Gregory Freihofer wins 2nd place at the SAMPE CAMX student paper competition
Despite the difficulties presented by COVID-19, we are delighted to present the perseverance of lab members Khanh Vo, Johnathan Hernandez, Nicholas Reed, Remelisa Esteves, and Zachary Stein on successfully graduating from the University of Central Florida. Johnathan and Remelisa graduated with a Masters in Aerospace Engineering, Nicholas and Zachary graduated with a Bachelors in Aerospace Engineering, and Khanh graduated with a Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Materials Science. For the Master’s, Remelisa presented her thesis on Piezospectroscopic Sensing Systems – Multi-Scale and In-Situ Sensing Technology for Structural Integrity, and Johnathan presented his thesis on Experimentation and Simulation of Pulsed Eddy Current Thermography of Subsurface Aircraft Corrosive Defects. Zachary presented his thesis on Degradation From CMAS Infiltration in 7YSZ EB-PVD Thermal Barrier Coatings for his Honors in the Major thesis.