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Christopher Amoroso

Research Assistant/CLT

Interests in Manufacturing including Waterjet and 3-D printing.

experience

Research Assistant  
New York City College of Technology, June 2014 to Present, Brooklyn, New York United States
(Clean Tech)
• Provided assistance in experimental and simulation work to professor • Presented at 2014 Gordon Research Conference on Granular and Granular Flow. • Set up apparatus or physical model using motors and gears • Created 3D geometrical creation, mathematical model, and stochastic simulation of professor’s work.

Teaching Assistant  
New York City College of Technology, June 2014 to Present, Brooklyn, New York United States
(Mechanical Engineering)
• Provided teaching assistance for ENGR 1000: Introduction to Engineering (class size: 20). • Provided instruction in 2-D and 3-D computer aided design using Solidworks. • Provided instruction with Omax Layout and Make software for OMAX 2652

education

New York City College of Technology  
Other, Associate in Applied Science, Jan, 2013 to Present


Fordham College at Lincoln Center  
Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy, Sep, 2001 to Dec, 2005


projects

Combustion Chamber  by  Masato R. Nakamura, Christopher Amoroso    
June, 2014 - Present
Research project for Solid waste management and Waste to Energy applying a sectional model of a combustion chamber.

Design Analysis of Reverse Acting Grate for Solid Waste Mixing in a Combustion Chamber  by  Masato Nakamura, Christopher Amoroso    

Poster Presentation for GRC Conference in Easton, Massachusetts Saturday, July 19, 2014 for Granular and Granular Flow.

Certifications

  • Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Certification
    Collaborative Institute Training Initiative (CITI) (4038812)
    April 2014  - April 2019

Awards

ASME Materials and Energy Recovery Division Scholarship (2014-2015)
Scholarship awarded to students focusing on Solid Waste Management related coursework.

City University of New York (CUNY) Research Scholars Program (2014-2015)
Scholarship for mentored research in a STEM discipline (Combustion Chamber)