electrical engineering ‘24
Julian Marmo is a fourth-year student pursing a degree in electrical engineering. After a career as a fine dining cook, he made the decision to pursue another passion, science and engineering. After obtaining his associate degree in engineering from DCCC, Julian transferred to Drexel University in the winter of 2021. He quickly joined Dr. Gary Friedman in the Plasma and Magnetics Laboratory through the VIP program. A prototype designed and created by Julian led to him being introduced to Dr. Diego Colombara from the University of Genoa, Italy by Dr. Friedman. Julian has joined their collaborative project, REMAP, where his research focuses on designing a method to construct reconfigurable masks to be used in optical projection lithography. His academic interests include quantum computing and physics, solid state physics and material sciences.
Last updated: July 2023