Civil & Environmental Engineering | Architecture & Engineering
Princeton University '17
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Thesis topic:
Toward a sustainable future: Investigating the nanocrystalline structure and properties of C-(N)-A-S-H gels, under Claire E. White

Interests: Engineering Design, Sustainable Materials, Manufacturing, Robotics, Computer Graphics

Tools: AutoCAD, Rhinoceros, Grasshopper, Karamba, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, 3D-printing, Laser cutting, CNC programming, Microcontroller programming, Model making

Methods: Computational Design, Rapid Prototyping, Finite Element Analysis, Topology Optimization, Stochastic Methods

I am currently a Research Engineer at Terreform ONE, working with Mitchell Joachim and the team on conceptual designs in Architecture, Building Technology and Infrastructure. We are located at the New Lab, a maker space at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

My interests lie at the intersection of engineering & design and its applications in manufacturing and digital fabrication. I am particularly interested in the applications of robotics and optimization in manufacturing processes and ways in which we can make industrial methods more efficient.

I am Greek and I graduated from Princeton in 2017 with a Bachelor's degree in Civil & Environmental Engineering and certificates in Architecture & Engineering. Outside of academia and industry, I love photography and electronic music.