Al Cerrone

My speciality and passion is lifing. As a lifing technologist, I answer the types of questions patients might have of their doctors, but only my patients are inanimate objects oftentimes with idiopathic pathologies. My interests are computational mechanics, biomechanics, fracture mechanics and fatigue, and crystal plasticity.

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Neila Gross

Neila is a Chemical Engineering major at Notre Dame. She is a fellow Petaluman, fellow identical twin, burgeoning solid mechanic, and a wizard in the lab. Some of her lab skills include spectroscopy, colony counting, eSEM, and shear rheometry.