Zoe Barbeau is an undergraduate student in Mechanical Engineering. She has research experience in renewable energy, bioengineering, and fluid mechanics. In renewable energy, she interned at the Florida Solar Energy Center where she worked on photovoltaic and thermoelectric devices. Recently, she has worked on the processing of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells funded by UCF’s Burnett Research Scholar’s program. As part of University of Colorado Boulder’s National Science Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates in Soft Materials, she studied the relationship of mechanical loading and osteocytes. Zoe has also studied the effects of stellar rotation on stellar wind dynamics using numerical methods.
Dr. Bhimsen Shivamoggi, Full Professor
y goal is to obtain a PH.D. in mechanical engineering or applied mathematics and work for Department of Energy to develop renewable energy solutions.
Renewable Energy Materials, Ceramics, Biomaterials, Fluid Mechanics, Astrophysics
Barbeau, Zoe, "Zoe Barbeau" (2019). UCF Research and Mentoring Program Scholars. 111.