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Currently I am a Research Assistant in Non-Newtonian Fluid Dynamics Research Group
under the guidance of Prof. Gareth McKinley.
Here is my CV.
Liquid breakup is a common phenomena in real life, such as jetting or filament stretching. A novel way to measure material properties using capillary thinning technique is introduced.
Simulation in manufacturing helps understand the mechanisms in tool wear and determine the machining parameters for better performance.
It is always great to directly print functional devices. The synthesis of new material makes it possible to precisely fabricate microscale devices with a magical printer.
Innovative image processing in calculation of contact angles? Let Hough Transform help.
Research Symposium during SURF 2015 (Purdue University, West Lafayette IN, USA)
Visited Horseshoe Bend 2017 (Page AZ, USA)
MIT Mechanical Engineering Research Exhibition 2017 (Cambridge MA, USA)
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