Design and fabrication of accommodating fluidic intraocular lens
Dell is currently an active member of: Women in Technology (WIT) Steering Committee and Mentoring Chair, The American Society of Engineering Education, The Society of Plastics Engineers and The Bio-Environmental Polymer Society (BEPS). Research interests include: Improve Product Realization through the use of computer aided engineering and design for 'X' tools. Gordon, PE is Professor and Program Director for Undergraduate Studies in the Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering Technology department. Prior to joining RIT he was a Senior Project Engineer and Product Manager for Moog Inc. Martin is a Registered Professional Engineer, Board Certified Forensic Engineer and Expert Witness specializing in Traffic Accident Reconstruction, Product Liability and Machinery Accidents.
Research interests include: Characterization of biodegradable plastics and environmental consideration in materials selection for production design. He is a Senior Member and President-Elect of the National Academy of Forensic Engineers.
Additionally, Parthum has developed a new method for temperature sensing in MEMS devices for RF-ID.
His areas of interest include thin films / composite materials and glassy metals and he is also working developing and implementing Multi-Media based tools to enhance the students learning experience.
He has consulted or provided expert testimony in over 100 traffic accident and product liability cases.
He is currently working on research projects in the fields of MEMS and RF-ID.Most recently he has been working on the development of a novel, biodegradable shape memory polymer for use in biomedical applications.Lewis also has several years of experience in the polymer field. Materials Engineer for Delphi Corporation where he was engaged in materials development and materials selection, failure analysis, polymer process development and product development activities for automotive powertrain applications.He has been the recipient of teaching awards in China and was the sole recipient of the 2001 Annual Grant Reward from MSC Software Corporation, San Mateo, CA. Jennifer O’Neil joined the Rochester Institute of Technology faculty in August 2016 as an Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering Technology.Research interests include: Finite element analysis with ALGOR, computer simulation with working model and Matlab/Simulink. She currently studies the spray formation of non-Newtonian liquids to increase the knowledge of flow physics processes and advance the fundamental understanding of fluid dynamics to improve analyses and designs utilizing these substances.
Beth also serves as an ABET program evaluator Research Interests include: Development of laboratory experiments, characterization and uses of novel materials, and program assessment.