Alan Van Dyke is a senior mechanical engineering undergraduate student at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Concurrently, Alan is working on his master's degree in mechanical engineering under the guidance of Professor Alexis Abramson with a research focus on thermal transport phenomenon. As part of his research, Alan is developing a novel technique to measure thermal conductivity of aeroclay in conjunction with the department of Macromolecular Science and Engineering at Case Western Reserve. In addition to his studies, Alan enjoys playing cello in the Case Camerata Chamber Orchestra. Alan is also a brother of the Alpha Delta chapter of the Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity, in which he has held several leadership positions including treasurer and house manager.
Below is Alan's resume. On the sidebar to the right, there is a PDF version of the resume. There is also a proposal Alan wrote detailing the research of a novel technique to measure the thermal conductivity of aeroclay.