The Goldenstein Group is frequently looking to hire graduate and undergraduate research assistants. Candidates with a strong academic background and a passion for multi-disciplinary experimental research revolving around spectroscopy, optics, and gas dynamics (e.g., combustion, chemical kinetics, fluid mechanics and heat transfer) are encouraged to contact Professor Goldenstein about current research opportunities.

Current Graduate Students

Garrett Mathews

2017 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Recipient

Degrees: Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Gonzaga University, May 2016

Research: Laser-absorption and -fluorescence diagnostics for combustion and propulsion


Austin McDonald

Degrees: Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University, May 2016

Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University, May 2017

Research: Laser-absorption and IR-imaging diagnostics for combustion and propulsion


Morgan Ruesch

Degrees: Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Utah State, May 2016

Research: Laser diagnostics for characterizing energetic material (cocrystals) combustion

 


Ryan Tancin

Degrees: Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering, SUNY at Stony Brook University, May 2016

Research: Laser-absorption diagnostics for propellants and propulsion engines

 


Yuzhe Zhou

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Degrees: Bachelors of Engineering, The University of Edinburgh, May 2016

Research: Laser-absorption diagnostics for diesel engines