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Nathan Taylor

Nathan Taylor

Fulbright Study/Research Grant to South Korea, 2013-14
Drexel Fellowships Ambassador, 2015

PhD candidate, Mechanical Engineering

Nathan proposes to use electrical plasma discharge to treat water contaminated with pollution from fuel extraction in conjunction with Kwangwoon University. He hopes to expand his expertise on water treatment techniques by utilizing Kwangwoon’s plasma science knowledge.

Originally from Carlisle, PA, Nathan completed his undergraduate degree at Drexel and has been active in the American Society of Mechanical Engineering, working as a judge during ASME’s Human Powered Vehicle Challenge and contributing to professional development opportunities for students. Nathan is a research assistant at the A. J. Drexel Plasma Institute (advisors: Drs. Young Cho and Alexander Fridman).

Last updated, 2013

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Read Nathan's update from his Fulbright in South Korea on our Student Voices page.