Janesler Gonzalez (Mechanical Engineering)

Janesler Gonzalez (Mechanical Engineering)

About DOE Fellow

Janesler Gonzalez is an undergraduate student pursuing a Bachelor of Science (B.S) degree in mechanical engineering at Florida International University (FIU). Mr. Gonzalez’s engineering interests fall under the field of robotics and design optimization. Having joined the DOE/FIU Science and Technology Workforce Development Program in October of 2014, Janesler is now being mentored by Mr. Joseph Sinicrope.

DOE Related Projects

As a DOE Fellow, Janesler is currently working on the development of advanced fogging technologies for use in contaminated buildings at the Savannah River Site. Working in conjunction with Savannah River National Laboratories (SRNL) and Idaho National Laboratories (INL), Janesler is researching ways to test the efficiency of fogging technologies that will disseminate fixative agents for eliminating airborne contamination and shielding from existing radiation within the walls. Testing for other properties of the fixative will also be conducted at the Applied Research Center (ARC) at FIU using state-of-the-art equipment.


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