Mr. Alvarez is a mechanical engineer with four years of experience dealing with quality and environmental management systems in the Ecuadorian manufacturing industry, the country he is from. Mr. Alvarez is working on his master's degree in industrial technology at Texas State University, and has joined the team of the Composites and Plastics Lab in January 2013.
Mr. Mokhtari received a B.S. in Biochemistry from Iowa State University in 2012, and is now working with Dr. Fazarro on the nanotechnology safety project. Mr. Mokhtari has research interests in nanotechnology and neuroscience.
Mr. Dinesh Kumar Kannabiran Vasudevan, Graduate Assistant, Ingram School of Engineering, Texas State University.
|Mr. Dinesh Kumar received bachelor degree in Automobile engineering and currently pursuing Master's in Technology Management emphasis on Manufacturing Management. He worked as an Intern (Quality Engineer) at Ashok Lelyland, Ltd. in India. Dinesh is working as Graduate Assistant with Dr.Tate in the Advance Composite Lab since fall 2014. He started working on NSF-NUE project from spring 2015.|
Mr. Espinoza is an undergraduate manufacturing engineering major. He has been working in the Composites and Plastics Lab since fall 2012. He has gained leadership experience through leading MAES- Latinos in Science and Engineering at Texas State involving national leadership symposiums and conferences with chapters across the nation.
Ms. Wilson is a senior undergraduate Philosophy major. She is an active member of Phi Sigma Tau, the International Honor Society in Philosophy, and was elected Public Relations officer in the spring of 2013. She is also a member of Sigma Alpha Lambda, the National Leadership and Honors Organization. Ms. Wilson has also participated in the Annual Student Symposium as an essay commentator. With an academic background in ethics studies and environmental ethics, she is looking forward to working with the engineering department to help broaden the interdisciplinary conception of nanotechnology and its impact on society.
Mr. Davontae Habbit, Undergraduate Assistant, Ingram School of Engineering, Texas State University.
Mr. Habbit is an undergraduate manufacturing engineering major with an emphasis on mechanical systems. He has been working in the advanced composites lab since fall of 2013. In the summer of 2014, he interned with The Boeing Company as a product manager in Seattle, Washington. Davontae is an active member within the Houston-Louis Stokes Alliance of Minority Participation scholar partnership (H-L SAMP).
Mr. Roger Hernandez, Undergraduate Assistant, Ingram School of Engineering, Texas State University.
|Mr. Roger Hernandez is an undergraduate manufacturing engineering major with a minor in applied mathematics. He has been working as a research assistant with Dr. Tate in the Advanced Composites Lab since spring 2015. He has been working on the NSF- NUE project from spring 2015.|
Mr. Daniel Slaughter, Undergraduate Assistant, Ingram School of Engineering, Texas State University.
|Mr. Daniel Slaughter is an undergraduate manufacturing engineering major with an emphasis on mechanical systems. He began as a research assistant with Dr. Tate in the Advanced Composites Lab in the Summer of 2015.|