I am in the fifth year of my post-bachelors PhD program in mechanical engineering. I love to use basic science to build engineering solutions. Furthermore, I enjoy interdisciplinary research as it is fun to learn from others and work with them to overcome challenges.
Because of these aspirations, microfluidics as a very interdisciplinary field has served me very well. My research in microfluidics focuses on designing simple and cost-effective replica molding methods for making microfluidic…Read more
For his steadfast dedication to the mission of the Space Superiority Systems Directorate, Mechanical Engineering alum, Mark Eddings B.S.’04, received the Meritorious Civil Service Award, from t[...]