Joey Avallone

MAE Undergraduate
Summer Research Project
171 Broadmead, 200-K

Joey is a second-year undergraduate studying aerospace engineering, specifically interested in satellites and space-based humanitarian research. As part of a summer research project, he’s investigating carbon foil production methods with the Princeton Space Physics Group, working on the SWAPI instrument for the IMAP Project. Working with Dr. Lengying Khoo, Dr. Jamie Rankin, and Dr. Teji Sharma to explore new foil-fabrication methods at the Space Physics Lab and at Princeton’s Imaging and Analysis Center. On campus, Joey is an Outdoor Action-orientation leader and a member of the men’s track and field team, and in his free time, he enjoys road biking and rock climbing.

Summer Research Project 2023