Jeanette Cobian-Iñiguez is a postdoctoral scholar working on smoldering fire behavior of simulated wildland fuels. She completed her PhD at the University of California, Riverside where she did dissertation work on chaparral fire behavior. Jeanette’s research interests are in the use of experiments to gain fundamental understanding of wildfire behavior, remote sensing data to derive data driven models of regional wildfire behavior as well as in science communications and outreach. She will be starting a faculty position at the University of California, Merced, Department of Mechanical Engineering in July 2020.
Charles is a postdoctoral researcher focusing on modeling brazing automation and wildland fire using both reacting flow simulations and experimentation.
Maria is a postdoctoral researcher focusing on the study of fire resistant fabrics burning under different environmental conditions.