Andrew Schulz graduate from Oklahoma State University in May 2018 with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and Mathematics. He is a first year doctoral student studying the mechanical properties of Elephant Trunks in the Hu Biolocomotion Lab. Andrew enjoys volunteering at the Zoo Atlanta as well as cooking and baking.
Internal Vice President
Yueyi (Diana) Sun
External Vice President
Chang Heyon (Sam) Lim
|Yueyi Sun graduate from Georgia Institute of Technology in May 2016 with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. She is a fourth year doctoral student in Dr. Alexander Alexeev’s complex fluids modeling and simulation group in GT. She has been a big fan of Formula 1 car race since 10 years old. She enjoys many types of workouts such as running, kickboxing. She is good at cooking, and recently making cheese cakes.||Chang Hyeon (Sam) Lim is a Ph.D student studying supercritical carbon dioxide power cycle under Dr. Ranjan. He earned his BS degree in mechanical engineering in May 2017 at Georgia Tech. Other than MEGA, he’s also actively involved with Atlanta Community Consulting. During his free time, he likes to work out, go hiking, and travel around different parts of Georgia.|
Vice President of Finance
Vice President of Recruitment
|Xiaoshu Liu came from Beijing, China. After receiving his M.S. in ME from GT-Stuttgart program in 2017, he joined Dr. Kok-Meng Lee’s lab and focuses on sensing and control of spherical motor. His top 3 favorite American dishes are hamburger, cheese burger, and double burger.||Connor Armstrong is a Ph.D. student in professor Jerry Qi’s group focusing on additive manufacturing of smart materials as well as bioinspired autonomously shape changing structures. It is his goal to make visitation weekends and fall orientation welcoming, informative, and fun as possible!|
Vice President of Communications
|I am a Fulbright grantee from Egypt, currently doing my MSc in mechanical engineering. My research area is thermal management of power electronics. I love people and appreciate beauty in the little things. Come and talk to me!||Jason Hirschey is a PhD student under Dr. Samuel Graham. His newest hobby is sewing! Ask him about it!|
Past board members:
Stephen Johnston is a doctoral student studying thermally driven convection in Georgia Tech’s Shock Tube and Advanced Mixing Lab. Stephen is an avid disc golfer and also enjoys playing a variety of table-top games.
Nitish Kumar received the B.Tech. degree in aerospace engineering from IIT Kanpur, India, in 2012, and the M.S. degree in mechanical engineering from Purdue University in 2015. He is currently working toward the Ph.D. degree in mechanical engineering at the Georgia Tech. His current research focuses on electron and thermal transport in carbon nanotube network thin-film transistors and Ga2O3 devices.
Brian Fuchs is a third-year Doctoral student working on Nonlinear Ultrasonic Inspection in nuclear reactor components under Dr. Larry Jacob. He graduated from Iowa State University with a B.S. in Materials Engineering in 2015. In his free time, Brian enjoys volunteering at the Georgia Aquarium and fishing.