Daniel Olvera Trejo, Ph.D.

Daniel Olvera Trejo, Ph.D.

Research Areas:

  • Nano/Micro fabrication by electro-hydrodynamic process
  • Machining dynamics

Daniel is a full-time research professor in Tecnologico de Monterrey, NL. México, Department of Mechanics Engineering since 2016. His research interests focus mainly on the implementation of optimization algorithms for vibration avoidance in the machining process and micro/nano encapsulation via electrospray. Daniel is a member of the National Program of Researchers with Level 1. He has published more than 15 papers in JCR journals.  

Daniel received the Mechatronics Engineer degree from the Universidad Politecnica de Pachuca, Hgo, Mexico and the Ph.D. Engineering Sciences degree from Tecnologico de Monterrey, Monterrey NL, Mexico in 2012.

He had collaborated on R&D projects with the University of the Basque Country, related to the aerospace components machining, tooling design, and machine-tools vibration characterization. Daniel joined Velasquez-Garcia’s group as a Postdoctoral Associate in 2015 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His current research is focused on fabrication of 3d printed electrospray sources for generation of micro and nanoparticles.

Email: daniel.olvera.trejo@itesm.mx



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