Melih Yesilli started his PhD program at MSU in the fall of 2018. He is researching machine learning tools based on topological features of the data.
Audun Myers started his PhD program at MSU in the fall of 2018. He is researching topological forms of information and their application to dynamical systems.
Nehemiah began working his work on a project related to designing a chaotic pendulum with variable interaction potential in the summer of 2018. He is continuing his work with Dr. Khasawneh throughout the end of the fall 2018 semester and he plans to build and test the apparatus that he designed. Nehemiah is currently in his junior year, and this will be his third year on the MSU varsity swimming team. He has been recognized on the dean’s list every year of participation at MSU since 2016, and he is also a leader of Athletes in Action (AIA) on campus, and a contributor to the electrical bike project at MSU. His interests include engineering design and additive manufacturing.
Philipp started working within the Khasawneh group in January 2018 when he took an independent study course with Dr. Khasawneh. He is continuing his work with Dr. Khasawneh throughout the end of the fall 2018 semester by taking a second independent study course. His interests include Autonomous Driving and Controls, machine learning, and space mechanics. Philipp is expected to graduate from MSU in December 2018. He is looking forward to engaging in an R&D career related to the topics he is passionate about.
Dave participated in research within the Khasawneh group between January 2016 and April 2018. He graduated from SUNY Poly in May 2018, and he started his PhD program at Virginia Tech in the fall of 2018.