|David Angstadt, PhD. David Angstadt joined Lehigh as a Professor of Practice in Mechanical Engineering in January 2008 after four years as an Assistant Professor at Clemson University in South Carolina. Dr. Angstadt received his Ph.D. from Lehigh in 2004 and his professional background includes 11 years of industry experience in textile and chemical manufacturing. His current area of expertise is in polymer processing, specifically injection molding. He has taught courses in Statics, Dynamics, Kinematics, Strength of Materials and Manufacturing Processes at both Clemson and Lehigh.|
Yevgeny Berdichevsky Assistant Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Yevgeny Berdichevsky has a Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from UC San Diego, 2006; an
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|Lori Herz Ph.D., Professor of Practice in Chemical Engineering and Bioengineering. Professor Herz joined Lehigh in 2008. She received her Ph.D. in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering from Rutgers University and her B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Cornell University. Professor Herz worked in the pharmaceutical industry for eight years where she gained expertise in sterile drug product manufacture, technology transfer, and regulatory compliance, as well as process development. Past research interests include cell culture and metabolic engineering.|
Susan Fueshko Perry, PhD. Professor of Practice in Chemical Engineering and Bioengineering. Professor Perry received her PhD in Biological Chemistry in 1992, from Penn State University, M.S. Hershey College of Medicine and spent five years at the National Institutes of Health, in the Section of Cellular and Developmental Biology, NINDS, before coming to Lehigh in 1998. Her active areas of research include cell differentiation and directed cell migration for application with bioactive scaffolds and BioMEMs devices.
|Brian Slocum, Managing Director, Design Labs, manages the Wilbur Powerhouse Prototyping Lab as well as the Chandler-Ullmann Wood Shop. In addition Brian teaches courses in metalworking and prototyping and serves as an advisor to IPD teams. Returning to Lehigh (his alma mater) after completing the MFA Design program at North Carolina School of the Arts, Brian has worked both in the Theatre Department and in the Design Arts Program. In addition to his work at the university, Brian most recently, co-founded Isosceles Design Studio, LLC. ' a Design Firm specializing in custom furniture and architectural and interior design.|