Ryan Su, an undergraduate student in the Mork Family department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science has been awarded the 2013 USC Provost’s Undergraduate Summer Research Fellowship. Ryan is advised by Prof. Steven Nutt and Dr. Gaurav Nilakantan.
The USC Provost’s Undergraduate Summer Research Fellowship is awarded to fund research in any disciplines for a period of no less10 weeks during the summer.
Ryan Su is a third year undergraduate student majoring in chemical engineering with an emphasis in nanotechnology. He is an undergraduate research assistant in the M C Gill Composites Center. His research focuses on the process optimization of recycled carbon fiber prepreg scrap and defect reduction in complex geometries.
Ryan is originally from Yokosuka, Japan, and is currently an active member of the Alpha Phi Omega fraternity as well as a residential assistant for the 2013-2014 school year.