Corie Cobb receives DARPA Young Faculty Award

Congratulations! BESTie Corie L. Cobb (PhD 2007/08) receives the 2019 Young Faculty Award from the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to advance research in energy storage through new design and additive manufacturing methods. Corie is a Washington Research Foundation Innovation Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering and Clean Energy at the University of Washington. She is also a member of the Clean Energy Institute and the Molecular Engineering & Sciences Institute.

Corie will receive nearly $500,000 over two years for her project, “Additive Manufacturing for High-Energy-and-Power Multi-functional 3D Batteries.”

The award was presented by DARPA  program manager Michael Fiddy.

Visit her lab website to learn more about her research group.

Corie Cobb’s dissertation was on “Case-based Reasoning for MEMS Design Synthesis”.