Mazharul Islam Lincon
Mazharul completed his MSc degree in Mechanical Design and System Engineering from Andong National University, South Korea in 2021 and his BSc degree in Mechanical Engineering from Khulna University of Engineering & Technology (KUET), Bangladesh in 2014. He worked 4 years as a Mechanical Design Engineer in a home appliances manufacturing company in Bangladesh. During his years of undergraduate and graduate study, he researched on characterization of interfacial behavior of adhesively bonded materials and composite materials. Mazharul joined the group of Dr. Chalivendra at UMass Dartmouth and started his research work from June 2021 as a PhD student. His research mainly focuses on damage monitoring of composite materials under dynamic loading conditions. Mazharul has expertise to work with UTM, FESEM, AFM machines, FDM, and SLA-type 3D printers. He has also expertise in 3D modeling (SolidWorks) and finite element analysis (Ansys).
I am an undergraduate student studying Mechanical Engineering and researching Material Mechanics. I was trained in manufacturing and experimenting with both innovative composites and 3D printed structures. My hobbies include flying RC plane/drone and I am a sports enthusiast.
Anthony holds an Associate in Science-Engineering Technology and Advanced Manufacturing degree. He is currently attending University of Massachusetts Dartmouth as a full-time student in pursuit of a bachelor’s in mechanical engineering. After serving four years in the military, Anthony spent over six years working as an electro-mechanical technician for several companies including SencorpWhite and Harvard Bioscience. Prior to starting school, he worked as a laborer in a construction company for three years. Anthony has always had a desire for engineering related activities but having noticed his inquisitive personality and an aptness for problem solving, made mechanical engineering a focal point he needed to pursue.
Hi, my name is Joshua Letizia and I am an undergraduate mechanical engineering student here at the university. My research is currently specializing in fabricating various kinds of fiber-based energy absorbing materials and subsequently characterizing their force loss and deceleration under impact loads testing. Outside of that I am involved in on-campus clubs such as ASME and Solidworks Club. Other interests that I have are reading, playing video games, and gardening.
My name is Austin Sa and I am a mechanical engineer undergraduate senior at UMASS Dartmouth. I was born and raised in Dartmouth and have always had a strong interest in math and science. My research involves fracture mechanics of adhesively bonded 3D printed bi-materials. I am a sports enthusiast and enjoy both playing and watching practically any sport. Some of my hobbies include skiing and watersports.
Logan C. Cabral-Pelletier is a senior studying physics with a concentration in astrophysics at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. His previous research was at UMass Dartmouth in computational astrophysics on a project titled Binary Population Synthesis. This project aimed understand what initial conditions can lead to carbon-oxygen and oxygen-neon white dwarf mergers that end in a Type Ia supernova event. His other research experience was at Cornell University’s Department of Astrophysics and Planetary Science on a project titled Constraining Hazards For Future Lander Missions To Europa: Perspectives From The Earth, where he explored how hazards scale on icy areas of the Earth that share physical processes with surface terrain on Europa. This was done by using satellite remote sensing data of images at different resolutions of analogs in Greenland and Antarctica that contain Europa-like features in an attempt to simulate images taken by the Europa Clipper 2024 mission. Logan is currently in the physics 4+1 program at UMass where he will do his master’s thesis project on Optimizing Additively Manufactured Composite Materials For Electromagnetic Shielding under the advisement of Professor Vijaya Chalivendra. His research interests include astrobiology, planetary science, astrophysics, and mechanical engineering. Logan’s hobbies include rock climbing and long-distance running.
Hello, my name is Chris and currently a mechanical engineering undergraduate student at UMASS Dartmouth. I was born in Ecuador and have always enjoyed the application of mathematics. I am currently researching triboelectric generators with experimental flocked surface fabrics. I enjoy playing and watching soccer, going on hikes, cycling, and occasionally reading fictional novels.
(a) Doctoral Students: Jin-Ya Liu (2017); Sen Yang (2019); Md. Fazlay Rabbi (2021).
(b) Masters Students (22 students): John Crowley (2008); Alyre Maclure (2009); Sandeep Abotula (2009); Nandula Wanasekera (2010); Steven Bender (2010, BS-MS); Sashank Padamati (December 2010); Venkat Vadlamani (2011); Leming Sun (2011); Shane Cardoso (2012, BS-MS); Michael Pinto (2013, BS-MS); Samuel Benoit (2015); Matthew Bach (2015); Kirill Shkolnik (2015); Sen Yang (2016); Md. Rabbi Fazlay (2017); Karoly Fodor (2017, BS-MS); Nicholas Bach (Pending thesis defense, BS-MS); Jared Correia (Pending thesis defense); Jacob O’Donnelle (2020, BS-MS), Austin Taylor (2021), Nilufar Yesmin (2021, MS in Physics), Christopher Meninno (2021, BS-MS).
(c) Undergraduate Research Assistants (38 students): Sondy Jean; Peter Balkus; Zainab Odufuye; Amy Lopes; Shane Cardoso; Andrew Fredrickson; Nicholas Jones; Ryan Pivonka*; Corey Mooney*; Miguel Tejada (BCC); Diarny Fernandes; Jason Vaccoro; Christian Kyambe (BCC); Clovis Alves*; Elson Depina (BCC)*; Kevin Zeppenfeld; Shouryadipta Ghosh*; Benjiman Thayer; Mike Foshey*; Karoly Fodor*; Nicholas Bach*; Essien Benjamin*; Joshua Horton; Mercy A Hope-Sowah; Sadeq Taha; Joshua Stuckey*; Jared J Correia; Kelly Merlo*; Jacob O’Donnelle*; Riley Sherman*; Christopher Meninno*; Josi Zulu; Samuel Almeida; Isaac Saron; Austin Taylor; Morgan Baker (BCC); Taylor C Lyford; Matthew Pires*.
*Co-author of peer-reviewed journal article.