Corrado Harper

Corrado Harper is a Ph.D. student in the Materials Science and Engineering Department at North Carolina State University with a specialization in solid state ceramics. Corrado utilizes this class of materials to tackle both energy and agricultural crises. He processes control of solid-state materials with the aid of his training in XRD. Corrado is certified in the Data-Enabled Science and Engineering of Atomic Structures through SEAS program funded by the National Science Foundation and the Colleges of Engineering and Sciences of North Carolina State University. He is both a Louis Stokes scholar (LSamp) and Bridge to Doctorate Fellow. He received his Bachelor’s in physics with a math minor from the University of Alabama Huntsville. Corrado will be working with Chris Muhich on Theme 1.

Corrado Harper