The Syracuse University Industrial Assessment Center and Clarkson satellite center are proud to add five high achieving students to our history of alumni:
John Battistelli graduated from SU with a B.S in mechanical engineering and a minor in architecture. He is currently remaining with the IAC for the summer until he moves to Boulder in the fall to attend the University of Colorado. John will be pursuing a Master of Science in architectural engineering. He is interested in the design of building systems for low-energy, net-zero, and off-grid homes and ultimately hopes to work in the engineering department of a residential architecture firm.
Michael Garrett graduated from SU with a B.S in mechanical engineering and will be remaining at SU while pursuing a master’s and a doctorate degree. For over a year Michael has been assisting SU Associate Professor, Dr. Jeongmin Ahn, with research on solid oxide fuel cells. This is a project Michael will continue to participate in while at SU.
Riley Gourde graduated from SU, Magna Cum Laude, with a B.S in mechanical engineering. Riley was also awarded the Bernard Wood Achievement Award in Mechanical Engineering for “significant creative achievement while maintaining a high level of academic performance.” He is currently assisting with Dr. Ezzat Khalifa’s research and has decided to attend graduate school here at SU’s College of Engineering and Computer Science in pursuit of a Master of Science in energy systems.
Haim Matharu graduated from Clarkson University with a B.S in mechanical engineering. He has chosen to remain in the field of energy, and is pursuing a career in designing wind turbines for renewable energy.
Hannah VanEchaute graduated from Clarkson University with a B.S in mechanical engineering and a minor in sustainable energy systems. In the fall she will be attending the University of Colorado, studying for a Master of Science in architectural engineering with a concentration in renewable energy systems in buildings.
We would like to thank each of our 2016 alumni for their contributions to the IAC. We would also like to congratulate them on all of their hard work; we have great confidence in all of their future successes, both academically and professionally.