|Zack Bauman||Master Student||
Zack Bauman graduated from the University of Miami and is currently a Senior Developmental Chemist at Henkel, pursuing his Master degree in Polymer Science at UCONN.
Research topic : 3D Printing (Stereolithography & UV-assisted direct write)
|Hasan Merza||Pharm.D Student|
Hasan Merza graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a minor in Economics. Currently a Pharm.D candidate interested in working in the pharmaceutical industry.
Research topic : 3D printing
|Shing-Yun Chang||Postdoctoral Fellow|
Anton Paar Fellow 2017
Dr. Shing-Yun Chang received her PhD degree from the Department of Agricultural Chemistry at National Taiwan University (NTU) in 2018. She spent two years with CFL from 2016 to 2018 as a visiting PhD student before returning as a postdoctoral fellow. She is the recipient of an Anton Paar Fellowship in 2017 and a Graduate Student Study Abroad Program Fellowship from the Ministry of Science and Technology in Taiwan.
Research topic: Rheology
|Kavin Kowsari||Postdoctoral Fellow &|
3D Printing Lead
Project Manager, NSF SHAP3D Center, UCONN Site
|Xiaoguang Peng||Postdoctoral Fellow|
Anton Paar Fellow 2019
Dr. Xiaoguang Peng received his PhD degree in Chemical Engineering from Texas Tech University in 2016. After graduation and before joining UCONN, he stayed on as a postdoctoral research associate (2016-2017) in Prof. Greg McKenna’s group at Texas Tech. He has over 10 years of experience in the synthesis and characterization of polymers and colloidal dispersions.
Research topic : Rheology
|Alan Shen||Postdoctoral Fellow|
NASA CT Space Grant Fellow & Anton Paar Fellow 2016
Alan Shen received his PhD in Chemical Engineering from UCONN in 2018. He obtained his double major in Mathematics and Chemical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. He worked as a process engineer for Samsung Austin Semiconductor and Formosa Plastics before coming to UCONN.
Research topic : 3D Printing (Direct write and UV-assisted direct write)
|Lina Baroudi||Research Scientist|
Dr. Baroudi is a visiting Research Scientist and Assistant Professor from Manhattan College. Dr. Baroudi received her PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the City College of New York in 2017 and postdoctoral training at UCONN in 2018. Her research interests are primarily concerned with the development and application of high performance computational methods to study complex multicomponent and multiphase flows at different scales.
Research topic : Numerical Modeling