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Prof. Eberhard Bamberg, Ph.D.

50 S. Central Campus Drive, 2124 MEB

Salt Lake City, UT 84112

Phone: (801) 585-0722

Email: e.bamberg@utah.edu

 

Current Students

Dinesh Rakwal, Ph.D. candidate (graduation expected 12/2008). Thesis title: Slicing of germanium wafers using wire electrical discharge machining.

Sumet Heamawatanachai, Ph.D. candidate (graduation expected 05/2009). Thesis title: Novel micro-milling technology based on single-point diamond tool tip geometries.

Xin Liu, Ph.D. candidate (graduation expected 12/2009). Thesis title: Optical system to detect volume in medical specimen.

Charles Tschaggeny, Ph.D. candidate. Thesis title: Multi-wire electrical discharge machining for efficient slicing of semiconductor wafers.

Jia Qin, Ph.D. candidate. Thesis title: Optical system to detect interferences in medical specimen.

Sangju Lee, Ph.D. candidate (graduation expected 12/2009). Thesis title (proposed): Non-traditional machining of Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAS) for large scale freeform fabrication of building components.

David Dunlop, B.S./M.S. candidate (graduation expected 05/2010). Thesis title: Wire-electrochemical machining of semiconductor materials.

Matt Howe, M.S. candidate (graduation expected 12/2008). Thesis title: Diamond-grinding of tungsten micro-electrodes using in-situ measurements through machine vision.

Samiullah Mohammed, M.S. candidate (graduation expected 12/2008). Thesis title: Development of a structural foam wall system for freeform fabrication of residential housing structures.

Raghu Ram Ravuri, M.E. candidate (graduation expected 05/2009). Project title: Force and displacement model of piezo tube scanner using finite element methods.

 

Past Students

Charles Tschaggeny, M.S. University of Utah, January 2008. Thesis title: Piezoelectric direct drive three axis high precision gimbal (HIERAX).

 

Brendan Corbin, M.S. University of Utah, May 2007. Thesis title: Design of optical scanning system to detect volume and interferences in blood specimen in test tubes.

Nishchal Sule, M.E. University of Utah, May 2007. Project title: Optimization of micro-hole drilling through micro-EDM.

Andreas Hellstrand, M.S. University of Utah, May 2006. Thesis title: Development of a high-capacity dual feed drum magazine for 0.499 caliber ammunition for M-4 and M-16 rifles.

Benjamin Mann, M.S. University of Utah, December 2005. Thesis title: Design optimization of a single handed bicycle gearshifter.

Clief Castleton, M.S. University of Utah, November 2005. Thesis title: Design of the high-capacity, high caliber LW-15 stick magazine.

Sumet Heamawatanachai, M.S. University of Utah, November 2005. Thesis title: Flexural micro-EDM head for increased productivity of micro-holes.

Nathaniel Young, M.S. University of Utah, November 2005. Thesis title: Design of a universal belay device.

Ken Warfield, M.E. University of Utah, November 2005.

Michelle Whiteside, M.S. University of Utah, May 2005. Thesis title: Design of a frame mounted gearbox for bicycles.

Yuchiang Lin, M.E. University of Utah, May 2005. Project title: Spherical air bearing design.

Shreyas Hoskere, M.S. University of Utah, April 2005. Thesis title: Conceptual machine design simplification modeler for rapid machine design.

Dinesh Rakwal, M.S. University of Utah, January 2005. Thesis title: Design guidelines for spherical aerostatic bearings.

Xiaofan Xie, M.S. University of Utah, December 2004. Thesis title: Design and testing of an adaptive fixturing device for surface grinding.

Charan Sarjapur, M.S. University of Utah, August 2004. Thesis title: Principles of precision machine design applied to the design of a desktop milling machine.

Christian Grippo, S.M. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, January 2003. Thesis title: Design and manufacture of a tensile test machine for in-situ atomic force microscope mechanical testing. Co-supervised with Prof. Mary Boyce (MIT).


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