TITLE : Graduate Student


Design Methods, Team Dynamics, and Agent-based Algorithms

Chris McComb, Ph.D. Student

Chris is a first year PhD student, co-advised by Dr. Jonathan Cagan and Dr. Kenneth Kotovsky, Professor of Psychology at Carnegie Mellon University. He received bachelor's degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Civil Engineering from California State university, Fresno in May 2012.

Chris's research interests include mechanical design methodology, team dynamics, and computational analysis of renewable energy technologies. His current research focuses on applying agent-based design methodology to dynamic and adversarial environments.

Chris is the recipient of the 2012-2013 Tau Beta Pi King Fellowship, and serves as an advisor to the Carnegie Mellon chapter of Tau Beta Pi. He is also a member of Pi Tau Sigma.


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