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On this page: Don Peters, Lab Head | Megan Carroll | Dan Duffany | Chris Lumping | Lidia Williams | Support staff

Don Peters, Lab Head
Senior Engineer

Applied Ocean Physics & Engineering Department

Design of mooring equipment and components: surface buoys, electromechanical terminations, and seafloor instrument packages; development of lightweight mooring systems and components; design of oceanographic instrumentation and instrument delivery systems, including ROV systems and subsystems; applied knowledge of a wide range of materials for long life and corrosion control.
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Megan Carroll
Engineer II

Engineer II, Applied Ocean Physics & Engineering Department

Mechanical systems design, assembly, and testing for oceanographic applications.
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Dan Duffany
Engineer II

        Instrument design and fabrication
        Gain operational experience - at sea
        Work within a group producing 'cutting edge' designs.
        Design and work with ROVs and AUVs

       Design and work with mooring systems
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Chris Lumping
Engineer II

·   Mechanical design of buoy, underwater mooring system, and ROV components 

·   Development of parametric models using CAD programs for the quantitative customization of ankle-foot orthoses 

Biomedical engineering involving the design and development of artificial limbs/organs and medical devices
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Lidia Williams

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Support staff
Eric Schmitt
Stephen Schmitt
Fred Denton
Cheryl Nedd


Last updated: November 24, 2008
 


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