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Assistant Professor

Email: Michael.Cullinan@austin.utexas.edu

Phone: (512) 471-0262

Curriculum Vitae

Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering - MIT (2011)
M.S. Mechanical Engineering - MIT (2008)
B.S. Engineering - Swarthmore (2006)
B.A. Economics - Swarthmore (2006)

Dr. Cullinan is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering the University of Texas at Austin. Prior to joining the University of Texas, Dr. Cullinan was a National Research Council Postdoctoral Associate at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Gaithersburg, Maryland. Dr. Cullinan received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 2011. At MIT, Dr. Cullinan worked in the Laboratory for Manufacturing and Productivity (LMP) as part of the Precision Compliant Systems Laboratory (PCSL) directed by Professor Martin Culpepper. Dr. Cullinan also holds an MS (2008) in Mechanical Engineering from MIT as well as a BS in Engineering and a BA in Economics from Swarthmore College.

Graduate Students

My research explores the development of a MEMS tensile tester for material characterization of nanomaterials which exhibit scale dependent properties, such as photo-polymerization additive manufacturing processes.


M.S./Ph.D. Student

B.S. Mississippi State University

ladner.i.s@utexas.edu

Ph.D. Student

B.S INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY-NEW DELHI

I work in the design of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) utilizing controllable strained mono/multilayer graphene to create repeatable nanoelectromechanical (NEMS) resonators with ultra-precise load detection.


Ph.D. Student

B.S., M.S. YONSEI UNIVERSITY

joonyboy@utexas.edu

I work in the creation of atomic force microscope nanometrology systems developed to work in-line in silicon wafer based manufacturing processes.


Ph.D. Student

B.S., M.S. National Taiwan University

 

Ph.D. Student

Previous Employment: Intel Corporation

M.S. University of Texas at Austin

My research addresses the creation and modeling of a silicon exfoliation process for flexible thin-film monocrystalline silicon devices.


MS/Ph.D Student

B.S. Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Davis (2015)

mjward@utexas.edu

My research focuses on precision machine design and control development of atomic force microscope based, in-line nanometrology tools for flexible substrates and roll-to-roll processes.


M.S./Ph.D Student

B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Tufts University (2016)

Liam.Connolly@utexas.edu

My research centers on modeling and simulation of nanoscale sintering phenomena of metallic nanoparticles for use in novel micro selective laser sintering additive manufacturing applications.


M.S. Student

B.S. Mechanical Engineering, University of Texas at Austin (2016)

ogodibua@utexas.edu 

My research concentrates on the design, modelling and fabrication of a bidirectional chevron-beam based MEMS thermal actuator, with the goal of utilizing the device for a metamaterial with programmable properties.


M.S. Student 

B.S. Mechanical Engineering, University of Rochester (2016)

cz5344@utexas.edu 

I work on the processing of a tunable graphene microelectromechanical (MEMS) resonator with applications in single molecule gas detection for the healthcare field.


B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Arizona State University (2017)

dcayll@utexas.edu

https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-cayll

Researcher in micro-scale selective laser sintering tool design.

Alumni

M.S. University of Texas at Austin

B.S. Purdue University

Now M.S./PhD at MIT Precision Engineering Research Group

B.S. University of Texas at Austin

Research in Polysilicon Piezoresistors, NASCENT REU 2014. (UC Berkeley Mechanical Engineering).