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If a Research Mentor has a lab overview video, it is included in their entry in the Directory. You can also view all the mentor videos on YouTube: CSULB Research Mentor Videos, USC Research Mentor Videos. It is recommended that students initiate contact with a mentor to make sure you are a good match. Are you a student that wants to reach out to a mentor but you aren’t sure what to say?Download this template to help you get started.

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MENTORS

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Institution:
CSULB
Department:
Chemical Engineering
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Ongoing Projects: Structural Health Monitoring of biomaterials for biomedical applications.   Office: Engineering 2, Room 104
Institution:
CSULB
Department:
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Ongoing Projects: Office: Engineering/Computer Sciences Building, Room 631 Phone: 562.985.5120
Institution:
CSULB
Department:
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Ongoing Projects: Office: ECS-630 Phone: 562-985-2096
Institution:
CSULB
Department:
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Ongoing Projects: Robotic devices can serve as effective tools for people with disabilities and inpatients who are going through rehabilitation therapies.
Institution:
CSULB
Department:
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Ongoing Projects: Dr. Kalman runs the Solid Propulsion and Combustion Lab (SPACL).
Institution:
CSULB
Department:
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Ongoing Projects: Vibrotactile device for rehabilitation training of persons with lower-limb amputation Feedback device for rehabilitation of post-stroke survivors
Institution:
CSULB
Department:
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Ongoing Projects: Office: ECS-646
Institution:
CSULB
Department:
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Institution:
CSULB
Department:
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Ongoing Projects: As members of The Impact Group, students will engage in leading experimental (physical) dynamic impact research using the latest in low and high...