Darin George’s career spans 25 years of work in measuring and understanding gas and multiphase flows. One of his favorite interests is the variety of energy supplies that power the world, and he has often applied his flow measurement expertise to support the chemical and energy industries.
Dany J. Munoz-Pinto received his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Texas A&M University, College Station in 2011. After completing his graduate studies in the field of Tissue Engineering (TE), Munoz-Pinto was appointed as a postdoctoral research associate in the Biomedical Engineering department at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York.
Joshua Schwartz hails originally from Montreal, Canada and is a new face around the Engineering Science department. He teaches the basics of circuit theory and electronics as well as their corresponding lab components.
I have been at Trinity University since the fall of 2005. Prior to my arrival at Trinity, I taught at two undergraduate-oriented engineering programs: the University of South Carolina Aiken, and the University of Kentucky/Extended Programs at Paducah. I also taught in the mathematics department at Austin Community College while pursuing my Ph.D.
Kevin Nickels works on robotics, both planetary and space-related. He has developed several Trinity-based robotic platforms for his work on computer vision. He has worked extensively with NASA (both Johnson Space Center in Houston and Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif.) on the visual control of robot manipulators.