Before heading off to complete his final two years in the 3-2 Dual Engineering Degree Program, Jonathan Kadowaki was able to use one of the newest tools in the Physics Department — a three-dimensional printer — as part of a collaborative research project with Professor Dennis Kuhl.
“I am an Applied Physics major and I am also participating in the 3-2 Engineering Program,” Kadowaki says. “I will be going to Case Western Reserve University this fall to study Mechanical Engineering. I used the 3-D printer to develop a model of an effusive gas doser before we actually build it. This was part of my capstone project.”