WHO I AM
Hi! I'm Cameron. I'm a west coast native with a passion for good design, impactful engineering, and a nice cup of black coffee. These passions have led me from Oregon to the great state of New Hampshire, where I'm working on my PhD in mechanical engineering at Dartmouth. My research is focused on observing changes happening to the Arctic sea ice cover, and creating tools that allow scientists to measure these changes.
Over the years my work has varied considerably, from strongly theoretical to impeccably practical. As a part of the EFMRL at Oregon State, I applied the theories of fluid mechanics to optimize a new type of renewable energy device for use in areas where damming is either cost prohibitive or unfeasible. Through my senior project with OSU AIAA, I learned the intricacies of aircraft design while applying specialized 3D printing techniques to create parts virtually impossible to create any other way. My internship at Leatherman took me through the design, testing, and validation process as performed by professionals, and sparked my interest in product + industrial design. Lam Research showed me what it's like to work on the absolute cutting edge of science, designing equipment used to produce the next generation of computer chips that power the devices that power our lives.
In everything I do, I pride myself on my attention to detail and knowledge in many different fields — both of which help me to solve problems effectively and simply. I love engineering, and my passion is to use it to better the world.