|August 2016 - Present||Assistant Professor, Explosives Engineering, Missouri University of Science and Technology ‐ Mining and Nuclear Engineering|
|August 2016 - Present||Research Investigator, Missouri University of Science and Technology ‐ Rock Mechanics and Explosives Research Center|
|August 2010 - August 2016||Assistant Professor, University of Kentucky|
|2010||Ph.D. in Mining Engineering, University of Kentucky|
|2007||B.S. in Civil Engineering, University of Missouri - Columbia|
Missouri University of Science and Technology
B-55 McNutt Hall
Rolla, MO 65409
Research Works (14)
Understanding the Connection between Blasting and Highwall Stability
International Journal of Mining Science and Technology (2019)
Surface mines continue to implement highwalls for several reasons, such as increasing recovery, improving margins, and justifying higher stripping ratios. ...
Evaluation of Blasting-Induced Ground Vibrations on Highwall Stability
Proceedings of the SME Annual Conference and Expo 2017: Creating Value in a Cyclical Environment (2017, Denver, CO) (2017)
Highwall miners continue to be implemented by operations to increase recovery, improve margins, and justify higher stripping ratios as high ...
Surface Chemistry Modification of Rock Dust for Improved Dispersion and ...
Proceedings of the 2015 SME Annual Conference and Expo and CMA 117th National Western Mining Conference - Mining: Navigating the Global Waters (2015)
Rock dust is applied in underground coal mines to prevent the propagation of coal dust explosions. The application is conducted ...
Modeling and Testing of Laminated Curtain Wall Systems under Blast ...
Proceedings of the 2013 Structures Congress 2013: Bridging Your Passion with Your Profession (2013)
This paper focuses on the analytical modeling performed in conjunction with high explosive shock tube testing performed at the University ...