Bryony DuPont, PhD

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My work is in engineering design, specifically design automation. We create advanced computational approaches to inform engineering design processes, leading to smarter, cheaper, and more efficient products and systems.

 

Our primary approaches are design optimization, applied machine learning, and machine intelligence. Our engineering applications center on green technologies, specifically renewable energy systems (wind energy and wave energy systems) and eco-design of consumer products.

WHAT IS SHE DOING?

Ali Trueworthy wins prestigious ORISE Fellowship from the US Department of Energy
September 2021

Ali is working in Sitka, Alaska on community-driven design of renewable energy systems. Her work is sponsored by Dr. Molly Grear at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Team DuPont wins DOE SBIR with Oscilla Power
Septemeber 2021

Hannah Mankle will be working with Oscilla Power in Seattle, WA on small-scale wave energy converter design and optimization, specifically for Blue Economy applications, like remote sensing

Bryony heads to Tufts University on Sabbatical
Summer 2021

Working between Mechanical Engineering and Civil Engineering, Bryony will introduce a new Wind Systems Design course and teach Capstone Design, as well as advising students in renewable energy systems