Role: Operations Coordinator, 2016-17
Major: Materials Engineering
Year: Class of 2018 (Junior)
- Materials Advantage
- Pi Beta Phi
"Everyone you meet has something valuable to teach you."
This presentation explores architecture through an engineering perspective. The history of structures, fundamental engineering concepts, and a structural analysis of modern buildings are all included. Using these understandings, a look into the future of architecture is possible.
This presentation starts off by describing what a polymer is and then moves into how engineers play a role in unexpected areas. We discuss polymers that occur naturally and some common examples that everyone has heard of. This presentation then move onto polymers that have been synthetically produced to suit consumer needs. We then move on to polymers that play a huge role in keeping service men and women safe and the advanced engineering behind it.