Frontiers of Engineering Alumni Spotlight

The Frontiers of Engineering program brings together through 2-1/2 day meetings a select group of emerging engineering leaders from industry, academe, and government labs to discuss pioneering technical work and leading edge research in various engineering fields and industry sectors. The goal of the meetings is to introduce these outstanding early career engineers to each other, and through this interaction facilitate collaboration in engineering, the transfer of new techniques and approaches across fields, and establishment of contacts among the next generation of engineering leaders.

Meet our FOE Alumni Spotlight members!

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    • John Zhai
      Z. John Zhai
      Professor of Civil, Environmental, & Architectural Engineering
      University of Colorado Boulder
    • Pablo Zavattieri
      Pablo Zavattieri
      Associate Professor, Lyles School of Civil Engineering
      Purdue University
    • Homan Yuen
      Homan Yuen
      Vice President and Co-Founder
      Solar Junction Corporation
    • Ulrike Wegst
      Ulrike Wegst
      Associate Professor, Thayer School of Engineering
      Dartmouth College
    • Elizabeth Wayman
      Elizabeth Wayman
      Director, Clean Energy Manufacturing Initiative
      U.S. Department of Energy
    • Laura Waller
      Laura Waller
      Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
      University of California, Berkeley
    • Mitchell Walker
      Mitchell Walker
      Associate Professor, Aerospace Engineering
      Geogia Institute of Technology
    • Brandon Vogel
      Brandon Vogel
      Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering
      Bucknell University
    • Megan Valentine
      Megan Valentine
      Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering
      University of California, Santa Barbara
    • Desiree Tullos
      Desiree Tullos
      Associate Professor, Water Resources Engineering
      Oregon State University
    • Iris Tien
      Iris Tien
      Assistant Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering
      Georgia Institute of Technology