Paul received his B.S. in Physics from the University of Delaware, and has worked as a Materials Scientist for the Weapons and Materials Research Directorate for the Army Research Laboratory at the Aberdeen Proving Grounds. His research primarily focuses on magnetodielectric materials for RF and microwave applications. Currently, he is pursuing his Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering, where his work is applied to the miniaturization of electronic devices, such as antenna substrates, and the utilization of multifunctional materials in additive manufacturing to produce novel devices. These efforts are co-advised by Prof. Mark Mirotznik of the University of Delaware’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in the Electromagnetic Materials Laboratory.
DeLUX Engineering is a new start-up that specializes in the additive manufacturing of multifunctional materials and devices. We utilize the state of the art machinery and techniques to fabricate structures that cannot be created any other way. Our office is located in Newark, DE. We closely collaborate with the University of Delaware. In order to ensure the best prototyped products, we utilize a three step system: design/modeling, fabrication, and evaluation (see below). This ensures that our fabricated parts to perform as predicted. Testing and evaluation further verifies anticipated results.
Utilize custom and commercial code to develop effective and accurate models and designs of complex architectures.
Design and Modeling
Utilize state of the art additive manufacturing techniques to fabricate structures that cannot be created any other way.
Utilize various metrology techniques to validate our models and printing processes to ensure that the fabricated parts perform as designed.
3 Step Process
Mark Mirotznik is a professor in the Electrical Engineering department at the University of Delaware. Prof. Mark Mirotznik's research is focused on the development of new theoretical, computational, and experimental techniques applied to a diverse array of applications in electromagnetics and optics. Much of his work revolves around new "engineered" materials by integrating subwavelength electromagnetic features into currently available materials (e.g. fiberglass based composites) that already posses attractive structural and/or thermal properties.
Dr. Mark Mirotznik - Vice President of Technology Development
Zachary Larimore received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Missouri University of Science and Technology in 2011. From there he went on to work at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory where he co-founded, and managed, the Micro Compositronics and Rapid Operations Laboratory (ARL MiCRO Lab). He left ARL in 2013 for the University of Delaware where he is currently working to complete his PhD in Electrical Engineering. His main areas of expertise are multi-material additive manufacturing, materials development for additive manufacturing, and printed RF structures.