Joined The Citadel Faculty: January 2017
Dr. Emily Bierman received her B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University, her M.B.A. from Clarke College, her M.S. in Mechanical Engineering in Engine Systems (MEES) from the University of Wisconsin, and her Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from North Carolina State University. She completed internships at Caterpillar, Ford and GM. She worked for John Deere for eight years in the Construction and Forestry Division as well as the Power Systems Division. She worked for Cummins in the High Horse Power group for two years. During research for her PhD, she studied exhaust gas emissions from diesel engines. She looked at the particulate matter and studied the size distribution and particle count from different diesel engines including an exhaust after treatment. Her research and interest areas include high-pressure combustion, internal combustion engines, and engineering education. She teaches online courses for the University of Wisconsin in the MEES program.
Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, North Carolina State University
Masters of Engineering in Engine Systems, University of Wisconsin
Masters in Business Administration, Clarke College
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Minor: Mathematics, Purdue University West Lafayette
High-pressure combustion, internal combustion engines, and engineering education.