Hannah D. Budinoff
B.S., University of Arizona, 2013; Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley 2019
Bio: Hannah Budinoff is an assistant professor at the University of Arizona. She interested in additive manufacturing, geometric manufacturability analysis, and design for manufacturing. She is also interested in engineering education and received a best paper award from the American Society of Engineering Education Engineering Design Graphics Division in 2019 for work focused on the interaction of gender, spatial skills, and effort in an engineering graphics course. She completed her PhD in mechanical engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, where she was awarded an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.
Jannatul Bushra is a Ph.D. student at the department of Systems and Industrial Engineering. Her research interests lie in applications of optimization and data science tools in design for additive manufacturing, and process monitoring and control. She received her B.Sc. in Industrial and Production Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Bangladesh. After that she worked as a lecturer in the department of Industrial Engineering at BGMEA University of Fashion and Technology, Bangladesh.
David Manford is a Ph.D. student at the department of Systems and Industrial Engineering. His research interests include design for sustainability, data science, energy systems and manufacturing. One of his notable projects involved the design of a smart elderly care device called the Memory Glass which is to aid Alzheimer's patients. He completed his MS in Mechanical Engineering from Arizona State University where he was also a Mastercard Foundation Scholar.
Raphaelle Guinanao is an undergraduate student in the Computer Science department. She is currently a NASA Space Grant Intern working with the MADE lab. She is interested in full-stack and software development. She also works as a coder and database administrator at Eller Tech Core.