Diego Huyke received his BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering, respectively, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2017) and Stanford University (2019). His research includes the development of devices to study physics at the micro-scale. His current projects are fast microfluidic mixers and red blood cell shear modulus measurements in a microfluidic device. He is a recipient of the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship (NSF GRFP) and a Stanford University Mechanical Engineering Fellowship.
Education & Certifications
MS, Stanford University, Mechanical Engineering (2019)
BS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Mechanical Engineering (2017)
Current Research and Scholarly Interests