Selim is interested in addressing current environmental issues using engineering practices, with a focus on renewable energy integration and greenhouse gas emissions modeling. Selim completed his undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Aerospace Engineering at Cornell University. During his undergraduate career, his research focused on evaluating wind and solar resource patterns and draught conditions, and characterizing emissions from biochar combustion cookstoves. He also worked as a manufacturing engineering intern at Turkish Airlines Technic. Outside of academics, Selim plays tennis and likes to travel to find new spots to bungee jump.
M.S. Sustainable Systems, University of Michigan, School of Environment and Sustainability, (expected 2019)
M.S.E. Mechanical Engineering, Univeristy of Michigan, College of Engineering, (expected 2019)
B.S. Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Cornell University, 2017