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The Team

  • From left to right: Maudh Al-Nadabi, Hunter Shively, Mattie Belford, Jake Bryant, Dr. Jianguo Zhao

Faculty Advisor

Dr. Jianguo zhao, Ph.D.

Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering

Site director – NSF I/UCRC for Center Next Generation Photovoltaics

Education: B. Tech. 1980, Indian Institute of Technology – Mechanical Engineering

M.E. 1982, Arizona State University – Mechanical Engineering

Ph.D. 1985, Arizona State University – Mechanical Engineering

Research Interest: Making PV electricity a major source of energy worldwide by optimizing CdTe based material processing that can be developed to be scalable and commercialized at affordable cost.

Current Undergraduate students

Hunter Shively

5th Year Undergraduate Student

Education: Bachelor’s of Science in Mechanical Engineering – Colorado State University

Background: I am 23 years old and currently in my final year of school at CSU. I have lived my whole life in Colorado and grew up in Evergreen. I became interested in mechanical engineering when I was a sophomore in high school and noticed someone riding a cruiser bike with a mounted engine attached. I thought this idea of a motorized bicycle was genius, and so I began writing down my own ideas that have never been created. I eventually would like to start my very own engineering firm and build unique inventions that have an everlasting impact on the world. 

Jake Bryant

5th Year Undergraduate Student

Education: Bachelor’s of Science in Mechanical Engineering – Colorado State University

Background: Mechanical Engineering – Colorado State University

Mattie Belford

5th Year Undergraduate Student

Education: Bachelor’s of Science in Mechanical Engineering – Colorado State University

Background: Mechanical Engineering – Colorado State University

Muadh Al-Nadabi

5th Year Undergraduate Student

Education: Bachelor’s of Science in Mechanical Engineering – Colorado State University

Background: Mechanical Engineering – Colorado State University

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