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Harman Khare, Ph.D.
I am currently an Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Gonzaga University. At Gonzaga, I teach courses in materials and manufacturing and supervise student-led research in experimental tribology. Before Gonzaga, I was Postdoctoral Associate and later Manager of Research Projects in the Nanotribology Laboratory of Prof. Robert W. Carpick, in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, at the University of Pennsylvania. My graduate training was with Prof. David L. Burris at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Delaware. My dissertation research focused on friction and wear mechanisms in molybdenum disulfide, although my doctoral research included characterization of various solid lubricants such as diamond-like carbon coatings, alumina-PTFE nanocomposites and aluminum-matrix nanocomposites.
Kimbrell Larouche, BS Mech Eng ‘19 Design of high force reciprocating tribometer
William Smith, BS Eng Management ‘20 Tribometer user interface design and nanocomposites fabrication
Braden Cote, BS Mech Eng ‘20 Design for ultra-low humidity and low vacuum tribometry
Brenden Miller, BS Mech Eng ‘22 Tribometer fabrication and nanocomposites design