Michael is currently a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Computing and Software, previously graduating with a M.Eng, and B.A.Sc. at McMaster. He is a very passionate and driven individual that looks forward to channeling his energy into the betterment of the graduate community. Michael can be reached at email@example.com
Hello! I’m a Ph.D. student in the department of Engineering Physics at McMaster University. I’m committed to community outreach because you really do get out what you put in. I intend to use my experience to make sure your time at Mac is nothing short of terrific! Samuel can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Devon is currently a M.A.Sc. student in Dr. P. Ravi Selvaganapathy’s lab as part of the School if Biomedical Engineering. Her research focuses on the immobilization of 3rd instant Drosophila Melanogaster larvae for the purpose of high-resolution imaging of live neuronal activity. Devon previously completed her H.B.Sc. at McMaster in Biophysiology. She can be contacted at email@example.com
Larissa is currently a Ph.D. student in Dr. Ian Bruce’s lab working on hearing aid processing. After spending many years at McMaster during Undergraduate and Masters studies and enjoying the engineering community, she is happy to help bring that community to engineering graduate students through the EGS. Larissa can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mohammad is currently a Ph.D. student in McMaster Manufacturing Research Institute (MMRI), Department of Mechanical Engineering. His research focuses on the development of novel adaptive PVD tool coating for machining of difficult-to-cut titanium alloys. Mohammad is very passionate about debating and teaching. He wants to share his knowledge and experience to develop the engineering community and society in general. He believes that even the tiniest experience in life teaches you something. He can be reached at email@example.com
Julia is an M.A.Sc candidate in the School of Biomedical Engineering. Her research focuses on establishing bone fracture limits and defining injury tolerances of the human lower leg. Julia is passionate about McMaster engineering graduate students leading a balanced lifestyle, both professionally and socially. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrew is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Computing and Software, McMaster University. Having completed his undergraduate and master’s degree at McMaster, he has grown accustomed to the students, faculty, and various departments. Andrew has seen many different glimpses of the campus through his roles over the years and can bring a balance of opinion to the council. He hopes to share and enhance the experience of graduate students here at McMaster University. Andrew can be contacted at email@example.com
Anthony is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Chemical Engineering. His research is on modelling, dynamic simulation, and optimization of cryogenic air separation unit start-up. Anthony likes to volunteer and is excited to contribute towards the development of a vibrant Engineering Graduate Students’ society. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Connor is currently a M.A.Sc. candidate in the department of Engineering Physics, where he previously dwelt during his undergrad years. His research involves the application of focused ion beam technology to silicon photonics, and his interests include engaging in musical pastimes, reading, and being reachable at email@example.com
Simon is a first year Ph.D. student in the department of Engineering Physics. He has previously studied for his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at McMaster University in Engineering Physics. His research focus is in the field of nuclear reactor safety, particularly in computational reactor physics
Noel is currently a Ph.D. candidate in the department of Computing and Software. During his undergraduate career at McMaster, Noel had volunteered for different University clubs for several years, such as the Computer Science Society (CSS) and the Queer Student Community Centre (QSCC). Noel aims to bring out his experiences in community building from these clubs to enhance the graduate community. Noel can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Martin Villegas obtained his bachelors in electrical and biomedical engineering from McMaster University in 2011. After graduation, he spent a few years working as a technician and a control systems engineer for Rowan Companies Inc. Through his position at Rowan, he was exposed to many different working conditions, obtaining hands on experience in the electrical field, all while having the opportunity to work in the UK, Holland, Norway and the USA. Not forgetting his true passion for medicine, he spent his spare time volunteering at a small clinic in Texas where he learned about medical tests and point of care instrumentation. Currently, Martin is pursuing his master’s degree in biomedical engineering at the Didar lab. His main focus include early detection instrumentation, including lab-on-chip technology, microfluidics and biosensors. His current project involves developing novel coatings on gold sheet biosensors to reduce non-specific adhesion. Outside of his academic life, Martin enjoys traveling, learning about other cultures and languages, training in the Brazilian martial art of capoeira and building electronics.
Hi everyone! My name is Heminesh Patel. I am an international student doing my Master’s in Manufacturing Engineering from SEPT. I always wanted to become part of EGS and want to discover new and exciting way to contribute to events. My involvement in the council gives me the opportunity to strengthen that partnership, and to be part of a dedicated team which organize workshops for helping graduates in a unique way!
Dheeraj completed his undergraduate at NIT Jamshedpur, India in Civil Engineering in 2010. He has a vast and diverse experience in different fields including not only the Construction Industry but also the Banking sector and Teaching Sector. Currently, he is pursuing a Master’s in Engineering and Public Policy to give concrete shape to his career using his diverse experience. He is a representative of the School of Engineering, Practice and Technology (SEPT).