Ben Jackson is a senior at UVM majoring in Mechanical Engineering. Currently he is working on research with Dr. Duffaut on a low gravity zero atmosphere attitude control drone like vehicle. He has also worked as an intern at SailGP and has performed research in Dean Schadler's nanoparticle lab studying the mechanical properties of polymers dispersed with nanoparticles. Some of Ben's hobbies include soccer, saxophone, and snowboarding. He looks forward to helping bring projects to life throughout the semester.
Noah Logan is a junior undergraduate Electrical Engineering major at UVM. Noah is also a part of ZUVM Club Fencing. In his free time he enjoys playing video games, skiing, and Magic the Gathering.
My name is Lauren Fennelly. I was born in Boston, Massachusetts in July of 2001. I am currently working to get my B.S in Electrical Engineering. In IEEE, I am the Safety and Event Coordinator officer for the UVM student chapter of IEEE. My main areas of interest thus far in my studies are analog circuit design and digital signal processing. Outside of school I love to ski at Sugarbush. I also enjoy listening and talking about music, right now some of my favorite artist are Ghost, MGMT and The Weeknd.
Oscar Dring is a senior Under-graduate at UVM studying Electrical Engineering. In his free time Oscar loves sailing, playing the drums, and cooking. He is really excited to develop the IEEE club and create a strong community.
Emily Ninestein is a sophomore at UVM pursuing a major in Electrical Engineering and a minor in Food Systems. She is passionate about renewable energy and the environment, and in her free time she enjoys cooking, reading, swimming, and arts and crafts. On campus, Emily is also a member of UVM Club Swimming, a computer science teaching assistant, and occasionally attends Improv Club.
Cam is a senior undergraduate student at the University of Vermont, majoring in Data Science and pursuing minors in Molecular Genetics & Statistics. In addition to IEEE, Cam is involved in leadership within the Club Futsal team, as well as some statistical genetics research projects with a professor on campus. In his free time, he enjoys fishing, cooking, and going on long walks on the beach.
Dr. Duffaut Espinosa is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Vermont. His research interests lie in the intersection of estimation theory, signal processing, control theory
and learning technologies with emphasis in approaches that are non-parametric and model-free for applications in power systems, monitoring of environmental systems, quantum control and general modelling of nonlinear systems. Prior
to joining the University of Vermont as an assistant professor, he was research assistant professor at the university of Vermont (2016-2019) and was faculty in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of George Mason University
(2014-2016). He also held a postdoctoral position at Johns Hopkins University (2010-2011) and a research associate position at the University of New South Wales in Canberra, Australia (2011-2013). He received his Ph.D. degree in electrical
and computer engineering from Old Dominion University in 2009, the M.S. degree in mathematics from Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú in 2005 and the B.S. degree in physics from the Universidad Nacional de Ingenería in Perú in