Minsu is a doctoral student researching electrical engineering with interest in brain-computer interfaces. He hopes to connect with diverse graduate students while serving in the council. He enjoys cooking.
Carlos is a 1st year M.S. student majoring in Aerospace Engineering. His research focus is on new ways to fabricate and analyze composite aero-structures. Being the GEC Senate Rep is a fulfilling way to make sure graduate students are represented at a large scale. In his free, he likes to read, paddle-board, and cook with his dog.
Agrim Bari | New Programs Director
Agrim is a second-year Ph.D. student in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. He is enrolled in the Decision, Information and Communication Engineering (DICE) Track. He works with Prof. Gustavo de Veciana on network modeling and analysis projects, pertaining to Edge computing. His research interests are wireless communications and applications of signal processing. Aside from academics, he enjoys biking, hiking and traveling with friends.
Vineeth Dharmapalan | Past Senate Representative
Vineeth is a Civil Engineer pursuing a PhD in Construction Engineering and Project Management. He will be starting his 4th Year this fall and will be representing the Senate for GEC. He hopes to increase graduate student involvement in GEC and also assist in developing academic and outreach projects for GEC. In his free time, Vineeth likes to go on hikes, cook, swim, watch an occasional movie, or just catch up on sleep.
Scott Snarr | Past Social Chair
Scott Snarr is a fourth-year Mechanical Engineering student in the Manufacturing and Design program. His research involves process and parameter development for the selective laser sintering of novel materials as well as the development of a multi-material powder bed fusion system. Scott is still involved with GEC. He wanted to meet more young engineers at UT while at the same time give back to the engineering community here on campus. Outside of school, in his free time, he likes to play basketball recreationally and eat lots of great food, especially some delicious Texas BBQ. Hook em’
Liam Connolly | Pickle Research Center Representative & Past Social Chair
Liam is a fourth-year PhD student in Mechanical Engineering and his research focuses on design of metrology tools for nanoscale manufacturing. Liam is serving as the messenger and representative for graduate students who work at the Pickle Research Center.