Edward Le, Ph.D.
Researcher at University of Washington
Highly skilled and solutions-oriented engineering professional with over six years of combined experience in polymer composites, materials development, materials processing and manufacturing, materials characterization and computational solid mechanics of composites.
Highly experienced in identifying materials, their properties, failures criteria, and fabrication methods for product development and manufacturing. Skilled in proposing, developing, and manufacturing cellulose nanocrystals (CNC)-based polymer composites, bio-polymer composites, carbon strand fiber expoxy composites, multi-functional materials, green and renewable materials, nature fiber polymer composites and advance materials.
Perform well individually or in a team settings to communicate complex information and to develop an understanding of both the problem and action plans for solutions.
Published over 15 publications in materials, composites, polymer composites and composites mechanics as well as presented at over ten nationwide and international conferences.