Research Engineer, Nondestructive Evaluation Sciences Branch (NESB-D313) at NASA’s Langley Research Center
Elizabeth Gregory joined the Nondestructive Evaluation Sciences Branch (NESB-D313) at NASA’s Langley Research Center in 2017. She was most recently a Research Engineer with the NIA working in the NESBsupporting the Advanced Composites Project in the area of in-situ NDE for automated fiber placement.
She will continue this work in her new position as well as participating in the new High-Performance Computing Incubator. She completed her Ph.D. in aerospace engineering at Iowa State University in May of 2016 where she worked at the Center for Nondestructive Evaluation on big data analysis for material state estimation. After earning her BS in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Kansas, she worked for two years at ATK Aerospace Structures in Clearfield, Utah on the Ares I Launch Vehicle composite structures design and material characterization. In 2009 she returned to graduate school at the University of Hawaii at Manoa where earned an MS in Mechanical Engineering while working at the Hawaii Space Flight Lab as the attitude determination and control subsystem designer and the payloads engineer.